Leduc RCMP hosting town hall meeting to discuss crime

Several top Mounties will be there to chat with public

Leduc RCMP would like to invite the public to attend an RCMP Town Hall on October 23rd at the Lede Room at the Leduc Civic Center.

The Central Alberta District Officer, Shahin Mehdizadeh, Leduc RCMP Detachment Commander, Inspector Dale Kendall, and a panel of other public safety representatives will provide an update on local issues and the policing initiatives underway to reduce crime in your area.


Date: Wednesday, October 23

Time: 7:00 p.m. until 10:00 p.m.

Location: Lede Room, Leduc Civic Center, 1 Alexandra Park, Leduc, Alberta

Please attend to learn more about what’s happening in your detachment area and discuss how the RCMP and Leduc citizens can work together to keep this community safe!

-Submitted by Leduc RCMP

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