Red Deer County Enforcement / Royal Canadian Mounted Police
County Enforcement Officers are mandated, through their appointment as Bylaw Officers and Community Peace Officers, to enforce Red Deer County Bylaws and selected provincial statutes.
Enforcement priorities are the protection of the county road infrastructure, safe movement of traffic throughout the County, and assisting the County Development Department in the enforcement of the Land Use Bylaw.
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Our County Enforcement has an excellent working relationship with the 5 RCMP Detachments who police Red Deer County - Blackfalds, Innisfail, Olds, Sylvan Lake, and Three Hills. Much consultation has occurred at the administrative level as well, ensuring that all areas of the County are receiving the same levels of service.
Red Deer County and Blackfalds RCMP Policing Advisory Committee (PAC)
On September 16, 2014 the Red Deer County and Blackfalds RCMP Policing Advisory Committee was formed. This Committee has been fashioned to be an information gathering group to find potential trends in criminal activity occurring within the Blackfalds RCMP detachment area within Red Deer County.
A partnership to create a safe community and environment for all.
A community driven, problem solving committee working with law enforcement and other partners with a balanced approach, focusing on improved communications and public education to ensure our communities and residents remain safe.
Red Deer County residents who live within the Blackfalds RCMP detachment area are encouraged to email the Policing Advisory Committee at firstname.lastname@example.org with crime related information that is taking place within the detachment area.
Check out the RCMP Detachment Areas map located below in Other Links to see which detachment area you live in.
Dog Bylaw Enforcement
Dog complaints and inquiries may be directed to County Patrol at 403.343.6301.
To report animal abuse or neglect, contact SPCA at 1.800.455.9003 or visit the Alberta SPCA's website