Strathmore RCMP

Office Hours 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.

Contact Information

Staff Sgt. Kevin O'Dwyer
Emergency: 911
To report a non-emergent incident/complaint: 403-934-3535
Administrative matters: 403-934-3968

Strathmore Provincial Court: 934-2151 - open the first four Monday’s & Tuesday’s of the month
 
Road Conditions & Closures (AMA - as not provided by RCMP): 1-877-262-4997
 
Firearms Queries: 1-800-731-4000 or www.cfc-ccaf.gc.ca
 
Tenant / Landlord Disputes: 1-877-427-4088
 

RCMP Information


Criminal Record Checks
  • MUST reside in detachment area
  • $25 (check with RCMP for changes to fees)

Ticket Payments & Court Fines
  • Must be paid at the court house, will not be accepted by RCMP

Programs

For information on the following programs please contact our administrative line or attend the detachment:
  • Citizens on Patrol
  • Police Familiarization Program (Ride-Along), for those interested in joining the RCMP

Strathmore 2016 Year End Statistics

Strathmore Regional Victim Services Society

Strathmore Regional Victim Services Society provides support, information and referrals to victims of crime and tragedy in Strathmore, Chestermere and Gleichen areas.
 
At the time of the incident, we provide a listening ear, comfort and reassurance. We provide information about programs for victims of crime, such as the Financial Benefits Program, the Victim Impact Statement Program, and the Requesting Restitution Program.
 
Victim Services advocates are trained volunteers that provide the above services to victims. If you are a victim of crime or tragedy, or would like to know more about becoming a victim services advocates, contact Strathmore Regional Victim Services at 403-934-6552. Please click here to their website. www.strathmoreregionalvictimservices.com

Public Advisory

17 August 2017
Starting Wed., Aug. 16th the Kinsmen Lake water level will temporarily drop 1.85 metres to install and conceal the storm Read More...
16 August 2017
The intersection of Second Ave. and Second St. will be closed to all traffic for approximately two to three days Read More...
1 August 2017
Moderate Fire Danger. Strathmore’s Fire Department advises residents that a more restrictive fire ban may be coming or that Read More...
18 January 2017
Black knot has been noticed on the trees in the Strathmore area. It is a fungus that grows on trees Read More...

See All


News Feed

27 January 2017
A Legacy for our community as we celebrate Canada 150 Read More...

See All