In 1985 the Edmonton Police Department Museum and Archives opened to the public. Located at Edmonton Police Headquarters, the museum was established to represent the history of law enforcement in Alberta. It was funded by Alberta Culture, the Alberta Museum Association and by private and corporate sponsors, and staffed by volunteers from the Police Department and a curator paid for by grants. By 1997 the museum had closed and the collection was absorbed by Edmonton Police Services.
The series consists of 7 pawn shop ledgers, one file of material found in the ledger of a second hand shop, and 3 photos of Alex Decoteau.
Inspected by His Honor Lieut. Governor Buylea, the Police Commissioners consisting of His Honor Judge Taylor, (Chairman); His Worship Mayor Henry, Major Primrose (Police Magistrate) and Chief Constable Hill. Taken at "The Macdonald" Hotel. Same as EA-10-2980.
The series consists of records created by the Edmonton Police Service through their function of research, planning, and evaluating their services to ensure they continue to fulfill their mandate of keeping Edmonton safe.
This file contains a copy of the Safe Disposal Toolkit, created by Edmonton's Safedmonton Initiatives, and is an example of the tools they created with their partner organizations around personal and community safety. The toolkit includes a DVD titled "Don't Get Stuck: Needle Safety Program", created by the Edmonton Police Service.