ALERT teams operate throughout Alberta, in rural and urban areas. They provide a coordinated response to the complex and sophisticated business of organized crime across the province. This means that every community, large or small, has access to a spectrum of specialized law enforcement resources.
ALERT Integrated Teams:
Combined Forces Special Enforcement Unit (CFSEU) investigates, disrupts and dismantles organized and serious crime, such as drug trafficking and gang activity.
ICE units investigate the sexual exploitation of children through the Internet and works to reduce harm through public education and prevention programs.
Alberta Specialized Law Enforcement Training (ASLET) supports police, government agencies, and other stakeholders by providing specialized training to enhance the ability of officers to detect, disrupt, and dismantle organized and serious crime in Alberta.
The Integrated Threat and Risk Assessment Centre (I-TRAC) assesses threats and develops risk reduction plans for domestic violence and stalking cases in Alberta.
Criminal Intelligence Service Alberta (CISA) acts as a central hub for strategic analysis and intelligence sharing on organized and serious crime in Alberta.