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April 24th, 2017 Police received a complaint of a vehicle stunting in the east end of Camrose. Police located and stopped the vehicle and the male operator displayed signs of alcohol impairment. The male failed a roadside breath sample and was subsequently arrested and transported to Police headquarters. The male further provided two samples of his breath which were both over the legal limit. The...

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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

Fraud On March 22nd, 2017 a female suspect entered the Shoppers Drug Mart in Camrose and attempted to make a purchase with counterfeit $100 and $20 American currency. Police are requesting the publics assistance in identifying this suspect. If you know the identity of the suspect depicted in the photo above or have information please contact the  Camrose Police Service or Crime Stoppers and...

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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 selected Traffic Enforcement Program (STEP) for the month of April focuses on speed. Speed has been found to be a major contributing factor in serious injury and fatal collisions. Data indicates that speed related collisions begin to rise dramatically in April and carry through the remainder of the year. The speed limit within the City of Camrose is 50 km/h unless otherwise posted. Motorists...

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