Mission RCMP Inspector Annette Fellner is inviting the public to attend the annual police forum set for Tuesday, April 30. / File Photo

Mission RCMP policing forum on tonight

Community invited to contribute to policing priorities, event starts 6:30 pm at the leisure centre

Mission RCMP Insp. Annette Fellner is inviting the community to participate in the annual Mission RCMP policing forum.

The event is set for tonight (Tuesday, April 30) from 6:30 to 8 p.m. at the Mission Leisure Centre gymnasium at 7650 Grand St.

This is the public’s opportunity to contribute to policing priorities in the community.

The forum will feature an update on crime trends in the community, a review of the Mission RCMP detachment’s Annual Performance Plan and an update on new initiatives to increase levels of service and coordination with community partners.

The evening will end with a moderator question period.

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