YouthLink Police Interpretive Centre

YouthLink Police Interpretive Centre

Opened in September 2015, YouthLink is a brand new, 26,000 sq. ft facility dedicated to hands on and immersive exhibits.

A leader in education and crime prevention, YouthLink delivers relevant and captivating content, provoking youth to confront the issues of their time, such as healthy relationships, online safety and bullying. YouthLink also encourages visitors to make positive life choices and become responsible citizens in their communities.

Experience a “Day in the Life” of Calgary’s finest, get up close to a life-size replica of HAWCS helicopter, and explore behind the scenes of the Tactical Unit, Canine Unit, and most notably, Patrol. YouthLink features Alberta’s largest collection of policing artifacts ever placed on public display.

Entry to the museum is free, though donations are greatly appreciated to help keep the facility accessible to all.

In August, YouthLink will be open Tuesdays to Saturdays, 10:00 am – 4:00 pm.


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