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What's happening in your neighbourhood? 

If you would like to volunteer or see what crime prevention activities are happening in your area, visit our Resources and Partnerships section to learn more. For the latest news on crime prevention, criminal activity, and what our enforcement officers have been doing to make Parkland County a safer place, visit the Enforcement Page at YourParkland. 

Report It!

 To report a situation that requires the help of our peace officers, please use our online County Concerns tool or call 780-968-8400.

Crime Prevention

Parkland County Enforcement Services is aware of resident concerns about rural crime and has identified crime prevention as a key area of focus. Crime prevention requires the involvement of all stakeholders – including residents and business owners.  

Property Awareness Assessment 

Enforcement Services offers a free Property Awareness Assessment of residential and business properties within Parkland County. A specially trained Officer can visit your property and conduct an inspection to provide tips and ideas on how to make your property safer with the use of Crime Prevention Through Environmental Design principles.

Collision Reporting

If you are involved in a collision within the Parkland RCMP detachment service area (including City of Spruce Grove, Town of Stony Plain, and Parkland County), it must be reported at the Spruce Grove Collision Reporting Centre (36 Fifth Avenue Spruce Grove, inside the Protective Services Building).

Effective November 17, 2023, the Parkland RCMP detachment no longer processes collision reports. Collisions must be reported in person at the Spruce Grove Collision Reporting Centre, weekdays between 8:30 AM and 4:30 PM

A Collision Reporting Centre is an independently owned and operated facility where members of the public can report traffic collisions to meet provincial legal requirements and insurance needs. The Spruce Grove Collision Reporting Centre is operated by Accident Support Services International Ltd. and is not managed or operated by the City of Spruce Grove.

A collision must be reported if:

  • The combined damage to all vehicles and property involved is more than $5000
  • There are injuries, even minor

Important: the collision must be reported to the closest collision reporting centre to where the collision occurred – not the location closest to your home address.

For more information, visit the Spruce Grove Collision Reporting Centre website operated by Accident Support Services International Ltd.

Neighbouring Jurisdictions

Parkland County has numerous communities near neighbouring jurisdictions. Please click the links below to learn more about enforcement in neighbouring jurisdictions. 


Resources & Partnerships

Parkland County has a variety of partnerships with organizations working within the community.