PwC Canada completed a detailed report for the Government of Alberta to look at new ways to improve police services that could better address root causes of crime, increase accountability and put more frontline personnel in communities at equal or lower cost.
The Emergency Alberta Security Infrastructure Program (E-ASIP) grant provides emergency, one-time funding for facility-related security needs due to a specific, immediate risk to the facility or the people who use the facility.
Promoting safe communities by:
- providing custodial and community supervision
- prosecuting serious and violent crime cases
Improving access to justice by:
- sharing information to help resolve legal issues
- providing legal representation for those in need
Providing legal and strategic services to government by:
- representing ministries in matters before the courts and tribunals
- drafting public government bills, regulations and Orders in Council
Budget 2022 is moving Alberta forward by building health system capacity, getting more Albertans working, and balancing the budget.
Report a poacher
Play a role in protecting our fish and wildlife resources and natural surroundings by reporting suspicious or illegal activity.
Alberta Provincial Police Service study
We are studying whether a made-in-Alberta provincial police service can improve public safety and build safer communities for everyone in Alberta, no matter where they live.
People at risk of domestic violence have the right to get information about potentially harmful intimate partners. Read about Clare's Law in Alberta.
- Sep 28, 2022
Alberta’s government has created two additional Court of King’s Bench judicial positions to help speed up access to justice.
- Sep 26, 2022
Alberta’s government will not help the federal government confiscate about 30,000 legally acquired firearms from Albertans.
- Sep 26, 2022
Alberta will seek to intervene in six ongoing judicial review applications challenging the constitutionality of the federal firearm prohibitions legislation.