||1913 May 05, Bylaw 1523
||To Regulate the Police Department.
||1955 December 12, Bylaw 4791
||To provide for a Board of Police Commissioners, pursuant to s. 81 of The City Act. It was repealed by Bylaw 8259.
||1971 June 21, Bylaw 8259
||To provide for a Board of Police Commissioners Amended by Bylaws 8596 and 8705. Repealed by Bylaw 8862, 1974 March 11.
||1973, The Police Act, 1973 (as amended)
||Some transfer of Authority occurred in 1973 from the Police Commission to the Provincial Government.
||1974 March 11, Bylaw 8862
||Bylaw 8259 is repealed.
Bylaw 8862 is adopted pursuant to The Police Act, 1973.
||1980 November 27, The Legislative Assembly of Alberta, Bill 97 - The Police Amendment Act 1980
||Royal Assent 1980 November 27.
||Summary of The Police Act 1988 and
The Police Commission Bylaw 8862 (consolidated)
||The Police Act was completely rewritten. The Consolidation includes amending Bylaws 15M81, 60M81, 64M86, 50M88, 51M91, 53M92, 54M93.
||1992 November 02, Bylaw 53M92
||Bylaw 51M91 is repealed.
Bylaw 8862 is amended to extend the terms of 2 members who have served the maximum number of terms allowed.
||1993 November 22, C93-86 and Bylaw 54M93
||Amendment to the Police Commission Bylaw 8862 to accommodate the appointment of 2 additional citizen members.
||1993 November 08, Clause NM93-38
||Calgary Police Commission Chair.
||1996 October 28, City of Calgary/Calgary Police Commission Protocol
||This Protocol made between The City and the CPC signed the 12th Day of November 1996.
||1997 June 23, C97-35 and Bylaw 25M97
||To bring the Police Commission Bylaw in compliance with the Police Act. Report adopted, first 2 readings of new Bylaw
||1997 July 14, Bylaw 25M97
||Bylaw 8862 is repealed.
Bylaw 25M97 is read a third time.
||2001 November 05, Bylaw 47M2001
||To amend the Police Commission Bylaw 25M97 - To allow for staggered expiry of terms.
||2001 November 12, Bylaw 52M2001
||To amend The Police Commission Bylaw 25M97 - To allow for staggered expiry of terms.
||2005 January 10, Bylaw 59M2004 (3rd reading)
||To amend The Police Commission Bylaw 25M97 - To allow for an honorarium to be paid to the Chair and to citizen members.
||2004 November 08, In Camera verbal report
||Appointments to the Calgary Police Commission will be 2 year terms.
||2005 June 02, Province of Alberta Police Act
||Revised Statutes of Alberta 2000 Chapter P-17
||2005 June 29, CPS2005-47 and Bylaw 38M2005
||To amend The Police Commission Bylaw 25M97 - Housekeeping amendments to include FOIP in the Bylaw; to exclude Calgary Police Service (sworn or civilian) from being eligible to sit on the Commission; to clarify the term limitations for a Commission member.
||2006 February 13, AC2006-03
||Update to the maximum term length served by members on the 5 Autonomous Civic Entities. Maximum of 9 consecutive years.
||2010 December 13
||Bylaw 25M97 Section 3 (1) amended number of "Resident" members by the addition of 2. The City shall have a Commission composed of 11 members appointed by Council, 2 members of which shall be Aldermen or City employees.
||2011 July 25
||Amendment to Bylaw 25M97 to conform with amended Police Act with respect to term limits for members.
||2013 October 21, Bylaw 40M2011 coming into force
||To discontinue the use of the title "Alderman" in favour of the title "Councillor".
||2013 November 18, Bylaw 46M2013
||To amend 25M97, the Police Commission Bylaw: to appoint up to 10 members
||2014 October 20, Bylaw 64M2014
||Amendment to Bylaw 25M97, Council must appoint Members for a two year term, effective on November 1 of the year of the Organizational Meeting at which the appointment is made and expiring on the second October 31 thereafter or when a successor is appointed, whichever is later and Subsection 4(2) applies to the appointment of a successor.
||2015 November 16, Bylaw 46M2015
||Amendment to Bylaw 25M97, the City shall have a Commission composed of up to 11 Members appointed by Council, two Members of which shall be Councillors of City employees.
||2020 October 26, C2020-1217 and Bylaw 39M2020
||Amendment to Bylaw 25M97: The City shall have a Commission composed of up to 12 Members appointed by Council, two Members of which shall be Councillors or City employees.