United Conservative Party Announces Task Force On Rural Crime

The United Conservative Party is reaching out to rural residents to hear their concerns and solutions regarding the epidemic of rural crime. The UCP Crime Task Force will be conducting Town Halls across the province, the dates are to be announced. In the meantime, Innisfail-Sylvan Lake MLA Don MacIntyre says rural homeowners can still send their letters of concern and rural crime solutions to his constituency email.

With rural crime rates escalating, the United Conservative Party has announced the creation of their Rural Crime Task Force.
 
The Task Force was announced last week in an address to the Alberta Association of Municipal Districts & Counties Fall Convention by UCP Leader Jason Kenney.
 
Meanwhile, Innisfail-Sylvan Lake MLA Don MacIntyre says it has been very clear to the United Conservative Party that rural Albertans are getting fed up with the government's neglect on addressing rural crime rates in our communities.
 
He notes this Crime Task Force will engage with Albertans right across the province on this critical issue.
 
 
MacIntyre says they want to find out what rural Albertans want to see done about rural crime.
 

The UCP Crime Task Force will be conducting Town Hall meetings across the province. The dates have yet to be announced.

MacIntyre says they will be tasked with reporting back to the caucus with a common-sense action plan.

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