Residents of Estevan and surrounding areas are invited to a town hall meeting organized by the Estevan RCMP. Set to take place on Monday, March 25th, the event will commence at 7:00 PM at the Weldon School in Bienfait, specifically in the gymnasium.

In an interview on the SUN 102 morning show, Sergeant Steven Ross of the Estevan RCMP elaborated on what attendees can expect during this informative session. He highlighted several key topics that will be addressed during the meeting. "We're going to give some stats on what's been going on in the last year within our detachment area and the types of calls that we've dealt with," he said. "We're also going to be giving some additional information about programs like Crime Stoppers, and there's a new online crime reporting application for the RCMP where people can report some of the smaller crimes that happen in the area."

In addition to discussing crime prevention initiatives, Ross mentioned updates on the Crime Watch network and insights into local crime trends. Moreover, the RCMP will shed light on detachment resourcing, including the number of officers currently serving the community.

An exciting addition to the agenda is the introduction of a new investigative tool. "We'll be introducing a new piece of equipment which is a remotely piloted aircraft system, which is essentially a drone," Ross revealed. "That's a new investigative tool we've got recently."

The town hall meeting will also provide an opportunity for community members to engage directly with law enforcement. Sergeant Ross confirmed that there will be a question period during which attendees can ask questions and engage in discussions. The session will begin with a concise presentation of information followed by an open forum for questions from anyone in attendance. Snacks and beverages will also be provided.