The Fort Saskatchewan RCMP is dedicated to protect and serve the citizens of Fort Saskatchewan and surrounding rural areas under our jurisdiction. We are committed to our role in making this community safer for all of its residents through the prevention and reduction of crime, in partnership with our community.

For all policing information and questions call our non-emergency/administration line at 780-997-7900 or to file a complaint, please call 780-992-6100.

During an emergency, dial 9-1-1. When a life is at stake, 9-1-1 is the fastest way to get the help you need.


Front Counter hours of operation are Monday-Sunday: 8:00am – 7:00pm.

Services, fees and charges

We accept cash, debit and credit as payment for any services provided at the Fort Saskatchewan Detachment.

View all Protective Services Fees and Charges

Collision Reporting

Do you need police at the scene of a motor vehicle collision?

If there is a serious injury or fatality, or if drugs or alcohol are involved, call 911. If any involved vehicle is not drivable or if any driver fails to produce registration or insurance, call the RCMP complaint line 780-992-6100. If the vehicles are drivable and the above factors don't apply, you don't need police at the scene.

Do you need to report a collision to police after the fact?

You must make a police report after the collision if there is any injury, even a minor one, or if there appears to be $2,000 or more in damage (if you aren't sure, get an estimate first).

Exchange information with the other driver:

You need to exchange registration, insurance and drivers' license information with the other driver(s). If you have a cell phone, it's easiest to take photographs of that information. Make sure to also take pictures of the damage to all involved vehicles and the collision location noting direction of travel.

Reporting a Hit and Run

If you are the victim of a hit and run, report it to the police. If you have already moved your vehicle, please attend the detachment to report the hit and run. If you see the other vehicle, record its make, model, and license plate number – partial license plates may be useful.

Crime Mapping

The City of Fort Saskatchewan is committed to neighbourhood development, including innovative and responsive community policing, which is why the Community Crime Map was developed.

Knowing the real picture of neighbourhood crime reported to the RCMP is the first step in doing something about it. Neighbourhood crime is more than just numbers; it's about knowing where crime is happening.

View the Community Crime Map

False Alarms

A police false alarm means the activation of an alarm system, via an alarm signal, that results in the dispatch of the Royal Canadian Mounted Police (RCMP) where unauthorized entry, attempted unauthorized entry or a police emergency does not exist. False alarms can happen at both commercial and residential premises. To help reduce the incidence of police false alarms, the City of Fort Saskatchewan adopted an Alarm System Bylaw.

Refer to Part 4 of the Alarm System Bylaw for a listing of Enforcement Penalties.

How to avoid police false alarms

  • Contact your alarm company with instructions to contact you or another person, via cell phone, before having permission to contact the RCMP.
  • Ensure your contact information is up to date with your alarm company.
  • Have your alarm system serviced regularly.
  • Discuss with the alarm company what circumstances will determine whether the RCMP are dispatched (i.e. 2 separate alarm triggers, only multi-zone triggers, glass break, etc.)
  • Ensure all people who have access to your home or business are aware of the alarm protocols.
  • Drafts may cause curtains, plants or decorations to set off motion detectors.
  • Motion detectors can be very sensitive to false alarms. Ensure animals and other objects moved easily by airflow are secured.

Police Information Check

The Fort Saskatchewan RCMP offer Police Information Checks for applicants seeking to volunteer and/or are seeking employment with agencies that require a Criminal Record Check or a Vulnerable Sector Check.

Visit the RCMP website to find out more about Criminal Record Checks.

Requirements for a Criminal Record Check:

  • 2 pieces of government issued ID, one must have photo ID
  • At least 1 piece of documentation to show you are a resident of our jurisdiction (example: ID or a bill with your name and mailing address on it)
  • Methods of Payment: cash, debit, credit

Criminal Record Check Fees



Individual Criminal Record Check


Family Rate (must be present together at time of check)


Non-Resident Criminal Record Check


Vulnerable Sector Check – with Fingerprints

($50.00 Receiver General fee – cash only
$25.50 City fee)

Volunteer Criminal Record Check

FREE with original signed letter from Organization

Student Criminal Record Check

FREE with valid Student ID

Under 18 Criminal Record Check


Fingerprinting Services

The Fort Saskatchewan RCMP provides digital fingerprints for civil purposes.


  • Two pieces of government issued identification, one must have photo
  • At least 1 piece of documentation to show you are a resident of our jurisdiction (example: ID or a bill with your name and mailing address on it)
  • Methods of Payment: cash, debit, credit



Fingerprints - Regular, Real Estate, Insurance or Security

($50.00 RCMP fee – cash only 
$25.50 City fee)

Fingerprints - Canadian Citizenship, Permanent Residency to Canada or Immigration to Canada