The Fort Saskatchewan RCMP are seeking the public’s assistance in locating Zelma Chester (89yrs old). Chester who suffers from health issues was last seen at her residence in Lamont, Alta in the afternoon of April 7th, 2020. It is believed Chester departed her residence with her vehicle, however, her destination is unknown. […]
Morinville RCMP is looking to the public for help in finding those responsible for a rash of thefts from area vehicles. On April 6, the detachment received eight complaints from residents who had either witnessed the activity or been a victim themselves.
The RCMP says there has been a spike in COVID-19 related scams in Canada since the beginning of the month. The most common report police are receiving is fraudulent merchandise sales and phishing emails. […]
St. Albert RCMP are working hard at keeping the community informed while navigating through the COVID-19 pandemic. St. Albert detachment has seen a decrease in calls for service over the past week but anticipate as tensions begin to rise around safeguarding property, mental wellness due to self-isolating / distancing and the economic downturn […]
On March 18, 2020 the St. Albert RCMP Drug Unit, with assistance from St. Albert Crime Reduction Unit (CRU), St. Albert General investigation Unit (GIS) and St. Albert Traffic Services executed a Controlled Drug and Substances Act (CDSA) Search Warrant on an Edmonton property. […]
During these challenging times St. Albert RCMP are reminding the public that the police still have a job to do, including traffic enforcement. Whether it is Automated Traffic Enforcement or Police Officer Enforcement, St. Albert RCMP want the community to be safe and that includes when they are operating a motor vehicle. […]
St. Albert RCMP members are increasing their pro-active patrols throughout business areas and in city neighbourhoods, while business owners and the community follow Alberta Health Services direction to work remotely at home, self isolate and/or social distancing.
St. Albert RCMP want to raise attention to Fraud Prevention Month, whether the scam occurs via the internet, phone, mail or door-to-door, society needs to informed and vigilant. In 2019, there were over 46,000 frauds reported and $98 million lost to fraud in Canada.