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Red Deer/Lacombe Rural Crime Watch AGM - March 28, 2019
Our AGM will be held at the Hamptons Inn and Suites, 128 Leva Ave, Gasoline Alley West, Red Deer, from 6 - 9 pm.
Light supper to be provided with meeting to commence at 6:30 pm. Speaker to follow.
Speaker is Brian Hurley from Liberty Law in Edmonton. Topic: the criminal code and our gun laws.
For two decades, Brian Hurley has practiced exclusively in the area of Criminal Defence. He has appeared before the Trial Courts and Courts of Appeal throughout Alberta, representing clients throughout Western Canada. He has handled criminal cases in British Columbia, Saskatchewan, Nunavut and the Northwest Territories. He has taken cases in every area of criminal law from shoplifting to murder. Brian has been counsel on major drug cases, serious regulatory prosecutions, sexual assaults and murders. A great deal of his practice involves the defence of impaired drivers. Mr. Hurley has conducted more than one thousand impaired trials over his career. For more on Mr Hurley and Liberty Law - Criminal Lawyers Edmonton, please click here.
2018 Alberta Rural Crime Watch Symposium Hosted by Red Deer/Lacombe Rural Community Crime Watch
Red Deer News Now Video Coverage of the Alberta Rural Crime Watch Association Symposium, February 2018. This video is their interview with Scott McKean (Manager of Community Safety and Well Being, City of Toronto).