EPS Chief Dale McFee

EPS Chief Dale McFee.

The Edmonton Police Service (EPS) says transit crime in the city has risen substantially as it deals with a meth crisis.

However, it's working on a plan to help the people who are committing these crimes while protecting residents who use the system.

crime stats from EPS

Edmonton dispatched calls for service LRT/Transit Centres.

CPS crimes stats #2

Edmonton dispatched calls for service LRT/Transit Centres event groups.

EPS crime stats 3

Edmonton’s average crime severity citywide and at LRT/Transit stations.

Arthur Green is the Alberta Legislative Reporter for the Western Standard and Alberta Report based in the Edmonton Bureau. He is an award-winning journalist and has worked for the CBC and Post Media.

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The horror story of the LRT never ends. When will they finally shut off that stupid thing and replace it with buses?

Aubrey Hogan

Has anyone ever provided a rationale for deleting the no loitering bylaw?


They wanted to create this mess. It's time for the mayor and council members to start personally hosting these poor individuals in their homes, with their families.

Mars Hill

but but but in 2021-2022 there was a plandemic going on and the cabal minions told us they were making us safe.....what happened?

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