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Lloydminster RCMP survey open until March 22

Lloydminster RCMP is asking the community to suggest where they think police resources should be prioritized this year.

Inspector Lee Brachmann is inviting residents to complete the Let’s Talk Policing survey. The detachment will use the survey findings to assist in its strategies for the next 10 months.

Brachmann wants the community to have its say.

“The Lloydminster RCMP is committed to continuing its efforts to provide residents of Lloydminster with the high quality, modern police service that they expect and deserve. It’s critical for the Lloydminster RCMP to hear the voices of the community we serve through the Let’s Talk Policing virtual survey. Policing priorities belong to the community, and it’s essential that the community has a voice.”

The local officers in a promotional video say they listened last year and noted the following reductions:

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  • 13% reduction in stolen property
  • 10% reduction in break and enters
  • 8% reduction in vehicle thefts
  • 5% reduction in theft over $5,000.

The survey is available at YourVoiceLloyd.ca/RCMP.  The City adds that anyone without access to a computer can contact them at 780-875-6184, Ext. 2322, to request a printed copy of the survey which closes March 22nd.

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