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Municipal Policing Advisory Board

The Municipal Policing Advisory Board (MPAB) make recommendations to Council and City administration on all policy matters relating to the maintenance of law and order within the City of Airdrie regarding the RCMP and Airdrie Municipal Enforcement.

The MPAB is mandated by the Municipal Policing Advisory Board Bylaw (pdf).

Municipal Policing Advisory Board meetings

MPAB meetings are held in Council Chambers located at 400 Main Street on the fourth Thursday of January, March, June, September and November at 6 p.m. and are one to two hours in length. Meetings are live streamed and both in person and online are open to the public.

View agendas and past meetings

Watch the live MPAB meeting

MPAB members

Municipal Policing Advisory Board positions are appointed by Council for up to a 12-month term. Terms run from Jan. 1 to Dec. 31 each year. Four members must be in attendance to meet quorum and positions include:

  • Five citizen members
  • Three elected official positions that include positions for Chair and Vice-Chair

How to join the Municipal Policing Advisory Board

MPAB members must be current residents of the city of Airdrie and must be 18 years of age or older. Members must take an Oath of Office and undertake a criminal records review and suitability screening through the RCMP.

Members may not be an employee of a Provincial or Municipal Police Force, the Provincial Attorney General's Department or the Department of the Solicitor General of Alberta.

View open board and committee positions