The Community Safety Knowledge Alliance (CSKA) official launch was held on November 6, 2015 at Innovation Place in Saskatoon. 

We were very pleased to have the Honorable Christine Tell, Minister for Corrections and Policing attend our event.

Dale McFee, CSKA President and Board Chair spoke to the crowd about how the CSKA will support the province’s drive toward new and effective models of community safety.

CSKA Director and Regina United Way CEO, Joanne Grant, also addressed the crowd.

Also announced was the USD $80,000 community safety grant received from Motorola Solutions Inc.  Matthew Swarney, Director Legal and Government Affairs was on hand to speak at the event.

Cal Corley, Interim Chief Executive Officer 

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