Alberta Retail Crime Prevention SummitMarch 22, 2018The next Alberta Retail Crime Prevention Summit will take place March 22, 2018 from 9AM to 5PM at the Holiday Inn, 33 Petrolia DR, Gasoline Alley, Red Deer Alberta. More details to follow. This summit is designed for management level loss prevention and retail employees, along with invited law enforcement and community members.
ACCPA 2018 Conference: New Directions in Community SafetyMay 8-10, 2018Planning is underway for the next conference to be hosted by the Alberta Community Crime Prevention Association. The Conference will be held at the Holiday Inn Conference Centre Edmonton South. Save these dates! May 8 will be devoted to optional Pre-Conference Training Sessions. The full conference will be held May 9 & 10. Check the website frequently; more details will be posted as they become available.
Alberta Rural Crime Watch 2018 Symposium and Annual General MeetingFebruary 16 & 17, 2018, Lacombe AlbertaRegistration forms are out now for the Provincial Crime Symposium being held Feb 16 & 16 2018 in Lacombe at the Memorial Centre. Friday night is the meet and greet. Saturday is a packed day, starting in the morning with the Keynote Speaker and topic; Christiane Sadeler, Crime Prevention in the Rural Environment. The AGM will be held in the afternoon and Danny Hooper will be entertaining everyone with his antics, jokes and auction after supper. Check the provincial website for full details and to register. Early bird rates apply until December 31, 2017.Learn More
CRIME PREVENTION WEEKMay 15-21, 2018Crime Prevention Week raises awareness about what community members can do to help keep their neighbourhoods safe. ACCPA will be working with our partners across the province to promote safety across the region and educate Albertans on personal safety measures and community safety programs like Neighbourhood Watch and Citizens Crime Patrol and more!
CREATING COMMUNITY SAFETY STRATEGIES - TRAINING OPPORTUNITYWednesday February 14 to Friday February 16, 2018, Edmonton, Alberta, CanadaThis 3 day interactive training is intended to provide learners with information, skills and capacity in comprehensive community safety strategies and upstream crime prevention through social development. Accommodation and meals for participants will be covered by a Public Safety Canada grant. Registration closes December 20, 2017.LEARN MORE
Alberta Community Crime Prevention Association promotes the training, education and dissemination of crime prevention related information throughout the Province of Alberta.
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DR. PATRICIA PITSEL