REACH Edmonton

REACH Edmonton and the Alberta Community Crime Prevention Association to bring a three-day conference to Edmonton on engaging the entire community in creating safer towns and cities across the province.

The conference and workshops will take place in Edmonton, May 8-10. Speakers and pre-conference instructors will discuss current issues on community safety in Alberta communities.

“Successful crime prevention takes an entire community,” said Jan Fox, Executive Director of REACH Edmonton, who will be presenting at the conference. “We’re proud to be partnering with ACCPA to bring together experts from across Alberta so that we can benefit from their knowledge and experience in building safer communities.”

The Alberta Community Crime Prevention Association (ACCPA) is the hub for the province to share best practices in crime prevention among community members, organizations, government and law enforcement

This years' conference will bring together ACCPA members, partners and experts, many of whom are engaged in crime prevention initiatives across Alberta, with a focus on how we can come together as a group and collaborate to help prevent crime in Alberta.

New this year, ACCPA is offering Pre-Conference Training and Workshop sessions ahead of the 2018 Conference. Pre-Conference training will take place on Tuesday, May 8.

Sessions will include:

• Crime Prevention Through Environmental Design (CPTED) for Rural and Small Population Communities

• Aligning Systems and Collaboration in Crime Prevention

• Understanding, Recognizing, and Preventing Radicalization Leading to Violence

For more information, or to register, click here.