A Crime Map showing incidents reported to St Albert RCMP is available, in addition to printed reports. Now you can visualize what has happened in your area for any type of crime since 2005. Click on the FAQ link on the map web page for full details
The Crime Alert program is no longer available in St. Albert..
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NEW: Use the Disorder Reporter smart phone app to report things that need to be dealt with by authorities. Submit photos of graffiti, vandalism, pot holes, public hazards, by-law violations, etc. and Neighbourhood Watch will forward the issue to the appropriate authority
We want YOU to make the Disorder Reporter Program a success in YOUR area. Please contact us to become a Photo Analyst.
SAFE BUS - Did you know that any St. Albert Transit bus can be a refuge for persons in distress? Under the SAFE BUS program drivers can let people in distress onto the bus, and then contact the dispatch office for assistance.
Annual General Meeting
Everyone is welcome to attend our Annnual General Meeting:
RCMP Detachment Boardroom
96 Bellerose Drive
Spring - Summer 2017
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In addition to our Serial Number Registry Program (Select from the drop-down at Resouirces) you can now store photos of your personal properties by visiting the website of The Insurance Information Institute
Crime Prevention Door Stickers
In co-operation with our local RCMP we now provide Door Stickers specifically designed for use by Apartments, Condos and Senior Residences. Learn More
December 11, 2014
RCMP and FCSS Partner with Community Crime Prevention Groups
St. Albert RCMP, in partnership with the City of St. Albert Family and Community Support Services (FCSS) Neighbourhood Development Coordinator, Angie Dedrick and the St. Albert Family and Community Support Services (FCSS) Social Master Plan Coordinator, Debi Skoye, recognized the tremendous efforts of 3 Crime Prevention community groups on December 3, 2014.
Inspector Kevin Murray, the RCMP Detachment Commander for St. Albert presented Certificates of Appreciation to St. Albert Citizens Patrol, St. Albert Neighbourhood Watch and Inglewood Summit Neighbourhood Watch. Each of these volunteer groups have dedicated countless hours to promoting and maintaining safety in the city of St. Albert..
The RCMP Crime Analyst, Sean Beckett, presented an overview of St. Albert crime trends to the groups and Debi Skoye explained how the 3 groups' crime prevention strategies meshed completely with issues identified by St. Albert residents as a crucial part of the City's Social Master plan. The 4 RCMP Crime Prevention/ School Resource officers, 1 RCMP Crime Reduction Unit officer, along with the FCSS Coordinators, then joined in a brainstorming discussion with these crime prevention groups to identify additional opportunities to collaborate on projects that will benefit the safety of St. Albert.
This networking approach will be continued with 2 meetings per year to share trends and ideas. Anyone wishing to join these groups and be a part of the St. Albert Crime Prevention plans are invited visit their websites at citizenspatrol.org for Citizens' Patrol or eyewatch.info for Neighbourhood Watch, or contact Angie Dedrick at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Cpl. Laurel KADING, M.O.M.
Crime Prevention/Victim Services, Community Policing
Inspector Kevin Murray (on the left) presenting Brian Andersen (right) from St. Albert Citizens' Patrol , Kathleen Lecky (right) from St. Albert Neighbourhood Watch, Frank Polanski (right) from St. Albert Inglewood Summit Neighbourhood Watch