REACH Edmonton Community Safety Campaign



REACH Edmonton Council for Safe Communities, in partnership with the Edmonton Police Service and the City of Edmonton, invites you to participate in the REACH EDMONTON COMMUNITY SAFETY CAMPAIGN coming to a neighbourhood near you this fall.


REACH is a community-based coordinating council that is working to make Edmonton a safer city. REACH works with organizations, agencies, community groups and individual Edmontonians; bringing them together to realize their innovative ideas for crime prevention.


The purposes of the community safety conversations in your ward are to help local communities by:

–          Sharing information about the Violence Reduction Action Plan;

–          Connecting citizens and community leaders from across the ward together to exchange stories, ideas and challenges;

–          Identifying resources that are working well and resources that are missing;

–          Identifying areas of collaboration between communities;

–          Begin facilitating the necessary training for community leaders to organize more effectively and increase the safety of their communities.

SCHEDULE – Community Safety Conversations –  6:30PM – 8:30PM




September 18 Evansdale Community Hall 9111 – 150 Avenue September 4


September 24 Southwood Community Hall 1880 – 37 Street  September 10


October 10 Belvedere Community Hall 13223 – 62 Street  September 26


October 18 Blue Quill Community Hall 11304 – 25 Avenue October 4


October 25 Westmount Community Hall 10970 – 127 Street October 11


October 30 Terwillegar Community Recreation Centre 2051 – Leger Road October 16


November 8

Jasper Park Community Hall

8751 – 153 Street

October 25


November  14 West Edmonton Village – Recreation Centre  2nd Floor 17311-69 Ave NW  October 31


November 20 Woodvale Comm. Facility (Mill Woods Golf Course Clubhouse) 4540 -50 Street  November 6


November 22 Sherbrooke Community Hall 13008- 122 Avenue November 8

Recent Increase in Break and Enters

From the Edmonton Police Service

Recent Increase in Break and Enters

There has been a recent increase in break and enters in the Glenwood, West Jasper Place, and Crestwood communities. Please report all suspicious activity/persons to police dispatch at 780-423-4567. Always call 911 in relation to emergency situations. Click on the “read more” link for additional crime prevention tips regarding break and enters.

Read more…

Edmonton Police Service – West Division, Town Hall Meeting

Throughout September, the EPS is hosting Town Hall meetings in each of the five divisions:

  • Downtown Division – Monday, September 14 at Santa Maria Goretti Centre, 11050 – 90 St.
  • West Division – Tuesday, September 15, Beulah Alliance Church, 17504 – 98A Ave.

  • Northeast Division – Monday, September 21, Holy Cross Ukrainian Catholic Church, 9003 – 153 Ave.
  • Southeast Division Wednesday, September 23, MacEwan South Campus, Room 101, 7319 – 29 Ave.
  • Southwest Division Tuesday, September 29, Taylor University College & Seminary, Stencil Hall, 11525 – 23 Ave.

The EPS is meeting with the public to discuss crime issues affecting certain areas, educate the public on ways to prevent crime, and listen to citizen concerns.

All meetings run from 7 – 8:30 p.m.

Edmonton Police Service – Community Newsletter

The Edmonton Police Service now has district newsletters, connecting you to news and crime alerts within your area, and keeping you well informed of the policing initiatives in your district.

To subscribe, visit the link below and click on “subscribe” at the bottom of the page.
EPS District A3 Newsletter

An increase in thefts from vehicles in the west-end

From the Edmonton Police Service

With the warm weather finally upon us, we have noticed an increase in theft from vehicles in the West Division area. People are now outdoors more often and into the night hours. We would like to remind everyone to keep vehicles locked. If possible, park your vehicles inside a garage or on the street in a well lit area. Also, take all valuables out of the vehicle. Some common valuables that are forgotten inside vehicles are spare change, sunglasses, cigarettes, duffel bags and cell phones. If you must store items inside your vehicle, keep them out of sight. Criminals are opportunistic. Don’t give them the opportunity!