Chestermere RCMP offer survey and virtual Town Hall to identify 2022-2023 Policing Priorities
The Chestermere RCMP is committed to preserving the peace, upholding the law, and providing quality service in partnership with the city it serves.
Each year, Chestermere RCMP establish policing priorities to ensure that, in addition to responding to calls for services, officers focus on the policing issues identified by the public as being the most important. These priorities are determined based on the feedback the RCMP receives from the municipality they serve.
To submit your feedback on 2022-2023 priorities for the Chestermere RCMP, please take the online survey here, before February 28.
Chestermere RCMP will also be hosting a Virtual Town Hall Meeting on Wednesday, February 23 from 7 - 9:30 p.m.
Community residents and business owners are welcome to attend so that they can share their feedback on policing priorities for Chestermere. Members of your Chestermere RCMP Detachment, including new Detachment Commander S/Sgt. Kathy Klassen, will be in attendance to listen to your thoughts and ideas.
Pre-register for the Virtual Town Hall Meeting here!
For more information visit chestermere.ca/RCMP or chestermere.ca/policefiles.