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Lethbridge Police Service


The Lethbridge Police Service provides policing for the City of Lethbridge.

Lethbridge Police Commission


The Lethbridge Police Commission is a statutory body created under the Alberta Police Act to oversee the Lethbridge Police Service.  The Commission has the following responsibilities:

  • Appointing the Chief of Police and evaluating their performance
  • Establishing policies that provide for efficient and effective policing
  • Issuing instructions as necessary to the Chief in regard to policy
  • Ensuring a sufficient level of personnel to carry out the functions of the Police Service
  • Representing the interests and concerns of the public

Who are the Members of the Police Commission?

​Council Members Members at Large​
Mayor Chris Spearman Peter Deys (Chair)
Councillor Jeffrey Coffman Victoria Chester
Dawna Coslovi
Simon Griffiths (Vice Chair)
Rachel Hopf
D. Jean Valgardson
Robert Van Spronsen

Agendas and Minutes 

Minutes and Agendas for the Lethbridge Police Commission are available for viewing.  The Minutes and Agendas before January 1, 2016 are those of the Lethbridge Regional Police Commission.
​Date Agenda​ ​Minutes
​September 25, 2019Agenda
​September 13, 2019Agenda
​June 26, 2019​Agenda
​May 29, 2019AgendaMinutes
​April 24, 2019AgendaMinutes
​March 27, 2019AgendaMinutes
​February 27, 2019AgendaMinutes
​January 30, 2019AgendaMinutes
​November 28, 2018​AgendaMinutes
​October 31, 2018AgendaMinutes
​September 26, 2018AgendaMinutes
​June 27, 2018AgendaMinutes
​May 30, 2018AgendaMinutes
​April 25, 2018AgendaMinutes
​March 28, 2018AgendaMinutes
​February 28, 2018AgendaMinutes
​January 31, 2018AgendaMinutes
​November 29, 2017​AgendaMinutes
​October 25, 2017AgendaMinutes
​September 27, 2017​AgendaMinutes
​June 28, 2017AgendaMinutes
​May 31, 2017AgendaMinutes
​April 26, 2017AgendaMinutes
​March 29, 2017AgendaMinutes
​February 22, 2017AgendaMinutes
​January 25, 2017AgendaMinutes
​November 30, 2016AgendaMinutes
​October 26, 2016AgendaMinutes
​September 28, 2016AgendaMinutes
​June 29, 2016AgendaMinutes
​May 25, 2016​AgendaMinutes
​April 27, 2016AgendaMinutes
​March 30, 2016AgendaMinutes
​February 24, 2016AgendaMinutes
​January 27, 2016​Agenda​Minutes
​November 25, 2015Agenda​Minutes
​October 28, 2015AgendaMinutes
​September 30, 2015AgendaMinutes
​June 24, 2015AgendaMinutes
​May 27, 2015​AgendaMinutes
​April 29, 2015Agenda​Minutes
​March 25, 2015​Agenda​Minutes
February 25, 2015​ ​Agenda Minutes
​ January 28, 2015 AgendaMinutes
November 26, 2014​ Agenda Minutes​
​October 29, 2014 Agenda Minutes
September 24, 2014​ Agenda Minutes
June 25, 2014​ ​Agenda Minutes
May 28, 2014​ ​Agenda Minutes
April 30, 2014​ Agenda Minutes
March 26, 2014​ Agenda Minutes
February 26, 2014​ AgendaMinutes
January 29, 2014​ Agenda Minutes
November 27, 2013​ ​Agenda Minutes
October 30, 2013​ ​Agenda Minutes
September 25, 2013​ Agenda Minutes
June 26, 2013​ Agenda Minutes
​May 29, 2013 Agenda Minutes
April 24, 2013​ Agenda Minutes
March 27, 2013​ Agenda Minutes
February 27, 2013​ Agenda Minutes
January 30, 2013​ Agenda Minutes


The Commission meets on the last Wednesday of the month at Lethbridge City Hall in Council Chambers.  Members of the public are welcome to attend the public meeting which starts at 6:00 p.m.. There are no meetings in July, August and December.

Policy and Procedure Manual 

The Policy and Procedure Manual for the Lethbridge Police Commission is available for downloading by clicking here.

Public Complaints 

 The Police Commission is empowered to oversee the complaints process and receive complaints from the public.
The Commission appoints a Public Complaints Monitor who is responsible for:
  • Providing an independent review of the citizen complaint process
  • Auditing Police Service files involving public complaints to ensure investigations are fair and thorough
  • Reporting their findings directly to the Commission
  • Receiving complaints from the public

To contact the Public Complaints Monitor, please call 403 308 6709

Under the Alberta Police Act, the responsibility for the investigation of complaints against Police Service policies and services provided, as well as against specific police officers, lies with the Chief of Police. The Commission does not have the authority to alter the Chief’s decision regarding complaints about a police officer’s actions. The Commission’s role is to ensure the process is fair to all parties.
For general Police Commission Inquiries email