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Success Stories

Below is a list of stories and articles about the Edmonton Police Service and its members.

Happy Birthday, EPS!

21-Jun-2017
June 20 was our official 125th birthday! On that day in 1892, Edmonton Mayor Matthew McCauley issued Bylaw #15, which gave town council the ability to assemble its own police force.

EPS' 125 years of Service

05-Jun-2017
It’s safe to say that over the past 125 years, Edmonton has matured from a community of 700 with one lone Town Constable in 1892 to a population of over 1.3 million in the greater metro area today, with over 2,500 people working for the Edmonton Police Service.

Edmonton Police Cadets recognized for service

02-Jun-2017
On Wednesday, May 31st, over 200 family members and friends of Edmonton Police Cadets attended the 2017 Service Recognition Ceremony.

“I’ve never had a bike in my whole life!”

30-May-2017
As this 6 year old girl was waiting for her turn to unlock and lock up a bike as quickly as possible, she couldn’t help but stare at her new pink bike, which was leaning against a wall on the other side of Hall A. “I’m so excited! I want it now!”

Community Roll Call

29-May-2017
Downtown Division has started a new initiative, “Community Roll Call and Inspection.”

EPS Plants 125 Trees to Commemorate 125th Anniversary

18-May-2017
The Edmonton Police Service planted 125 trees on its 125th anniversary to recognize its roots in the community and to share a lasting legacy with future generations.

2017 Youth Recruit Academy another success

13-Apr-2017
On March 29, 40 high school students from Edmonton and area graduated from the EPS Youth Recruit Academy.

amiskwaciy Academy paints Downtown Division with kindness

05-Apr-2017
amiskwaciy Academy has had a long-standing relationship with Downtown Division. EPS members wanted to find a creative way to honour and recognize their friendship.

Edmonton and area police recover senior’s stolen property

20-Mar-2017
Edwin Radke lives in a care facility and still owns a home in Barrhead. Edwin got ill and was unable to check on his home for a short time, so he had no idea someone had broken into his home and stolen a large amount of property, including his deceased wife’s wedding ring and keepsakes.

Deputy Chief Recognized for Contributions to Indigenous Community

24-Feb-2017
Deputy Chief Tony Harder was presented with an Eagle feather and Pendleton blanket in recognition of his contributions to the Indigenous community at a special ceremony at Amiskwaciy Academy on February 21, 2017.
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