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Kaycee Madu


July 19, 2021


Crime prevention

Starting this week, in the first of a series of town hall meetings scheduled across the province, I am meeting with Albertans to hear their concerns about crime in their communities.

We know crime remains a serious concern for people who live in rural Alberta. This is a chance for rural Albertans to let us know how current initiatives are working and to talk about how we can shape the future of policing in our province to build safer communities for everyone, no matter where they live.

The town hall sessions will also be an opportunity to discuss ongoing work to modernize the Police Act, as well as updating Albertans on the progress of the government’s study on the feasibility of establishing a provincial police service to replace the RCMP in Alberta.

The first set of public town halls will be held mainly in southern Alberta, followed by events in the northwest part of the province. More locations will be announced in the coming days and added to the itinerary.

Town hall schedule

Dates and locations are subject to change.

  • Tuesday, July 20: MD of Foothills
    6 pm to 8 pm, Millarville Racing and Agricultural Society, 306097 192 Street W
  • Wednesday, July 21: Claresholm
    6 pm to 8 pm, Town of Claresholm office, 111 55 Avenue W
  • Thursday, July 22: Cardston
    9 am to 11 am, Tanner Centennial Seniors Centre, 260 1 Street W
  • Thursday, July 22: Redcliff
    7 pm to 9 pm, Town of Redcliff office, 1 3 Street NE
  • Friday, July 23: Drumheller area
    4 pm to 6 pm, Munson Community Hall, 201 Main Street, Munson
  • Tuesday, July 27: High Level
    6:30 pm to 8:30 pm, Best Western Mirage, 9616 Highway 58
  • Thursday, July 29: Grande Prairie
    6:30 pm to 9 pm, Holiday Inn & Suites, Salon A & B, 9816 107 Street
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    Kaycee Madu

    Kaycee Madu served as Minister of Justice and Solicitor General from August 25, 2020 to January 2022.