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Police News

June 18, 2018 A male attended Police headquarters to report that an $1810 e-transfer was made from his bank account that he did not authorize. Police are investigating the fraud. A convenience store contacted Police regarding a male who was causing issues inside the store. Police located the male driving away and a traffic stop was conducted. Police also checked store video surveillance which...

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Monthly Crime Analysis

Monthly Crime Analysis

Below you will find links to our monthly crime analysis reports. Please click the links to get access to the appropriate report. May 2018 Monthly Crime Bulletin April 2018 Monthly Crime Bulletin March 2018 Monthly Crime Bulletin February 2018 Monthly Crime Bulletin January 2018 Monthly Crime Bulletin Check back monthly for an up-to-date report for the given...

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Caught On Camera

Caught On Camera

Theft On April 18, 2018 at approximately 11:08 P.M an unknown female stole fuel with a Nissan Extera or Armada from the Fas Gas located at 5807 48 Avenue, Camrose, Alberta. Photos of the suspect and the involved vehicle are below, 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...

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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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Eyes on Camrose

Eyes on Camrose

“Eyes on Camrose” is a new community awareness program that is designed for you. It is designed for each member of our community because we all play a part in ensuring that our families reside in a safe city. The program will highlight several different initiatives that enable each us to be involved. Eyes on Camrose encourages awareness. It encourages us to be more aware of our...

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Selective Traffic Enforcement

Selective Traffic Enforcement

JUNE Our traffic safety focus for the month of June is Commercial/Passenger Vehicle Safety. There are more than 25,258 National Safety Code carriers in Alberta operating more than 145,290 commercial vehicles. Sharing the road with larger vehicles can be dangerous if you are not aware of their limitations. Commercial vehicles take longer to stop, have large blind spots and may not see you, and...

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