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Alberta Association of Community Peace Officers
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Alberta Association of Community Peace Officers.
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Alberta Association of Community Peace Officers

(AACPO) represents over 120 municipalities employing over 500 Community Peace Officers (CPO) throughout Alberta and beyond. CPO's are employed by Authorized Employer's under the Alberta Peace Officer Act and can provide enforcement of a variety of Federal, Provincial and Municipal statutes within their communities.

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Peace Officers

are First Responders who regularly provide assistance at motor vehicle collisions and other emergency situations within their communities, they help keep us safe and provide support to our Police, Fire and EMS crews.

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The AACPO

was founded as the Alberta Special Constable Association in 1989. The Association was formed to represent the interest of rural Special Constables in face of growing pressures to restrict Special Constable use. Originally formed by 8 Special Constable agencies, the Association now represents more than 120 agencies including over 500 officers from Alberta, BC and the Northwest Territories.

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Mission Statement

"Professional public safety through education and collaboration while promoting integrity and community service"

Principles

The Association will

  • Protect the Office of Community Peace Officer and ensure an elevated level of competency.
  • Promote the use of Community Peace Officers across the province of Alberta.
  • Liaise with Law Enforcement Agencies.
  • Ensure a strong and positive working relationship with the Government of Alberta.
  • Promote education and professionalism amongst agency members and their Officers.