RCMP

In Alberta, the Royal Canadian Mounted Police (RCMP) serves as the provincial police force, as is the case in all provinces except Ontario and Quebec. The RCMP enforces both provincial statutes and the Criminal Code of Canada. The Province of Alberta covers the expense of police services for all Alberta municipalities under 5,000 residents. 

The Morinville RCMP detachment serves both urban and rural areas. The area is policed 24 hours per day, 7 days per week.

Office hours:

Monday to Friday 8:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m.

Contact information:

In the case of an emergency call: 9-1-1
Complaints: 780-939-4520
Administration: 780-939-4550
Fax: 780-939-3774

Address:

Morinville RCMP Detachment
10512-101 Avenue,
Morinville, AB  T8R 1K9

Visit the Federal Royal Canadian Mounted Police website for more information.

Town of Legal Crime Map

Overview

The Town of Legal is committed to neighbourhood development, including innovative and responsive community policing.

Knowing the real picture of neighbourhood crime reported to the RCMP is the first step in doing something about it. Neighbourhood crime is more than just numbers; it’s about knowing where crime is happening.

The RCMP Public Crime Map is provided by the Alberta RCMP's mapping unit.

The Crime Map is updated daily, Monday to Friday by the RCMP.

For more information, please contact the Morinville RCMP:
PHONE:  780-939-4550

 

RCMP Crime Prevention Calendar

Alberta RCMP has introduced a newly developed Crime Prevention Calendar. This calendar will be used across Alberta for education and public outreach.

The calendar provides monthly themes that will inform their messaging, and partner messaging, throughout the year. Each month's theme was chosen based on a combination of statistics, seasonality and public perception of issues.

The crime prevention theme for September is business security and information tips.

Did you know

…theft costs retailers $3.6 billion per year, according to the Retail Council of Canada.

….the estimated cost of shoplifting is at least $200 per Canadian household annually.

…according to the International Cyber Security Protection Alliance, 69 per cent of Canadian business have been affected by a cyber-attack in the previous 12 month period, with phishing attempts being the most common form of attack across businesses.

…break and enter to businesses is one of the crimes we track as part of our CompStat process because it is a popular criminal activity among our local prolific offenders. Read more about how signal crimes and prolific offenders fit in to our crime reduction strategy.

Protect Yourself...Protect Your Community

Do...

  • invest in a quality security system and use it.
  • provide staff with customer service training. Friendly staff who greet and talk with customers can deter would-be criminals.
  • show that you take pride in your business. If tagged by graffiti remove as soon as possible.
  • train employees to recognize suspicious and criminal activity, how to respond safely and to report to police.
  • invest in quality exterior doors and locks. Exterior doors should be solid-core and secured by at least one deadbolt with a minimum 1 throw (throw is the part that extends into the door frame when locked).
  • pay attention to computer security. Anti-virus, spam filters and "anti-phishing" software can protect your information and your customers’ information.
  • be involved with your community by joining a BIA and stay informed of crime hotspots by following #CQCompStat on Twitter.

Don’t...

  • let your windows get covered up with ads and posters. The inside of your business should be visible from the street. 
  • ignore exterior landscaping. Keep hedges trimmed below 3’ and tree canopies about 7’ to ensure clear sight lines between your business and pedestrians on the street.
  • leave your employees and customers in the dark. Entrances should be well lit or lit by motion detector lights. Install anti-tampering cages over outdoor light fixtures to protect the light bulb.
  • help criminals by giving them access to the equipment they need to victimize your business. Lock up ladders and tools that could be used in a break-in, theft or robbery. 
  • leave cash on the premises outside of business hours.
  • assume your staff know not to click on links in suspicious or unsolicited emails. More information on protecting your business from frauds and scams

Public safety is everyone's responsibility—and it's easy. The best way to do your part for public safety is to get connected to your neighbourhood, pay attention to what is going on around you and report any criminal or suspicious activity to the police.

For more crime prevention tips, follow us on Facebook (@RCMPinAlberta) and Twitter (@RCMPAlberta).

Link to the Crime Prevention Calendar: http://www.rcmp.gc.ca/ab/crime-reduction-réduction-de-la-criminalité/crime-prevention-calendar.htm

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