Calgary, AB,

Commission holds June regular meeting

The public and media are invited to participate in the June regular meeting of the Calgary Police Commission on Wednesday, June 28, 2023, from 3 p.m. to 6:30 p.m.

Regular meetings include a public portion where commissioners discuss a variety of topics with the Calgary Police Service leadership and hear from the public. There is also a private portion where commissioners and the Service discuss police conduct complaint investigations, personnel issues and any other sensitive matters that cannot be discussed in public.

The agenda for this month’s public meeting includes:

  • The Alberta Serious Incident Response Team (ASIRT) presenting on their role
  • Illumina Research Partners presenting the results of the 2023 Community Perception Research into the impact of police communication on public trust
  • Updates on the Service’s planning for both the World Petroleum Congress and Calgary Stampede
  • A presentation on how hate crimes are addressed by the Service
  • An update on crime trends in our city
  • An update on the Service’s anti-racism work

The link to watch or participate in the live meeting is:

A recording will be available within 24 hours of the meeting at:

Members of the public can register to participate in the meeting by either making a presentation or asking a question. Anyone wishing to provide input to the Commission also has the option of providing a written submission.

About the Commission

The Calgary Police Commission is a body of 13 community members and two city councillors appointed by City Council and the Government of Alberta to provide independent governance and oversight of Calgary’s police.

To protect the political neutrality of law enforcement, Calgary’s police chief reports to us instead of elected leaders. We provide direction to the Calgary Police Service through the police chief, police policies, monitoring of the police conduct complaint process, and approval of how the police budget is spent.