C2A Implementation Plan

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In September 2020, the Edmonton Police Service (EPS) launched the Commitment to Action and engaged with a diverse cross-section of Edmontonians to reimagine community safety and well-being. The collective response gathered from communities, businesses, and social agencies was synthesized, compiled, and reported on by a third-party consultant in the Community Feedback Report released in November 2021.

Since then, our focus has shifted from the gathering of information to the implementation of solutions-focused actions to address community priorities and strengthen public trust. The Commitment to Action Implementation Plan outlines new and ongoing actions to support six priorities identified in the Community Feedback Report:

  • Relationship Building to foster and maintain productive relationships

  • Partnership Development to bring together diverse skills, community wisdom and resources to improve service delivery

  • Training and Development that includes empathy, critical thinking, cultural understanding, and trauma informed practices

  • Communication and Transparency to share information and ensure accountability

  • Innovation to develop creative solutions, innovative tools and approaches to community well-being

  • Community Engagement to inform the changes Edmontonian want to see in policing

View the report by clicking the image below

In September 2020, the Edmonton Police Service (EPS) launched the Commitment to Action and engaged with a diverse cross-section of Edmontonians to reimagine community safety and well-being. The collective response gathered from communities, businesses, and social agencies was synthesized, compiled, and reported on by a third-party consultant in the Community Feedback Report released in November 2021.

Since then, our focus has shifted from the gathering of information to the implementation of solutions-focused actions to address community priorities and strengthen public trust. The Commitment to Action Implementation Plan outlines new and ongoing actions to support six priorities identified in the Community Feedback Report:

  • Relationship Building to foster and maintain productive relationships

  • Partnership Development to bring together diverse skills, community wisdom and resources to improve service delivery

  • Training and Development that includes empathy, critical thinking, cultural understanding, and trauma informed practices

  • Communication and Transparency to share information and ensure accountability

  • Innovation to develop creative solutions, innovative tools and approaches to community well-being

  • Community Engagement to inform the changes Edmontonian want to see in policing

View the report by clicking the image below

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Pauline Shanklin about 23 hours ago

Your "Important Links" link leads to spam.

Nomen Nescio 8 months ago

Looking for the right place to commend the EPS force. Hope this is the right place to offer MANY THANKS for putting your lives on the line to defend against crimes in all their malicious and devious covers. Kudos to arresting 3 men stealing F150s. 5 years ago 3 men were rolling back odometers and sending trucks to USA and they were searching vehicle records for the last known low odometer reading - could not report it then. Just a back door use of electronic garage repair records. Anyway, just want the EPS officers, EPS supervisors and Commanders know that your services and efforts are noticed for the GREAT WORK THEY DO daily. Despite negative criticisms with your use of service pistols in line of service, I would hate to be put in situation forced to decide should I OR not? Perhaps use shot to NOT KILL but maim to some body part to disable, AND OFFICER TO TAKE COVER SOMEHOW. Anyway, thanks for your services from a 61 year old long-time female resident. Be safe for yourselves in the line of duty defending others DOES HAVE LIMITS you should not be asked to cross FOR US. Is a comment of respect for things really unknown to m, so THANKS X 1000 for doing those things for ME and OTHERS LIKE ME, just wanting safety and secure streets. For myself and those that do not reach you with admiration that do not have a way to express these admonitions. Have been mistaken for a criminal before and now cleared my record and name but it cost me over $2,500. Please do not be disheartened and think everyone you meet is a criminal.

Innocent 8 months ago

Thank you for sharing and updating.

Clint 9 months ago
Page last updated: 16 Mar 2022, 11:11 PM