Resolutions

Following is a listing of Resolutions broken down by year. If you have any questions or concerns, please Contact Us.

2010

WHEREAS we live in a society that now relies heavily on mobile communication, and; WHEREAS there should be no difference in the level of safety available pursuant to a 9-1-1 call...

Response:

The link below is to the CRTC letter in response, dated November 19, 2010.

2009

WHEREAS organized crime activities: Impact the quality of life in our nation, provinces, municipalities and rural areas Contribute significantly to the breakdown of families, youth...
WHEREAS seatbelts have been shown to be a very effective safety measure for drivers and passengers of vehicles; and WHEREAS failure to wear a seatbelt has resulted in unnecessary...
WHEREAS crime resulting from the use of illegal drugs has increased significantly in recent years; and WHEREAS criminal groups known as “gangs” have facilitated the distribution of...

2006

Be it resolved that the Alberta Association of Police Governance urges the Government of Alberta to permit the expansion of effective photo enforcement technologies.
Be it resolved that the Alberta Association of Police Governance urges the Government of Alberta to establish an institution to research and investigate crimes occurring through the...
Be it resolved that the Alberta Association of Police Governance supports greater integration of province-wide policing resources.

Response:

In 2006, the Government of Alberta established Alberta Law Enforcement Response Teams (ALERT). The ALERT structure was a first for Canada, operates...

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