As part of Wood Buffalo RCMP’s commitment to safer communities, the detachment is looking for input from members of the community to help determine what the Annual Performance Plan (policing priorities) for 2015-2016 will be. The Annual Performance Plan is used by RCMP Detachments across the country to assist in meeting the goal of secure and safe communities and focuses on areas where attention is needed to improve public safety and reduce crime.
To assist in gathering information, the RCMP and Bylaw Services will be hosting Community Consultation Sessions throughout the Regional Municipality of Wood Buffalo. The public is invited and encouraged to attend a consultation session near you to voice concerns while in turn providing input into the policing priorities.
Dates and locations for the Community Consultation Sessions are as follows:
Conklin – February 19th at 2:00 PM at the Community Hall
Janvier – February 26th at 4:30 PM at the Janvier Municipal Office
Anzac – March 4th 2:30 PM at the Anzac Community Hall
Fort McMurray – March 10th at 7:00 PM at the Syncrude Athletic Park (Dominion Drive)
Fort Chipewyan – March 10th at 7:00 PM at the Municipal Office
Fort McKay – TBD
Let’s work together towards a safer community! ...
Lynn RhoddyGreat idea. Where can one go to find out information on your youth programs in Wood Buffalo? I remember seeing a program for youth a short while back but can't seem to find out anything more about the program.1 week ago
The Wood Buffalo Community Policing Unit will be attending the Anti-Graffiti Symposium on February 18th...will you??? ...
As part of the continued 2013 Wood Buffalo Detachment Centennial Celebration, a commemorative book has been commissioned and is available to the general public. This book is an excellent showcase of the vast history of policing in the Wood Buffalo region over the past 100 years, and is a tribute to the hard work and dedication of law enforcement and their partners.
The book can be obtained from the Fort McMurray Victim Services Unit, located at the Wood Buffalo Detachment in Timberlea, for a $40 (cash only) donation with the funds going to support local youth initiatives in our community.
There are a limited number of books available so purchases will be on a first come, first serve basis.
Get your own piece of Wood Buffalo history today! ...