Lacombe Police extend counter service hours

In an effort to provide enhanced customer service, LPS has extended our front counter service hours

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In an effort to provide enhanced customer service to our community, the Lacombe Police Service has extended our front counter service hours to 9 p.m. Monday to Friday effective July 9th, 2018.

“This extension of hours gives those who live in our community the opportunity to attend our office to make a report, speak to an officer or apply for a criminal record check outside of the standard 8:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. work hours” states Lacombe Police Chief Lorne Blumhagen.

Chief Blumhagen also states “one of the concerns that we heard over and over from our community members was that for those who worked out of town and needed to make a report or get a criminal record check done they were unable to attend our office prior to our previous closing time of 430 p.m.

The Lacombe Police Service feels that by extending our front counter office hours that we can better serve our community with some of their Policing needs.

We would also once again like to remind the general public that we provide 24 hour Policing services seven days a week to our Community.

-Submitted by the Lacombe Police Service

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