Open House on policing in Blackfalds

The Town of Blackfalds is inviting people to participate in an open house to provide feedback on policing services and issues in the community. The open house will take place on Thursday starting at 7 p.m. in the Blackfalds Protective Services building.

The Town of Blackfalds is inviting people to participate in an open house to provide feedback on policing services and issues in the community.

The open house will take place on Thursday starting at 7 p.m. in the Blackfalds Protective Services building.

On hand will be local RCMP, Blackfalds Policing Committee members, representatives from the Town of Blackfalds and community safety groups that want to meet with the public and discuss policing topics.

Blackfalds Mayor Melodie Stol said community members have an excellent resource in the Blackfalds Protective Services building and staff, and the open house will provide people with an opportunity to share their thoughts on the policing services and other issues in the community.

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