Auxiliary constable, superintendent among 2018 Alberta Community Justice Award winners

Staff
June 18, 2018
By Staff
Auxiliary constable, superintendent among 2018 Alberta Community Justice Award winners
Photo: Government of Alberta
Edmonton Police Supt. David Veitch and Shelly Ullery, an auxiliary constable with the St. Albert RCMP, were among the award winners earlier this summer for the 27th annual Alberta Community Justice Awards, honouring those “who have found innovative and proactive ways to prevent crime in their cities and neighbourhoods.”

Ullery volunteers with the Crime Free Multi-Housing program and has helped building owners take steps to prevent property crime.

Veitch, superintendent of the Co-ordinated Policing Division in Edmonton, is “an instrumental part of the Heavy Users of Service Project,” which co-ordinates the efforts of health and social service providers, first responders, justice services and many other organizations to serve vulnerable individuals with complex needs.

For more on the other winners, click here.

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