ASSI expands its presence in Edmonton Alberta


EDMONTON, AB, SEPTEMBER 19, 2022 /insPRESS/ – Accident Support Services International Ltd. (ASSI) is proud to partner with the Edmonton Police Service to open two Collision Reporting Centers (CRCs) on Thursday, September 29e2022. One located on the south side of Edmonton at 5805 87A Street and the second located on the north side at 15750 116 Avenue.

By implementing the Collision Reporting Center program in communities, it allows resources that were previously allocated to minor collisions to be reallocated to higher priority needs. The success of the CRC program has been felt by many, with drivers having a safe and informative place to report their collisions to law enforcement agencies further freeing up officers for proactive engagements. With over 20 years of experience in the collision care industry, ASSI is excited to bring our program to the Edmonton community.

“We are always looking for opportunities to improve service delivery and introduce innovative business practices that help us use our resources more efficiently,” said EPS Chief of Police Dale McFee. “Several hours can elapse between the time a collision occurs and the conclusion of an investigation, which ties up officers and leaves motorists waiting. The centers will not only improve the way we use our resources, they will also create a safer environment for motorists in Edmonton by moving the reporting process from the road to a dedicated space.

ASSI has been operating CRCs in Alberta since 2012 and is currently located in Lethbridge, Medicine Hat and Grand Prairie. “We look forward to working with the Edmonton Police Service to bring the Collision Reporting Center program to the city and help increase the efficiency of collision care. says COO Kumar Siva of ASSI.

More information or media inquiries for Accident Support Services International Ltd.

Kumar Shiva
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