RCMP Community Programs

The Fort Saskatchewan RCMP is in partnership with many other programs and organizations that assist us in the daily work of serving our community.

Anti-Fraud Center

Anti-Fraud Center plays a key role in educating the public about specific fraudulent telemarketing pitches, credit fraud, identify theft and telephone fraud.

Citizens on Patrol (COP)

Alberta Citizens on Patrol Association (ACOPA) is a program aimed at reducing crime in the community through active participation of citizens in crime prevention.

Crime Stoppers

Crime Stoppers is a community crime prevention organization that rewards anonymous tipsters while supporting law enforcement partners to solve and stop crime.


Drug Abuse Resistance Education (D.A.R.E.) is a comprehensive prevention education program designed to equip school children with skills to recognize and resist social pressures to experiment with tobacco, alcohol, other drugs and violence.

Families First Society

Fort Saskatchewan's Families First Society is a charitable organization serving families through early childhood development, parenting programs and family support.

Policing Committee

The Policing Committee retains the responsibility to ensure that the community receives adequate policing.


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Rural Crime Watch

The Alberta Rural Crime Watch is a cooperative community effort aimed at reducing crime in rural Alberta. It is based on the observation that crime is least likely to occur in a community where people are alert to the potential for crime and willing to look out for each other and work closely with their police force.

Victim Services

Fort Saskatchewan Victim Services is a non-profit organization governed by a board of Directors. The team consists of trained staff and volunteer advocates who work in conjunction with police officers to assist victims of crime or tragedy in the Fort Saskatchewan R.C.M.P. Detachment area.