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Swearing in ceremony for LPS and Blood Tribe Police officers

Six new recruits walked the graduation stage earlier today to officially be sworn into the Lethbridge Police Service. One new officer will also be joining the Blood Tribe Police Service. Dignitaries from our city made their way to Lethbridge College to take part in the graduation ceremony. Video Journalist Micah Quinn has the details.Read More

Shoes for Kids YQL bringing shoes to children in need

A majority of the time we take our footwear for granted. An initiative in Lethbridge is making sure that children and youth are able to receive solid footwear. The Shoes for Kids YQL campaign is entering its second year. As BCN’s Micah Quinn explains, last year the drive raised over $16,000. There were also 485 […]Read More

LPS to implement addiction treatment upon arrest

The Alberta government announced a unique new partnership with the Lethbridge Police Service and the Blood Tribe Police. Those who are battling addiction now have access to addiction treatment once they are arrested. Alberta’s Virtual Dependency Program says that anyone who is arrested in Lethbridge or on the Blood Tribe will be able to access […]Read More

Crime Stoppers a first for Blood Tribe

The anonymous crime tip line Crime Stoppers has now made its way to the Blood Tribe. Crime Stoppers is a nonprofit agency that allows you to provide confidential tips on crime. If a tip leads to an arrest you can be eligible for a financial reward. The Blood Tribe Crime Stoppers is the first Indigenous-led […]Read More