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Police Committee looking for priorities

    The Drumheller Police Committee has a goal of making policing in Drumheller reflective of the community’s needs, and is going to the public to learn more.
    The committee has been active and wants to learn from those whom the police serve, what they believe should be priorities.
    “It is keeping with our mandate of looking for input,” said committee chair Fred Makowecki.
    Because the Drumheller RCMP Detachment also provides service to rural areas, they are holding their next regular meeting in Delia, as well as an open house on November 10.
    On November 24, they will be holding an open house at 7 p.m. at the Civic Centre in the AV Room to look at priorities and solicit input.
    Makowecki said the committee was successful in getting out to meet with the community at the annual partnership fair last June. They received about 50 completed surveys on what residents felt were priorities in the community.
    To continue to build this mine of information, they have decided to post a short survey on the Town of Drumheller website for residents of the town and area to simply fill out to help determine the next year of policing priorities.
    To find the survey, simply go to www.dinosaurvalley.com. The policing survey is under the 'Town Services' tab.


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