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Nipawin & Smeaton RCMP Seeking Input at Town Hall Meetings in March

(Last Updated On: March 8, 2018)

Both Nipawin and Smeaton RCMP Detachments will be holding Town Hall Meetings in March as they seek input from residents in each of their detachment areas and to discuss policing services and update residents on their strategic plans. 

Nipawin RCMP Detachment will be holding a Town Hall Meeting on Wednesday, March 28th, 2018 at the Nipawin Legion Upper Hall on 328 – 1st Avenue East from 7:00 pm to 9:00 pm

Residents of Nipawin, White Fox, Codette, Love, Aylsham, Resort Village of Tobin Lake, RM of Nipawin, RM of Torch River, RM of Connaught and the RM of Willow Creek are encouraged to attend.

Smeaton RCMP Detachment  will Hold their community connections meeting on Tuesday, March 27th, 2018 at the Smeaton Rec Centre on 1st Street in Smeaton from 7:00 pm to 9:00 pm

Residents of: Smeaton, Choiceland, Garrick, Snowden, Shipman, Foxford, Weirdale, Meath Park, Candle lake, East Trout Lake, Little bear Lake, Lower Fishing Lake, RM of Paddockwood, RM of Torch River and RM of Garden River are encouraged to attend the Smeaton meeting.

The RCMP Detachments will be seeking input at this community connections meeting from the residents of the Nipawin and Smeaton RCMP Detachment areas regarding policing services. This is an opportunity to discuss policing issues relevant to your area. RCMP representatives will also provide an update of their strategic plan

Building relationships with those we serve is a key part of what we do. Everyone has a role to play in building stronger, safer communities, so we look forward to hearing people’s concerns and ideas as well as answering their questions. – Saskatchewan RCMP

Saskatchewan RCMP – Detachments to Conduct Town Hall Meetings Through March and April

From Cumberland House to Carnduff, Pinehouse to Ponteix; the 87 detachments that make up “F” Division will be conducting Town Hall-style meetings in the coming days and weeks. Some of those meetings have already been held.

Consulting with communities has always been part of the RCMP’s yearly strategic planning process. This year, Assistant Commissioner Curtis Zablocki, Commanding Officer of “F” Division has instructed detachments to hold Town Hall meetings in order to engage directly with the public around local policing priorities and public safety planning.

Saskatchewan RCMP encourages all residents to attend their local event. While these meetings will be publicized in advance, anyone looking for information on where and when a specific Town Hall will be held should contact their local detachment.

Post Author: Joanne Francis

Joanne Francis is the Editor and Journalist for Nipawin News