The Camrose Police Commission consists of two city council members and five citizens from the community. They are responsible for overseeing the police service to ensure effective, efficient and accountable policing is provided to our citizens and visitors to Camrose. They work closely with the Chief of Police in planning strategies to deal with the ever changing face of policing. A safe community to live in is a priority for our police commission and they ensure that our police service is properly equipped and has adequate resources to maintain that priority. Our police commission fully supports police accreditation through the Commission on Accreditation for Law Enforcement Agencies (C.A.L.E.A.), which provides a means of making our police service extremely accountable to the community. To be accountable, those that have had contact with members of the Camrose Police Service must have an avenue to voice complaints or concerns, or to compliment the members or service. The Camrose Police Commission monitors the complaint process to ensure that citizen complaints are handled professionally and investigated fully.
The members of the Camrose Police Commission are proud of their police service and strive to maintain the utmost in professional police services to the citizens of Camrose. Please feel free to send any comments through the contact form on this website, or through the City of Camrose.
The Camrose Police Commission meets every third Tuesday, in the Community Boardroom at the Police Service. The regular meeting commences at 9:00 AM and is open to the public. Please click on the following link to view the City of Camrose calendar, which includes the Police Commission meeting dates and times.
The police commission invites you to view their meeting agendas and minutes by clicking on the links below.