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Please read the following letter from the Calgary Police Service, explaining the closure of the Market Mall Community Station:

"Closure of Market Mall Community Station

After a thorough review, the Calgary Police Service is planning to close the Market Mall Community Station, located at 3625 Shaganappi Tr. N.W., effective June 30, 2018.

The decision to close the Market Mall location was made as part of an effort by the Service to review the number of calls for service to this station. The review found that the number of calls for service did not support the need for full-time positions at this location. The Service will temporarily reallocate the positions to support the District 7 office and the communities we serve, including Market Mall and the surrounding area. We are also working with volunteers at this location to find other volunteer opportunities within the Service.

How police officers interact with the community has evolved since the Market Mall Community Station opened. In addition to attending the District 7 office at 11955 Country Village Link N.E., you can also report several crimes online, and ask police-related questions via social media.

Members of the public can contact police in many different ways:

  • Attend the District 7 office, located at 11955 Country Village Link N.E., or the District 3 office, located at 4303 14 St. N.W.;
  • Call the Calgary Police Service non-emergency line at 403-266-1234. Always call 9-1-1 in an emergency;
  • File a report online for several types of crime through our website or mobile app; and 
  • Citizens can also receive additional information via social media. Search Calgary Police Service on Facebook or follow us on Twitter and Instagram @calgarypolice."

To reiterate, the closure of the Market Mall Community Station was based on calls for service review.

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