2021 Community Safety & Policing Priorities

Ren Goode keeping it real with Community Peace Officers on Main Street.

Do you live in the City of Wetaskiwin, County of Wetaskiwin, Millet, or Camrose County?

We would like to know what your community safety concerns and policing priorities are for 2021. Thank you to everyone who completed the survey!

Check out the survey results for the City of Wetaskiwin below



Wetaskiwin RCMP Inspector Keith Durance will host a series of Virtual Town Halls for each municipality as follows:

  • Camrose County on March 3, 2021 @ 7 PM - COMPLETED
  • City of Wetaskiwin on March 4, 2021 @ 7 PM - COMPLETED
  • County of Wetaskiwin on March 9, 2021 @ 7 PM - COMPLETED
  • Millet on March 11, 2021 @ 7 PM - COMPLETED

The town halls will focus on community safety & policing priorities for each municipality. In order to comply with gathering restrictions due to COVID-19—and to engage as many citizens as possible—the town halls will be held virtually.

There are several ways you can participate:

1. Complete the survey below before the virtual town hall to have your responses included in the presentation data. *The survey is now closed.

2. Ask a question below. *Please ensure you mention what municipality you are referring to.

3. Drop a pin on the map provided below where you feel there are areas of policing or safety concerns in Wetaskiwin.

Join one of the virtual town halls to tune in to the presentation from Inspector Durance and leave a comment or question!

Do you live in the City of Wetaskiwin, County of Wetaskiwin, Millet, or Camrose County?

We would like to know what your community safety concerns and policing priorities are for 2021. Thank you to everyone who completed the survey!

Check out the survey results for the City of Wetaskiwin below



Wetaskiwin RCMP Inspector Keith Durance will host a series of Virtual Town Halls for each municipality as follows:

  • Camrose County on March 3, 2021 @ 7 PM - COMPLETED
  • City of Wetaskiwin on March 4, 2021 @ 7 PM - COMPLETED
  • County of Wetaskiwin on March 9, 2021 @ 7 PM - COMPLETED
  • Millet on March 11, 2021 @ 7 PM - COMPLETED

The town halls will focus on community safety & policing priorities for each municipality. In order to comply with gathering restrictions due to COVID-19—and to engage as many citizens as possible—the town halls will be held virtually.

There are several ways you can participate:

1. Complete the survey below before the virtual town hall to have your responses included in the presentation data. *The survey is now closed.

2. Ask a question below. *Please ensure you mention what municipality you are referring to.

3. Drop a pin on the map provided below where you feel there are areas of policing or safety concerns in Wetaskiwin.

Join one of the virtual town halls to tune in to the presentation from Inspector Durance and leave a comment or question!

  • Survey Results

    by Tammy Kulpa,

    The results of the 2021 Community Safety & Policing Priorities survey have been synthesized.

    Here's what we heard you say!

    We received a total of 193 responses, broken down as follows:

    • 100 from the City of Wetaskiwin (residents and business owners)
    • 59 from the County of Wetaskiwin
    • 32 from the town of Millet
    • 2 from Camrose County

    Check out the synthesized results from the City of Wetaskiwin residents and business owners HERE.

    *only results for the City of Wetaskiwin are available as we do not have permission to share results from other communities.

Page last updated: 20 April 2021, 20:49