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  1. City of Surrey announced last Friday that Norm Lipinski, from the Delta Police (deputy chief), will be the new chief of the municipal police force being stood up to take over from the RCMP. Surrey announces new police chief for municipal force taking over from RCMP | The Star Delta's Lipinski described as 'right leader' for new Surrey police force | Delta Optimist (delta-optimist.com) RCMP still seems to be in denial about the prospect of losing its largest detachment in Canada. Survey last August suggests only 14% of RCMP members in the municipality would transfer to a
  2. https://www.msn.com/en-ca/news/other/surrey-police-board-set-to-create-city-police-force-at-first-meeting-thursday/ar-BB17D8Bw?li=AAggNb9&fbclid=IwAR3uTVxF2dO5O5_ywD8NAiiJGD7SArUzj_ONqpswxmZT1sgpMujL4hC-ZdE SURREY, B.C. — The first-ever police board meeting for Surrey, B.C., will be held today as the city moves ahead with a controversial plan to replace the local RCMP detachment with its own police service. Mayor Doug McCallum won election on the campaign promise to create a municipal police force in 2018 and the newly elected city council voted to terminate Surrey's contr
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