About RCMP

The Royal Canadian Mounted Police (RCMP) is Canada's national police service providing police service to the City of Leduc and the surrounding rural areas located in Leduc County to ensure safe communities for all residents to live, work and play.

Leduc RCMP work under a ‘post system’ concept which is a seamless and co-ordinated delivery of policing services across municipal boundaries that integrates municipal and provincial resources.

The Leduc detachment is very active in the community, participating with various initiatives such as Leduc and District Victim Services, Citizens on Patrol, Rural Crime Watch, Youth Justice Committee, Leduc Community Drug Action Committee, RCMP Auxiliaries Program, School Resource Officer, Crime Stoppers, Bike Patrol, and the Family Violence Prevention Team.


Statistics

An annual update is provided to Leduc City Council, along with touch point updates:

Top 10 file types based on count in 2018:

  • 564 – False alarms
  • 473 – MVC - Property damage
  • 450 – Suspicious person/ vehicle/ property
  • 443 – Mischief
  • 353 – Assisting other enforcement agencies
  • 315 – 911 Act - offences only
  • 307 – Municipal bylaws
  • 306 – Assist Canadian police (non-RCMP)
  • 256 – Lost/found items
  • 255 – Mental Health Act

Top 10 files based on percentage of workload in 2018:

  • 5.4% - Mental Health Act
  • 4.9% - Impaired operation by alcohol of a motor vehicle
  • 4.5% - Assault
  • 4.29% - 911 Act
  • 3.94% - MVC property damage
  • 3.69% - Mischief
  • 3.61% - Assistance Provincial/Territorial departments
  • 3.36% - Disturbing the peace
  • 3.34% - Fraud less than or equal to $5,000
  • 3.13% - Assist Canadian police (non-RCMP)

Contact Information

  • Emergencies call 9-1-1
  • Non emergencies call 780-980-RCMP (7267)
  • Administration line 780-980-7200