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Resources
The following are website links and key information relating to crime prevention.

Procedure to Follow in the Event of a Crime:

  • If you see a crime, active suspicious activity, or an emergency situation of any kind, Dial 9-1-1.
  • If the suspect is gone, call 403-932-2211 (Cochrane) or 403-945-7267 (Airdrie) to report the incident - critical to inform the RCMP as soon as possible.
  • Observe, Record and Report any and all information of the suspicious activity such as descriptions of person(s), vehicle(s), and license plate number(s).
  • For your personal safety do NOT approach any suspect, vehicle or suspicious activity

RCMP Crime Map Click here to access the RCMP Crime Map for Cochrane and West Airdrie Area.
Click on the map to see the RCMP posted incidents in the area.

Website Links
Alberta Crime Prevention
Alberta Missing Persons
Alberta Police Reports
Cochrane Citizens on Patrol
Mountain View Bear Smart
RCMP Cochrane
RCMP Airdrie
Residential Schools Message
    Map of Residential Schools in Canada
Other Resources
Scams & Fraud, RCMP
APRCWA Poster Contest
APRCWA Newsletters
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EMERGENCY/ACTIVE CRIME
Call if you can.  Text if you can't.  We are a 9-1-1 community.

Click here to notify Rocky View County about bylaw infractions, lost animals, unsightly premises, traffic-related concerns, or other issues related to bylaw enforcement.

Click here to download the latest Rural Crime Watch App.

Alberta Rural Crime Watch Association promotes, involves, and identifies needs surrounding crime prevention. Kids Help Phone is Canada's only national 24-hour, bilingual and anonymous phone counselling, web counselling and referral service for children and youth. To report suspected poaching, call the toll free Report A Poacher line at 1-800-642-3800. The line can also be used for emergencies involving wildlife. If you have information about any crime, and you want to remain anonymous, you can send a tip to www.crimestopper.ab.ca. Click here.
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