Royal Canadian Mounted Police
The RCMP, Canada's national police service, provides 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 – a seamless and coordinated delivery of policing services across municipal boundaries that integrates municipal and provincial resources.
The Leduc and District RCMP detachment is very active in the community, participating with various initiatives such as 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.
Crime Prevention - don't be a target!
The Leduc RCMP, in partnership with Leduc County, City of Leduc, Rural Crime Watch and the Leduc Nighthawks, want to help citizens create a safer home environment for themselves and their families that will also detract from unwanted criminal activity.
The increase in property crime is by criminals looking for an easy way to get stuff so they can make money. This includes vehicle thefts while also looking for items that are not easily traceable to sell. Some examples include refundable recyclables, copper wire and other metals, guns and ammunition, some tools, small electronics and appliances, and jewelry.
In the coming days, we'll be posting important information to help you become less of a target and how to protect your assets.
Leduc RCMP Policing Priorities 2016-2017
- Impaired driving
- Major property crime
- Illegal drug related offences
- Criminal record check
- Police certificate
- Vulnerable sector check
- Report a crime
- General information
- Non-emergency complaints
Criminal Record Checks
- Volunteer Position - need a letter stating if a vulnerable sector (working with any vulnerable person) is required or not
- Rural Resident - No charge
- City Resident - $30 (exact cash)
- You need 2 pieces of identification required - one being photo with current address
- You must live in Leduc or Leduc County to have a Criminal Record Check completed by Leduc RCMP
- Get an estimate before completing collision statement
- Total damage (combined) under $2,000 doesn't need to be reported to RCMP
- Hit and runs always need to be reported
- To acquire a copy of your collision report, visit the Government of Albert Public Website. You will be required to provide: Case (TSS) Number, Police File Number, and the Officer's Badge (Reg) Number.
Hours of Operation
Monday, Tuesday & Friday: 8am - 4:30pm
Wednesday & Thursday: 8am - 7pm
Saturday & Sunday: CLOSED
Tuesday, Wednesday & Thursday: 8am - 4pm
Fingerprinting costs $25 (exact cash only)
- Emergency: 911
- Administration: 780-980-7200
- Non-Urgent Complaint Line: 780-980-7267
- Victim Services: 780-980-7232
>> Leduc RCMP 2016 Annual Report to City Council
>> Fire Services
>> Emergency Management
>> Alberta Traffic Safety Plan
>> Royal Canadian Mounted Police Official Website
>> Leduc Victim Services
>> Canadian Crime Stoppers