Rural citizens protecting their homes
and livelihoods in the Stony Plain area.

Neighbours helping neighbours in crime prevention.

The Stony Plain and District Crime Prevention Association (SPDCPA) ​promotes crime prevention ​programs and initiatives.

Our objective is to prevent crime within the territorial jurisdiction of the Parkland Detachment of the Royal Canadian Mounted Police (RCMP). We coordinate representatives from the various crime prevention groups operating in these areas.

Our group’s main purpose is to alert citizens to criminal activities, educate them about crime prevention, and assist with crime prevention activities.

We provide feedback on policing issues in our area.

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What we do to reduce crime:

We initiate crime prevention projects and support and/or coordinate crime prevention activities with our member associations.

Our crime prevention activities include:

  • Public education
  • Continued updates of criminal activities through social media
  • Formal crime prevention programs
  • OHV (off-highway vehicle) Safety Program
  • Fraud awareness

RCMP Twitter Feed

For a more comprehensive RCMP Twitter feed go to the RCMP Resources page.

Lightcatch Facebook Feed

Lightcatch is a made-in-Alberta free smartphone app for safe and anonymous reporting of suspicious activity, property crime, danger, or missing people.

To view more than the last two items go to Lightcatch’s Facebook page.

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If the situation you wish to report is an emergency, of a serious nature, or is currently in progress, you should immediately call 911.

Report a Crime

The Alberta RCMP has a province-wide online crime reporting initiative via a crime reporting tool allows Albertans to report select property crimes. This project has been initiated to ensure the public is able to report select crime types in whatever way is most convenient or accessible to them. A goal for the Alberta RCMP is to make sure all crime is reported, no matter how small. This provides the most accurate crime data and allows RCMP resources to be deployed appropriately in the areas that need it most.

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Citizens may report the following crimes online:

  • Damage/mischief to property under $5,000
  • Theft of bicycle under $5,000
  • Theft under $5,000
  • Theft from vehicle under $5,000
  • Lost property

Incidents must also satisfy the following conditions to be reported online:

  • No witnesses or suspects
  • Item(s) lost or stolen must cost less than $5,000
  • Vandalized property will cost less than $5,000 to repair
  • There are no items involving personal identity, firearms, licence plates or decals

All crimes reported online will be followed up with a phone call from a police officer in “K” Division’s Call Back Unit (CBU) within five business days. 

If the crime you are wanting to report satisfies the above-listed conditions, you can report it by clicking the button below.