RCMP & Crime Prevention Programs
The Royal Canadian Mounted Police (RCMP) detachment in Whitecourt is served by 14 Municipal Members, 3 Provincial Members, 5 support staff and various guards, matrons, and auxiliary constables. Whitecourt also provides the command centre for Provincial Traffic Services and is home to a number of highway patrol staff.
The Whitecourt RCMP Detachment, located at 4244 42 Avenue, is open:
The mailing address for the Whitecourt RCMP Detachment is Box 537, Whitecourt AB T7S 1N6.
Contact the RCMP at the numbers below or visit the RCMP website at: www.rcmp-grc.gc.ca.
|Administration and Information
Civil fingerprinting (only done on Wednesdays) (Fingerprints for travel visas, record suspensions (AKA pardons), employment, and immigration)
Criminal Records Checks
Vulnerable Sector Screening
*Note: Volunteer Criminal Record Checks/Vulnerable Sector Screenings may take up to two weeks to process
French services available.
RCMP Crime map
A new online tool, the RCMP Crime Map enables us to share up-to-date information on criminal incidents. Neighbourhood crime isn’t just about numbers; it’s about knowing where crime is happening in our region. This new tool gives residents an opportunity to be an extra set of eyes and ears for the Whitecourt RCMP.
To report suspicious activity, contact the RCMP Administration Line at 780-778-5900.
Eagle Tower Victim Services
Eagle Tower Victim Services provides unbiased support, information, and referrals to victims of crime or tragedy. In addition, we provide court orientation/preparation to victims or witnesses. Our services are confidential and are available 24 hours a day, 7 days per week.
Crime Prevention Programs
Whitecourt Town Council is committed to providing high quality and innovative services to keep our community healthy and safe. This will be achieved through crime prevention initiatives, effective safety planning, and practical patrol strategies.
Get Reel Video Contest
Whitecourt launched the Get Reel Video contest in 2016, and awarded prizes to 3 submissions in early 2017. The contest was open to local students (grades 9 to 12) from Hilltop and St. Joseph School. Youth were asked to produce a 3-5 minute video on one of three trending topics: fentanyl, meth and date rape. Congratulations to all the winners - and thank you to everyone that participated!