As Alberta’s provincial police service, the RCMP provides assistance to more than 1.5 million Albertans at the federal, provincial and municipal level.

The RCMP work at the community, provincial, territorial, and federal levels to:

  • prevent crime
  • enforce the law
  • investigate offences
  • keep Canadians, and their interests, safe and secure
  • assist Canadians in emergency situations/incidents

The health, safety and well-being of Parkland County residents is a top priority and because of our vast size, we receive policing from the RCMP. The RCMP have three detachments servicing Parkland County.

Drayton Valley

5409 Industrial Rd.
Drayton Valley, AB

General Inquiries: 780-542-4456



4904 51st Ave.
Evansburg, AB

General Inquiries: 780-727-4446



91 Campsite Road
Spruce Grove AB 

Non-Emergency Line: 825-220-7267


RCMP Crime Map

The RCMP has created a crime map to show areas where crime has occurred recently. You can select an area of interest by clicking on the map and zooming in. Select a date range and up to six crime categories to plot on the map. The points on the map are not placed at the exact location of the crime; they are placed at nearby intersections or regions.


RCMP Programs
(Community Assisted Policing Through the Use of Recorded Evidence)
  • You can help protect your property, your family, and your community by registering your security cameras with the Capture Program. Residents and businesses who have video surveillance systems, and are willing to share video camera footage when requested, can sign up. 
  • The program helps Parkland RCMP to solve crime faster by greatly reducing the time an officer needs to search for and gather video evidence. Video evidence increases the chance of a successful prosecution and acts as a deterrent for repeat offences.
  • The program covers the Parkland RCMP detachment areas within Parkland County and Lac Ste Anne County. Providing video footage is voluntary and resident information is kept confidential. 
Engrave it to Save It

Catalytic converters are being stolen at an alarming rate across Canada. Engraving your catalytic converter with a portion of your Vehicle Identification Number serves as a deterrent and makes it traceable in the event of theft. Participating businesses in partnership with Rural Crime Watch, the Stony Plain and District Crime Prevention Association and the Parkland RCMP are working together to help reduce catalytic converter theft. 


Participating Businesses
Ask a customer service representative at the following participating businesses about Engrave it to Save it:

Alberta Beach
  • Jack's Mechanical 
  • Wicked Automotive  
Spruce Grove
  • Fountain Tire 
  • OK Tire
  • Bluenose Automotive
Stony Plain
  • Stony Auto 
  • Tirecraft
  • Mewassin Auto
  • Binx Auto
  • Country Auto
  • Grand Tire and Auto
Mobile App

Launched in 2022, the free RCMP smartphone app provides easy access to Alberta Police and Public Safety information. 

Go to RCMP Mobile App for iPhone

Go to RCMP Mobile App for Android 

Online Crime Reporting
The goal for the Alberta RCMP is to make sure all crime is reported, no matter how small.  This provides the most accurate crime data and allows resources to be deployed in the areas that need it most.
Victims Services
Stony Plain and Spruce Grove Victim Services is a non-profit, volunteer organization that provides crisis response and support to victims of crime through the Parkland RCMP Detachment.