Welcome to the Red Deer City RCMP Website
The Royal Canadian Mounted Police is Canada’s National Police Service. The RCMP provides law enforcement services across the country. The city of Red Deer contracts the RCMP to provide municipal police services for the city of Red Deer.
Make the right call:
When should you call 911?
When urgent police, fire or ambulance service is needed.
Some examples of emergency situations include;
Reporting an impaired driver;
Serious medical problem (chest pain, seizure, bleeding breathing problems).
When should you call the RCMP Complaints Line?
403-343-5575 (24 hours)
- Non-urgent situations;
- Break-ins or thefts where the suspect is gone;
- Reporting a crime that happened some time ago;
- Suspicious vehicle, person or activity;
- Neighbourhood disputes including noise complaints;
- Non-urgent cases where immediate police attendance is NOT crucial.
Another way to report non-urgent occurrences is to visit the front counter at the downtown RCMP office.
To report vehicle collisions, ensure you have:
- Vehicle insurance;
- Driver's license.
For Criminal Record Checks, visit the downtown RCMP office only. Please remember that you must:
- Bring government issued photo identification;
- Be a resident of the City of Red Deer;
- $25.00 fee for employment; and an additional $25.00 fingerprint fee should fingerprints be required for elimination purposes. (Total fee of $50.00 for employment);
- Complete Consent for Disclosure of Criminal Information and Consent for Check for Pardons should you require the Vulnerable Sector Check;
- Attend for providing elimination fingerprints (if required)
- Wait for the processing period (Minimum 5 day processing time)
- Pick up the completed Police Information/Criminal Record Check form when called.
- No fee for volunteer position (letter required).
When should you call the RCMP Administration Line?
403-406-2300 (8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Monday to Friday)
- Information requests;
- Investigation inquiries;
- General inquiries.
When should you call Bylaw Enforcement?
- Construction noise;
- Parking complaints;
- Snow removal.
When should you call Parks Bylaw?
- Homeless camps;
- Motorized vehicles in city parks;
- Parties in city parks;
- Concerns involving city parks.
When should you call Animal Control?
403-347-2388 (24 hours)
- Lost animals;
- Injured animals;
- Stray animals;
- Removal of deceased animals;
- Barking dogs.
When should you call Graffiti Hotline?