Tags : Lethbridge Police

Lethbridge Police Service offer proper bike locking tips

The Lethbridge Police Service is reminding us to always lock up and secure our bikes. The LPS is targeting bike thieves through a community crime initiative. Earlier this week, police were able to use a bike bait technique and managed to arrest an offender who stole a bike after it was locked to a street […]Read More

Furry addition added to Lethbridge Victim Services team

A new cuddly hire has been added to the Victim and Witness Services Team for the Lethbridge Police Service. Kourt, a spunky two-year-old female Golden Retriever, Black Lab Cross, began her new role as the first facility dog for the LPS and Victims Witness Services team. She has gone through heavy training through the Wings […]Read More

Shannon Phillips’ LPS appeal denied

Lethbridge West MLA Shannon Phillips has had her latest appeal against the Lethbridge Police Service denied by the Law Enforcement Review Board. In this case which goes back five years, Ms Phillips filed the appeal when she was unhappy with the disciplinary decisions to demote two officers who spied on her in a Lethbridge diner […]Read More

Lethbridge Police Service begins new employee initiative

The Lethbridge Police Service has launched a new employee initiative that will allow staff to express and share the experiences they’ve had surrounding leadership and work culture within the police service. The initiative is called Employee Experience Listening Tour. Deputy Chief Scott Boyd explains why it is so important. “It really comes on the heels […]Read More

LPS officers admit to most misconduct allegations at ‘MemeGate’ hearing

Eight months ago, five Lethbridge Police officers were suspended after being accused of distributing inappropriate images. This quickly became known as ‘MemeGate’ In June, Constables Keon Woronuk, Matthew Rilkoff, Derek Riddell, David Easter, and Sgt. Jason Moulton had all pleaded not guilty to each of their six charges under the Alberta Police Act. Moulton also […]Read More

Revamped LPS Action Plan back in hands of Justie Minister

The Lethbridge Police Service and Lethbridge Police Commission have submitted a revamped action plan to the Minister of Justice and Solicitor General, Kaycee Madu.  The latest plan was submitted on the deadline of Friday, June 25th.  According to the Justice Minister’s office, they have received the amended report “and look forward to reviewing it.”  In […]Read More