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Edmonton Council urges state to support new Healthy Street Operations Center to combat downtown crime

Edmonton City Council unanimously asks the state to help social workers, firefighters and police officers work together to create a hub that can reduce crime. did.

Municipal administration submitted a report to Congress on Monday explaining the proposed Healthy Street Operations Center.

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Center is one of several actions the city has promised to address the surge in violent crime in downtown streets and transportation.

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In May, Justice Minister Tyler Shandro used his minister's authority to control crime. Requested a report from the city about what was happening to. ..

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Mayor Amarjeet Sohi says it's time for the city to carry out its plans in the center and the state to step up. .. According to the

report, center costs could be up to $ 18.1 million over the next four years.

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