“We are encouraging all Albertans to report eligible crimes (select property crimes under $5,000) because reporting less serious crime online helps emergency call takers and frontline members focus their time on high-priority calls. ” […]
It’s time to start thinking about holiday shopping, and during the pandemic, people have been doing more and more shopping online. With Black Friday and Cyber Monday coming up this month, we would like to remind people to protect their personal and financial information when purchasing things online.
Alberta RCMP spent the long weekend of May 15 to 18 focused on speeding, distracted and impaired driving. During that period, RCMP issued more than 1,700 speeding tickets and more than 50 distracted driving tickets. […]
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. […]
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. […]
The Edson RCMP General Investigation Section (GIS) has been actively investigating suspicious fires at Edson Chrysler Dodge Jeep on Dec. 9, 2019; a vehicle fire in Edson on Dec. 9, 2019; the KW Pet Store in Whitecourt, Alta., on Dec. 26, 2019; Edson Honda on Dec. 30, 2019; and the Petro Canada in Niton Junction on Feb. 23, 2020. […]
A security company alerted St. Albert RCMP to a suspicious male trying to open vehicle’ doors and crawling under vehicles at 190 Carleton Drive on Friday night. The incident occurred around 1:30 a.m. […]