N.E.T. is a partnership with: City of Edmonton Community Services, Edmonton Police Service, The Family Centre, and United Way of the Alberta Capital Region.
Strong communities and shared responsibility for crime prevention are at the foundation of the Neighbourhood Empowerment Team (N.E.T.) program. Teams work with residents, businesses and organizations, building sustainable solutions to crime and disorder. N.E.T. promotes and supports participation in crime prevention activities, building on strengths that exist in all communities.
A typical N.E.T. team is made up of a City of Edmonton Capacity Builder, an Edmonton Police Service Constable and a Youth Liaison from The Family Centre, offering a diverse mix of social, policing and youth services to the community.
Currently, N.E.T. teams are deployed in five Edmonton neighbourhoods: 118th Avenue, Inglewood, Queen Alexandra, Killarney and Forest Heights
View a list of N.E.T. contacts in your neighbourhood.
Killarney Manor Survey
To access the Killarney Manor Survey, please click here:
The purpose of this survey is to help capture and organize tenant voice in order to determine how we (as a community) can increase safety in the building. Your private contact information is for the use of the N.E.T. program only and will not be shared with anyone.
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N.E.T. Social Media
Did you know that N.E.T. actively uses social media? Learn more about the program, its events and activities on Twitter and the Transforming Edmonton blog!