A Key Component of the Larger Provincial BPRC Strategy

A multi-agency program is helping drive down Prince Albert's violent crime rate.

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It was born in a small Prairie town with five prisons and a drinking problem. But violence is giving way to hope, and that hope is why Winnipeg police Chief Devon wants to bring the revolution here.

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Community Mobilization Prince Albert (CMPA) has officially honoured an area student known for her tireless volunteer work.

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What started as a call for help from the Prince Albert, Sask., community back in 2009 led to a crime prevention initiative that’s being noticed across the country.

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Sgt. Brent Kalinowski will attend the 2013 Youth, Justice and Community Conference, being held from Feb. 27 to March 1 in Niagara Falls, Ont.

The province of Saskatchewan is pleased to announce a $450,000 investment in Community Mobilization Prince Albert (CMPA).

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Although its population dwarfs that of Prince Albert, Toronto community leaders had plenty to learn during this week’s visit to Saskatchewan’s Gateway to the North.

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