Rural Crime Mapping
RCMP Crime Mapping for the County of Northern Lights area is now available for viewing. The Crime Map enables residents to access current and verified information regarding criminal incidents in their area. Equipped with accurate information, Alberta RCMP hopes citizens will use the map to develop sound crime prevention habits for their families and their communities and encourage citizens to report suspicious activities.
How does the Crime Map Work?
- The RCMP crime map displays reports of criminal incidents as received by the RCMP within the last 14 days.
- Crime types presented on the map include: theft from motor vehicle, theft of motor vehicle, break and enter, theft over/under $5,000, mischief and missing persons reports.
- These crime types were selected as information to help develop local crime prevention strategies.
- In the interest of privacy, the exact location of each crime occurrence is not plotted. Locations are estimated to a nearby road.
Where can I find the Crime Map?
- You can access the map here.
- Please note that you will need to agree to the Terms and Conditions pop up before you are able to access the map.
I have information related to a crime, what do I do?
- You can provide information related to a crime by calling your local RCMP detachment;
- Grimshaw: 780-332-4666
- Manning: 780-836-3007
- Peace River: 780-624-6611
- or through Crime Stoppers 1-800-222-TIPS (8477)
- If it is an emergency, call 911
Where can I find Crime Prevention Tips?