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Success Stories

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

EPS commits to action for city’s racialized and underserved communities

Today, Chief Dale McFee announced a commitment to action by the Edmonton Police Service to engage with the city’s Black, Indigenous, racialized, and underserved communities in improving policing, and reimagining community safety and well-being.

‘IDEAL TIME’: Investigative teamwork leads to prompt conclusion 

The Edmonton Police Service’s (EPS) Hate Crimes and Violent Extremism Unit (HCVEU) is celebrating a swift resolution to what could have been a lengthy investigation, thanks to the help of a School Resource Officer (SRO). 

EPS Air 1 Helicopter Helps Rescue Missing Father and Son

EPS Air 1 helicopter called in to help locate a father and son who went missing at Miquelon Lake on July 11.

EPS and Bike Index partnership sees success

In 2019, the Edmonton Police Service partnered with the online bicycle registry Bike Index in attempt to deter bike theft from the moment you purchase your bicycle. 

School's out, SROs are not

Schools may be out indefinitely, but the Edmonton Police Service’s (EPS) School Resource Officers (SROs) are hard at work ensuring youth continue to receive the support they need during the COVID-19 pandemic.

What's in a name? Turns out, quite a lot

Today, the Edmonton Police Service (EPS) welcomed the Mawji Family, along with Edmonton Oilers Captain Connor McDavid, and his girlfriend, Lauren Kyle, to announce 'Sammy' as the name of Canine Unit's newest recruit.

2020 Polar Plunge

In January, Lake Summerside would typically see neighbours on top of the ice, not willingly going into it. 

Suicide Prevention Signpost helps employees navigate challenging roads of life

The Edmonton Police Service has a progressive employee assistance program, but felt they needed to talk more openly and safely about mental health and the stigma of suicide.

Police and Community Engagement

Picking up the PACE

Visual card helps police and drivers communicate better

The Edmonton Police Service in partnership with Deaf and Hear Alberta have developed a new tool to help police officers and drivers with hearing loss communicate more effectively with one another.
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