Calgary’s police chief says he needs more money from city hall to fight crime and relieve the stress of frontline officers.
During this week’s budget debate — where the order of the day is finding savings — the police service is asking for a $20.8 million boost to help it meet Calgarians’ needs.
Chief Roger Chaffin told city council on Monday that drug seizures are up, auto thefts in Calgary are leading the country and what he calls chaotic crimes, like shootings, are increasing.
He says after a couple of years of finding savings, CPS needs more money to hire more officers so the
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