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Police News

February 19, 2018 A local licensed premise contacted Police regarding a male who had left the business after consuming alcohol and that he appeared to be very emotional. The male was located by Police in an intoxicated state and was making comments that he was going to harm himself. The male was arrested and lodged. A few hours following his release Police received another call from someone...

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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 & Fraud On December 18, 2017, at approximately 0300 hrs, an unknown suspect(s) entered the attached garage of a residence in Camrose and stole a 2006 GMC Yukon. The vehicle is black in color and had an Alberta licence plate “KITCAT1” attached. The victim’s wallet was in the Yukon at the time of theft. Police have determined an unknown male then used the debit card...

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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 February will focus on distracted driving.  Research indicates that driver distraction contributes to 20 to 30 per cent of all collisions and distracted drivers are three times more likely to be involved in a collision than attentive drivers. Distracted driving literally impairs your driving ability. Highlights: Restricts drivers...

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