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Success Stories

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

Constable Jed Winter Named Kiwanis Top Cop 2019

The Kiwanis Club of Edmonton - Oil Capital has named EPS Constable Jed Winter as their Top Cop for 2019.

Community Safety and Well-being: A Different Kind of Policing

At a recent Edmonton City Council meeting to discuss various policing issues, Chief Dale McFee noted that nearly $23 million had already been diverted from the police budget to create a new Bureau designed to do a “different kind of policing.”

HUoS honoured with national Community Well-being Award

An innovative, collaborative effort to help some of Edmonton’s most vulnerable citizens get to the programs they need and away from the cycle of arrest-release-reoffend has been recognized with the 2020 Canadian Association of Chiefs of Police (CACP)/Motorola Solutions Community Safety and Well-being Award.

Lest we forget, thanks to EPS Officers and Cadets

The Edmonton Police Service honoured members of the armed forces ahead of Remembrance Day.

EPS Community Engagement part of the family

A little goes a long way.

Community Gratitude Award

In a show of appreciation and community support, representatives of Edmonton’s first line responders, business and the public were honoured at the Woodvale Community League centre during the first ever Community Facemask Gratitude Awards.

EPS Cadets building leaders from within

Cadets are learning the value of teamwork through team-building exercises and new community initiatives.

EPS officers make up half of ICA-accredited practitioners in Canada with latest certification

On September 10, Edmonton Police Service (EPS) Constable John Beatson was awarded the International CPTED Association (ICA) advanced practitioner certification. With this designation, the EPS now has three accredited Crime Prevention Through Environmental Design (CPTED) practitioners in the Collaborative Policing Unit.

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.
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