The Canmore Policing Committee is volunteer committee that assists the RCMP with the development of policing priorities and makes recommendations to Council as part of the budget process regarding the number of municipal RCMP officers and the enhanced policing budget.
The Canmore Policing Committee meets four times a year. Members of the public are welcome to attend. Please phone 403.678.1576 if you are interested in attending a meeting. Meeting dates, times, and location will be advertised on this page with a minimum 24 hours notice.
The committee consists of a minimum of 4 and a maximum of 6 public members and 1 member of council. Public member term is 2 years. Public members are appointed by Council in late October every year. For more information about applying visit Apply for a Committee.
2016/2017 Public Members
- Nick Servos - term expiry 2017
- Andre Giannandrea - term expiry: 2017
- John Paul Breed - term expiry 2018
- Hannah de Soto, Hannah - term expiry: 2018
- John Reeves - term expiry: 2017
- Neil Slemko - term expiry 2018
2016/2017 Council Representatives
- Councillor Rob Seeley
Public Policing Complaints
The Public Complaints Director is a volunteer whose primary responsibility is to respond to questions and inquiries relating to the Canmore RCMP Detachment's service role. This may involve addressing a concern or acknowledging a compliment pertaining to a particular issue or quality of delivery of policing services. You should understand that the Public Complaints Director does not investigate, but will assist you with the process of filing a complaint.
What can I complain about?
- Quality of service provided by the RCMP in Canmore.
- A complaint against a member of the RCMP Canmore Detachment.
How do I make a complaint or compliment?
Contact Staff Sergeant John Eneas at the Canmore RCMP detachment directly at 403.678.5519 or Greg Burt, Manager of Protective Services at 403-678-1576 and your information will be forwarded to John Reeves, Public Complaints Director.