The Edmonton Police Service provides up to date information from news releases, success stories, and crime files that is accessible by Really Simple Syndication (RSS) on our website. There are also a number of social media websites where this information is published.
In addition to corporate social media accounts, the EPS has launched a social media program that includes front line officer Twitter accounts. Designed to offer a glimpse into the day of a police officer, these accounts allow citizens to directly interact with EPS members.
Please note that our social media accounts are NOT monitored 24-7 and we cannot accept crime reports or tips via social media. If you require assistance, please call 911 (in an emergency situation) or our complaint line at 780-423-4567 (or #377 from a mobile in Edmonton).
If you wish to file a concern about a member of the EPS or the Service, please contact the Professional Standards Branch.
As part of an ongoing initiative to engage the public via social media, the EPS has added its media relations team to its corporate Twitter account, @edmontonpolice. All media relations advisors will engage with the public during certain events and files. Each advisor will be represented by their unique initials:
- Patrycia Thenu (PT) – Media Relations Supervisor
- Noreen Remtulla (NR) – Media Relations Advisor Southeast Division
- Scott Pattison (SP) – Media Relations Advisor Southwest Division
- Cheryl Sheppard (CS) - Media Relations Advisor Northwest Division
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The EPS welcomes messages, comments and feedback on our social media pages, negative or positive.
Please note that all content posted on our pages or sent to us as a message is read and reviewed by our staff.
Please know that we cannot accept crime reports or tips via social media. Please call 780-423-4567 (or #377). If it's an emergency, please dial 911.
All posts, videos and images will remain on our accounts unless:
• They are perceived as spam;
• They reveal private/confidential information about citizens or organizations, including the EPS and its members/employees;
• They include any negative racial, ethnic, mental health, or sexual orientation references;
• They include any abusive, harassing, threatening, violent, vulgar, obscene, slanderous, defamatory or insulting language; and/or
• They link to inappropriate, offensive or obscene content or websites.
Visitors who violate these terms may have their posts removed and/or be banned from posting on our social media pages.
Opinions expressed by visitors to the EPS social media pages do not reflect the opinions of the Edmonton Police Service.