Tags : Shahin Mehdizadeh

Lethbridge Police charge 10 males in human trafficking investigation

Lethbridge Police along with RCMP, the Calgary Police Service and ALERT’s Human Trafficking Counter Exploitation Unit have charged 10 males believed to be responsible for the sexual exploitation, sexual assault and trafficking of a female minor.   An investigation that began late last week has resulted in 10 males in Lethbridge being charged in connection […]Read More

Community initiative hoping to bring in 200 pairs of shoes

Even though school is out for summer, local law enforcement agencies have joined forces to bring forth an initiative designed to help children start off the next school year right.    Organizers say the program this fall will help provide students with a new pair of shoes so they can start the new school year […]Read More

LPS Chief addresses issues within the police service

Lethbridge Police Chief Shahin Mehdizadeh was the main speaker at a virtual town hall that was hosted by the Lethbridge Chamber of Commerce on Tuesday.  The chief gave comment on current investigations involving potential unwarranted database searches. In recent news, Justice Minister Kaycee Madu has asked for more information from the Chief in regards to […]Read More

Details of LPS Action Plan explained

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 […]Read More

LPS action plan ready for Justice Minister ahead of deadline

The Lethbridge Police Service says they’ve completed their action plan for Alberta’s Justice Minister and Solicitor General ahead of the April 16 deadline. On March 22, Minister Kaycee Madu sent letters to LPS Chief Shahin Mehdizadeh, Lethbrige Police Commission Chair Rob vanSpronsen and Lethbridge Mayor Chris Spearman informing them that he was giving them a […]Read More

Negative memes behind recent police suspensions

Lethbridge Police Service has confirmed the five employees who have recently been suspended with pay are all police officers. Edmonton Police Service, who investigated the matter, meanwhile confirmed to Bridge City News that the suspensions are in fact due to some memes depicting the former administration in a negative light.  Edmonton police confirm that in […]Read More