Due to the ongoing local and provincial response to the Covid-19 pandemic, Chestermere RCMP have implemented some proactive precautionary measures at the local detachment.
Until further notice, the front doors of the Chestermere RCMP detachment will be locked but the detachment is still open for business. Our administration staff will be in the building and service will continue but we ask that you call 403-204-8777 and press “0” to speak with our staff for assistance.
These measures will permit our staff to address concerns and deal with priority matters while limiting direct or close contact. Chestermere RCMP will continue to ensure the safety of our residents and delivery of professional police services.
Please call 403-204-8777 and press “0” to speak with our staff during business hours before you come to the detachment in person. Our staff will provide you with instructions as you may not need to attend the detachment to receive service.
If you are feeling unwell, do not come to the detachment in person.
The Chestermere RCMP would like to thank the public in advance for their patience and support.
If your matter is an emergency, dial 911.
For non-urgent matters, please call the non-emergency complaint line at 403-204-8900 or email KChestermereService@rcmp-grc.gc.ca.
For routine administrative matters or requests for information please call the detachment administration line at 403-204-8777 and press “0” to speak with our staff.
If you need to speak to a police officer in person for non-emergency matters, please call the detachment administration line during business hours. For after hour service, please contact the non-emergency complaint line.
Criminal Record Checks will be completed on a case by case basis. Priority will be given to employment or urgent criminal record requests.
Call the Chestermere RCMP detachment administration line at 403-204-8777 and press “0” to speak with one of our staff who will provide further instruction.
If your personal attendance is required, please be prepared to answer screening questions to ensure the health and wellness of our clients and staff.
If you have been involved in a collision and are injured or your vehicle is not driveable, please dial 911.
If you have been involved in non-injury collision with damage over $2,000, or have been directed to report, please contact the Chestermere Detachment administration line first at 403-204-8777 and press “0” to speak with our staff. You may not need to attend in person.
Instruction will be provided on how to report your collision and collect relevant information to process your request.
If your attendance is required, our staff will provide instruction on when and how to attend. Please be prepared to answer screening questions to ensure the health and wellness of our clients and staff.
Crime Stats and Reports
- September Crime Stats
- August Crime Stats
- July Crime Stats
- June Crime Stats
- May Crime Stats
- April Crime Stats
- Q4 Report (January - March 31 2021)
- March Crime Stats
- February Crime Stats
- January Crime Stats
- January Crime Stats - Chestermere
- March Crime Stats - Chestermere
- April Crime Stats - Chestermere
- May Crime Stats - Chestermere
- June Crime Stats - Chestermere
- Q1 Report (April 1 - June 30 2020)
- July Crime Stats - Chestermere
- August Crime Stats - Chestermere
- September Crime Stats - Chestermere
- Q2 Report (July - September 30 2020)
- October Crime Stats - Chestermere
- November Crime Stats - Chestermere
- December Crime Stats - Chestermere
- Q3 Report (October - December 31 2020)
VEHICLE THEFT IS A PROBLEM
Each year thousands of vehicles are stolen in Alberta. In 2017 more than 24,000 vehicles were stolen in Alberta which represented 29% of all stolen vehicles across the country. On average this accounts for 68 vehicle thefts each day.
As an added crime prevention measure the Chestermere RCMP has created the Security Screw Program.
Residents of Chestermere can attend the Chestermere RCMP Detachment or one of the participating locations to have a security screw installed at no charge.
The security screw is supplied by a loss prevention company with a proprietary bit. These bits are not available for purchase at retail stores.
Once installed, property criminals will have difficulty removing a license plate without detection or causing noticeable damage to the license plate. Most of whom will likely move on.
When your vehicle is sold or you want to remove your license plate, simply attend the Chestermere RCMP Detachment or participating location to have it removed.
Chestermere CAPTURE Program
The Chestermere CAPTURE (Community Assisted Policing Through Use of Recorded Evidence) program is a voluntary camera registry that records the locations of security cameras in Chestermere.
The purpose of the program is to build a registry of private security camera locations to assist in police investigations.
Often, private security cameras capture evidence that can be used to help solve a crime. If an incident happens, Chestermere RCMP can view the list of camera locations, and contact the registered camera owners.
By providing Chestermere RCMP with the location of your home or business security camera, you could be helping to shorten the required time for investigations and providing key information to help hold people responsible for committing crimes.
- Registering your camera is voluntary
- Multiple cameras can be registered
- RCMP do not have access to your cameras
- The registry provides RCMP with a list of cameras only and they will ask users for permission to view footage if there has been a crime in the area
- Joining the registry does not mean you are obligated to give access or share your footage. By registering, you are only providing the location of your camera
- If a crime occurs in your area and the RCMP contacts you to inquire about your camera footage, you can either provide the RCMP with footage OR view the footage yourself and advise officers if you have captured evidence that you can share
- This registry information is not shared publicly - it is only accessible by the Chestermere RCMP
- You can withdraw your information at any time.
Register at chestermerecapture.ca
Chestermere RCMP Crime Map
To view on your mobile device, please click here.
After you open the webpage, accept the terms & conditions and press the two small white arrows (then the summary tool will be hidden) and you can view the map.
Water Safety Program:
The goal of the Chestermere RCMP water safety program is to ensure all residents and visitors are safe in their lake use. Our enhanced boat patrols are in place to check vessel compliance, educate lake users on safe operation, deter unsafe operation habits, and when required enforce applicable legislation on the lake.
If unsafe vessel operation is occurring or if an offence has been committed, please contact the Chestermere RCMP to make a report through the non emergency complaint line at 403-204-8900; or dial 911 in the case of an emergency.
Learn more about the Water Safety Program here.
Learn more about the Marine Safety Decal Program here
The Chestermere Detachment has 17 full-time members and four administrative staff. Additionally numerous specialized RCMP sections are available to support the Chestermere RCMP Detachment members on a call-by-call basis and include:
The Chestermere RCMP detachment also works closely with other RCMP detachments including the Strathmore detachment.
Learn more about the importance of locking your car to prevent theft in our brochure.