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Police News

October 16, 2017 A Ford F350 that was stolen from Camrose on September 25th was recovered by the RCMP in St. Paul. The vehicle had significant damage and Police are continuing to investigate. Police received a complaint of a suspicious U-Haul truck parked on 49th street in the 5200 block. Checks with U-Haul indicated that the vehicle should be in B.C. With the number of vehicles being stolen...

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Welcome

Welcome

Welcome to the Camrose Police Service and thank you for taking this opportunity to learn more about us. The ever changing needs and diverse challenges of our community require that all of our Police Officers have the ability to think critically, respond tactically and behave ethically. Our employees are dedicated trained professionals that are committed to developing and implementing policing...

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Caught On Camera

Caught On Camera

Theft On September 17, 2017, at approximately 7:30 P.M., an unknown male entered the Wild Rose Co-op Gas Bar at 3901 – 48 Avenue, in Camrose, Alberta. The unknown male gathered various items, appearing to purchase them. The male then ran out of the store with the merchandise and entered a stolen gold minivan that was waiting at the rear of the business. The minivan has since been recovered in...

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Victim Services Unit

Victim Services Unit

“To aid and assist victims of crime and tragedy by providing a community support program in partnership with the Camrose Police Service and the Camrose RCMP.” Victim Services is many times thought of and described as “another arm of the Police,” providing the extra support victims need as they enter the legal maze. Our motto is “Support, Inform, Refer”. Support through the...

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Our History

Our History

When the Hamlet of Stoney Creek began to grow in population, the Dominion Government transferred their R.N.W.M.P. Detachment from Duhamel to Stoney Creek in 1904. Constable Blue Smith policed both the County and the Hamlet and later, the Village of Sparling. In 1905, the Hamlet of Stoney Creek was incorporated as the Village of Sparling. The Village Council appointed its own Constable, Charlie E....

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Selective Traffic Enforcement

Selective Traffic Enforcement

The Selective Traffic Enforcement Program for the month of March will be Occupant Restraints. Police will conduct check stops in various locations targeting not only seat belts, but also checking Child Occupant Restraints to ensure they are properly installed in the vehicle and that the child is in the appropriate seat / position. Infants under 1 year of age and under 22lbs (10kg) should remain...

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