Fraud Prevention Month

March 2024

Fraud Prevention Month raises awareness about fraud and what community members and individuals can do to fight fraud and assist the victims of fraud. ACCPA will be working with our partners across the province to educate Albertans on recent fraud and scams.

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October 13-15, 2023, Rundle’s Mission Retreat Centre near Pigeon Lake, Alberta.

The Rural Youth Anti-Racism Storytelling gathering will occur October 13-15, 2023 at Rundle’s Mission Retreat Centre near Pigeon Lake, Alberta. Participants will be supported with transportation, accommodations and food. There is no fee to attend. Programming will start on Friday, October 13, 2023 after 4:00 pm MST and finish on Sunday, October 15, 2023 by 3:00 pm MST.  


During this gathering, participants will work with a team of other young people to reflect on experiences of oppression and racism in the rural context, how it is unique from the urban context, and identify key messages and stories that can help educate our communities. We will build creative content and shape a new narrative that considers the experiences and perspectives of young rural Albertan people.

Evaluation and Monitoring in Crime Prevention and Community Safety Training – preceding the CMNCP 2023 Conference

October 23, 2023

Location: The Delta Hotel Regina, 1919 Saskatchewan Drive, Regina, Saskatchewan, S4P 4H2

This full-day, in-person training will be held on Monday October 23rd, 2023, in Regina, Saskatchewan. The training precedes the 2023 conference which begins the evening of October 23rd (following the training session) and runs through October 25th. Please note, a discounted rate will be offered to training participants who have also registered for the conference.

This interactive, hands-on training will be delivered by experts in the field of crime prevention and community safety. It is designed to support practitioners in monitoring and evaluating programs related to community safety and well-being, crime prevention, as well as gun and gang violence prevention.


  • Training only:
  • CMNCP members: $300
  • Non-members: $350
  • Conference attendees: $150

CMNCP 2023 Conference

October 23-25, 2023

Save the date for the CMNCP in-person 2023 Conference!


  • Location: The Delta Hotel Regina, 1919 Saskatchewan Drive, Regina, Saskatchewan, S4P 4H2
  • Theme: Community Safety. Together. Igniting Change.

The event will bring together practitioners, stakeholders, elected officials, and a broad range of community members to learn about and share their own experiences related to community safety and well-being efforts across Canada through presentations, panels, workshops, and networking opportunities.

the dangers of social media and other internet traps

November 2, 2023

  • Location: Eckville Community Centre
  • Time: Doors open 6:30PM, Presentation at 7:00PM
  • Speaker: Sgt Kerry Shima

the alberta association of chiefs of police (aacp) 2023 fALL CONFERENCE

November 27-29, 2023

  • Location: Banff Park Lodge

The 2023 AACP Fall Conference and General Meeting are being hosted at the Banff Park Lodge November 27-29, 2023, with the theme of Integrated Community Safety and Wellbeing. We invite you to review/download the poster and to register utilizing the links in poster. (Please ensure the form is signed)

ISSRC Symposium: rural crime, justice and disaster

Date: Wed, 29 Nov 2023 7:45 AM – 8:30 PM AEDT

Location: University of New England (Lewis Lecture Theatre :CO28), Elm Avenue Armidale, NSW 2350 Australia

Please share with your networks regarding the ISSRC ( International Society in the Study of Rural Crime) symposium which explores the various types of disasters and how they impact rural areas, including pandemics, natural disasters, biosecurity, economic crises, and political turmoil.

These events have significant effects on the social, environmental, and economic aspects of rural communities. The symposium’s focus is on the connection between these disasters and crime, with an emphasis on preventing, responding to, and recovering from them.

By bringing together leading scholars, practitioners, policymakers, and interested parties, we hope to encourage collaboration and partnerships that will result in practical solutions with applicability in Australia and internationally.