Calgary Police Commission to host January regular meeting
The Calgary Police Commission will hold a public meeting on Wednesday, Jan. 26, 2022, at 3 p.m., via a Zoom webinar. Members of the public who wish to speak must register by noon and members of the media who wish to participate in the media availability must register before 2 p.m.
The Commission will receive the following presentations from the Calgary Police Service:
- The Service's victim-centered approach to sexual assault investigations
- An update on pandemic impacts
- The annual report on the Anti-Racism Action Committee
- An update on crime trends
To join the Zoom Webinar:
Or join by phone by dialing (for higher quality, dial a number based on your location):
778 907 2071 or 204 272 7920 or 438 809 7799 or 587 328 1099 or 647 374 4685 or 647 558 0588
Webinar ID: 886 4905 4185
A recording will be available within 24 hours of the meeting at:
The Calgary Police Commission is a body of 10 community members and two city councillors appointed by City Council to provide independent citizen governance and oversight of the Calgary Police Service on behalf of all Calgarians.
To protect the political neutrality of the police, Alberta’s Police Act requires that the police chief report directly to the Commission and that the Commission give direction to the Service through the chief, police policies, monitoring of the police conduct complaints process, and approval of how the police budget is spent.