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The City of Lethbridge has released a summary of the Lethbridge Police Service Action Plan.
The full document drafted by LPS Chief Shahin Mehdizadeh, and the Lethbridge Police Commission was sent to Justice Minister and Solicitor General Kaycee Madu on the evening of April 11, according to commission chair Rob vanSpronsen.
This plan is in response to Minister Madu’s request for action addressing areas of public concern regarding LPS. Madu had requested the plan be sent to him by April 16. Madu had warned that if concerns were not addressed, he would consider imposing Section 30 of the Police Act, meaning he could use his authority to dissolve the police force altogether.
According to vanSpronsen, the action plan was completed last week, ahead of deadline, and was voted on at the April 8 police commission meeting. It was emailed to Madu late Tuesday night.