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Royal Canadian Mounted Police
In 1998, the town enhanced the province-wide, 911 emergency-call system to better serve its citizens. Dialing 911 will enable residents to access any emergency service 24 hours a day.
Drayton Valley is proudly served by a 19 member Detachment of the Royal Canadian Mounted Police comprised of 9 municipal general duty members, 7 rural general duty members and 3 general investigation section (GIS) members. A Community/School Resource Officer has also been added as of May 2016.
Staff Sergeant M.F Callihoo detachment commander Drayton Valley RCMP has written a Crime Prevention Series and they are available by clicking the link:
Normal detachment business hours are 8:00am to 4:30pm. General public fingerprinting (Visa, etc) are on Wednesdays 9:00am to 4:00pm only. The detachment is closed for public inquiries on all weekends(Saturday and Sunday) and statutory holidays.
For matter requiring URGENT police response and/or attendance dial 911 or (780) 542-4456
For non urgent matters please call (780) 542-4457 during business hours. This line is not monitored 24/7 and any messages left will be responded to by the following business day.
If you wish to learn more about the Royal Canadian Mounted Police, please visit: www.rcmp.gc.ca
The Drayton Valley RCMP Department defines each year some areas of focus for 2016/2017 which do include:
- Impaired Driving Enforcement
- Property Crime Suppression and Education
- Prolific Offender Identification Management
These are some areas that are being focused on along with the regular duties that are part of our RCMP detachment in our area.
The Drayton Valley RCMP detachment averages around 6,000 calls for service each year, ranging from criminal code investigations to community bylaw matters.
Policing Survey 2016
During the spring of 2016 the Town of Drayton Valley conducted an online survey through Survey Monkey by asking residents and non residents to offer feedback on areas of their perceived concern in our community.
The Town of Drayton Valley will be looking to the community in the future to provide feedback on policing in the community to ensure there is a well rounded approach to having a safe and healthy community.