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Success Stories

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

Celebrating the 2018 Top Cop

On Friday, April 5th, 2019, the Kiwanis Club of Edmonton - Oil Capital honoured Staff Sergeant Duane Hunter with the title of “Top Cop” and presented him with the award at police headquarters.

New EPS Chief of Police Dale McFee

Dale McFee was officially sworn in as Edmonton’s 23rd Chief of Police at a prestigious ceremony at City Hall on February 1, 2019.

This is Who We Are - Ceremonial Units

The Edmonton Police Ceremonial Units take pride in showcasing our commitment to preserving the past to honor the future.

Police Service in Newly Annexed Areas

EPS is now responsible for policing the newly annexed areas south of the city previously under the jurisdiction of the RCMP.

Edmonton Police Commission announces new Chief of Police

On Wednesday, November 7, 2018, the Edmonton Police Commission announced the Edmonton Police Service's 23rd Chief of Police, Dale McFee.

This Is Who We Are - Hate Crimes Unit

In the next installment of This Is Who We Are, the Hate Crimes and Violent Extremism Unit is mandated to conduct investigations on persons or groups involved in extremist ideologies and/or hatred that leads to criminality.

Canine Unit fetches national Top Dog award

The Edmonton Police Service’s Canine Unit was in Vancouver last week for the 2018 Canadian Police Canine Association (CPCA) Trials.

Sgt. Mark Bloxham Returns from International Policing Mission

Every year on August 9th, we honour and remember all Canadian peacekeepers on National Peacekeepers’ Day.

This is Who We Are - STAT

Specialized Traffic Apprehension Team (STAT) began in 2012 as part of the Edmonton Police Service’s Violence Reduction Strategy.

EPS Indigenous Community Engagement Strategy

As we celebrate the Indigenous communities in our city for National Indigenous Peoples Day, we also officially release the Indigenous Community Engagement Strategy (2018) to our Service and the public.
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