RCMP detachments and front desks are open. Modified in-person services are available; however residents are asked to conduct business online or by telephone when possible.x
Police need your help. All crime, no matter how small it may seem, should be reported to police. Learn when to make the right call, either 9-1-1, non-emergency line or reporting online.
Everyone has a part to play in preventing crime. Learn what you can do to help protect your home, business, vehicle, bike and yourself.
The RCMP crime map is an online tool that shows crime over the last 14 days.
Keep the safety of your fellow Red Deerians in mind, whether they’re walking, biking, skateboarding or driving.
Do you need RCMP at the scene of a collision? Do you need to report it afterward? Find out more...
Many employers and volunteer organizations require PICs (also known as Criminal Record Checks) and Vulnerable Sector Checks.
If you think it’s a domestic violence situation, call 9-1-1 for emergencies or Police non-emergency line at 403-343-5575.
Have you been the victim of a crime or tragedy? Victim Services offers support, information and referrals.
Learn about the resources available to victims of sexual abuse.