Your Resource to Take Action
Rural crime rates remain high in Alberta, leaving communities on edge and overwhelmed. The Alberta Provincial Rural Crime Watch Association wants to help reduce crime in rural areas and to create a more thorough understanding and awareness of the law and best safety practices. Protecting Alberta’s rural communities is a collective responsibility. The Alberta Provincial Rural Crime Watch Association provides opportunities and resources for citizens to take action in protecting what’s most important to them. Together with local RCMP detachments, we create a strong awareness, expand law presence and help reduce crime.
Take the Step to Prevent Crime
1.Find a Chapter Near You
There are already a number of chapters established throughout Alberta. You can find a chapter near you, or even start a new chapter.
The Alberta Provincial Rural Crime Watch Association provides you with the knowledge and tools to help you and your community.
3.Prevent and Reduce Crime
By collaborating with APRCWA and our partners you can prevent and in the long run, reduce crime to keep your rural community safe.
Read The Latest Bulletins
July 22, 2021
Alberta RCMP is raising awareness of new Covid-19 related fraud in Alberta. The pandemic has led to new types of scams, from March 2020 to February 2021, there were over 10,700 reports in Alberta RCMP jurisdictions
July 12, 2021
Given these troubling discoveries at and near residential schools, the RCMP is asking for the help of Rural Crime Watch and Citizens on Patrol partners to be vigilant and report any suspicious activities. Find out more in this message from the Alberta RCMP