If the situation you wish to report is an emergency, of a serious nature, or is currently in progress, you should immediately call 911.
* Crimes under $5,000 can be reported online. Use the "Report A Crime" link at the bottom of each page.
In January of 2022, this free smartphone app was released. It provides an easy method of accessing Alberta Police and Public Safety information and to engage with Alberta RCMP Crime Reduction initiatives. The platform improves connection to the many diverse communities the Alberta RCMP serves and encourages open and transparent communication with the public it services and its community partners.
The voluntary surveillance camera registry program, Parkland CAPTURE (Community Assisted Policing Through the Use of Recorded Evidence), is offered through our local RCMP detachment and covers properties and communities within the Parkland RCMP detachment area in Parkland County and Lac Ste Anne County.
In short, residents residents and businesses who have video surveillance, and are willing to share video camera footage when requested, can sign up. This initiative won’t replace officers from knocking on doors, but it will help officers track down video evidence in an ongoing criminal investigation in the area.
The program aims to reduce the time an officer needs to search for and gather video evidence when conducting an investigation. The Parkland CAPTURE program allows a person or business to upload a portion of the video requested. This allows the officer to evaluate the video footage before deciding to ask for a copy.
More information on the program is available on the Parkland CAPTURE website.
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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.
Citizens may report the following crimes online:
Incidents must also satisfy the following conditions to be reported online:
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.