The City of Edmonton is using $11M from the police budget to reimagine community safety with the hope that this reallocation of funds will better serve folks made vulnerable by “cracks in the system”.

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The mandate of the Community Safety and Well-Being Task Force is to initiate an inclusive relationship-based process to create actionable recommendations for Council regarding the future of community safety and well-being in the city that are anti-racist.  (Bylaw 19407). Through an inclusive, relationship-based approach the Task Force will explore how services users and service providers can work together to create actionable funding suggestions and policy changes to achieve better outcomes.

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