The Saskatchewan Association of Chiefs of Police
is proud to present
Chief Dale McFee
of the Prince Albert Police Service
Chief Dale McFee has worked in various areas of the Prince Albert Police Service throughout his career, including Foot Patrol, Community Services and Patrol. He initiated the Community Mobilization movement in Prince Albert and within the Prince Albert Police Service to address the challenges of policing in the city of Prince Albert and northern Saskatchewan. Chief McFee prepared a business plan for a Crime Reduction Strategy and convinced the Prince Albert Police Service and partners from other agencies to support the plan.
A group of representatives from Health, Education, Social Services, Prince Albert Police Service and RCMP travelled to Glasgow, Scotland in late 2010. Glasgow was chosen on the successes and failures that the city had encountered with a similar concept. The city of Prince Albert and the surrounding area will greatly benefit from the continued leadership of Chief McFee as the entire concept of Community Mobilization is put in place over the course of 2011 to the benefit of all citizens.
The Saskatchewan Chiefs of Police is proud to recognize Chief Dale McFee’s service with the Leadership Award.
Chief Dale Larsen
Vice President, Saskatchewan Association of Chiefs of Police