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Leduc RCMP’s online survey available until Feb. 15

Leduc residents can give input on 2024-25 policing priorities
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Leduc RCMP seeking public input on policing priorities

The Leduc RCMP has launched a public consultation survey.

The survey, which will be available until Feb. 15, seeks input from residents of the Leduc RCMP detachment area on what their policing priorities should be for the next year.

The annual survey allows residents, as well as local elected officials, to have a say in priorities to ensure officers are focusing on issues that have been identified as important to those who live and work in the community.

“Involving the people we serve in identifying their concerns is absolutely crucial in their police having success in the community,” said Insp. Jeff McBeth, Leduc RCMP Officer in Charge, in a news release.

“The public’s opinion has value and merit in ensuring that we are focused in the right direction and this is their opportunity to do exactly that.”

Survey results will be shared with the public after results are reviewed and compiled.

As of Feb. 1, the survey is available online and in person at the detachment’s front desk.

An email can be sent to for an electronic copy of the survey; when completed they can be printed and submitted to a drop box or emailed back.

Answers will be kept anonymous.