Police priorities

Each year, RCMP and Enforcement Services establish policing and municipal enforcement priorities to ensure their members focus on issues the public identifies as important.

Online community information session

Join RCMP Officer in Charge Supt. Dale Kendall and RCMP and Enforcement Services Director Tom Sutton for a community information session on police and enforcement services opportunities in Strathcona County, as well as an opportunity for questions.

Thursday, March 3, 2022, 7 p.m. to 8 p.m. 

Join the online meeting using Microsoft Teams platform.

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2022 priorities

Thank you to all who participated in the January 2022 survey. Your input will inform these policing priorities. A summary report of the survey will be posted soon.

2021 priorities

In 2021, Strathcona County RCMP focused on: 

  1. Enhance road safety – other provincial offences 
  2. Prevent and reduce the impacts of persons and property crime 
  3. Communicate effectively – Build and maintain positive relations within the community 

In addition to priorities, responses to calls for service help the departments allocate resources for the year. Statistics, crime trends and community partner and stakeholder input are also considered.  

Community involvement

By collaborating with the community on priorities and planning, RCMP and Enforcement Services is better able to support community safety, resiliency and overall well-being while reducing crime and other harmful social impacts.

RCMP and Enforcement Services work together to ensure Strathcona County is a safe community to live, work and play. They are integrated in the overall responsibility for public safety, law enforcement, evidence gathering, support for victims of crime, traffic enforcement, and education and public awareness through community policing.

Together, they are committed to preserving the peace, upholding the law and providing quality service in partnership with the community.

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Last updated: Thursday, February 17, 2022
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