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We will try to keep you up-to-date with news from around the province, particularly in the Cypress County and County of Forty Mile regions.

  • Please come to our Annual General Meeting and help us make a difference in our community.South East Alberta Rural Crime Watch will be holding their Annual General Meeting on September 9, 2021 at the Seven Persons Community Hall. The meeting will start at 7 pm. We will have updates from RCMP. There will also be voting for directors in both zones whose terms are expiring. Delicious baking from The True North Kitchen will be offered as refreshments. Please plan to attend.
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    All Cypress and Forty Mile County residents are welcome, please join us to find out more about the Rural Crime Watch program and rural crime prevention.

    South East Alberta Rural Crime Watch is an all-volunteer, community-based service organization working in partnership with the Redcliff & Bow Island RCMP. Our focus is on a safer rural community. Our goal is to increase and strengthen crime prevention activities in Cypress & Forty Mile County's and their hamlets through broad citizen participation. Together, our members are additional eyes and ears in the county and report suspicious activity to the RCMP.

  • One of our Rural Crime Watch Member signs for your yard.January 2021 Bulletin from the Alberta Provincial Rural Crime Watch Association is now available.

  • Posted November 17, 2020 - The government has established a working group co-chaired by Grande Prairie MLA Tracy Allard and Airdrie MLA Angela Pitt, to review the financial benefits program and consult on creation of a new victim's assistance model that will be launched in 2021. The APBVSA said one of its largest organizations has seen a funding rollback of 14 per cent, and the government has reduced training grants for volunteers from $5,000 to $7,000 cut to a maximum of $1,000. Rudd said they have not been consulted on any of those cutbacks. "We have a program that's unique in Canada, and the envy of Canada, and it's being placed in jeopardy if the money is removed and being spent on something else."
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  • 2020 has seen an increase in reports to RCMP of suspicious persons/vehicles. This shows that we are doing our part in being the eyes and ears of the RCMP by reporting unusual activity. Statistical information for January to October, 2016 - 2020 can be seen here.

Watch for our Rural Crime Watch Community signs. We are watching out for each other.

Quick Links

Tips, Scams & Frauds
Alberta RCW Bulletin Board

APRCWA January 2021 Newsletter

If you have information about any crime, and you want to remain anonymous, you can send a tip to www.tipsubmit.com. Click here.

News Archives
How much do you really know about fraud?

Letter to MLAs & MPs from Alberta Rural Crime Watch, January 2018

ChatNewsToday.ca - Rural Crime Watch group sees rise in members

Medicine Hat News - Rural crime deal to increase watch network

Get Your Member Signs "No Trespassing" and "RCW Member" signs are available in plastic or reflective aluminum.

SEABRCW President Retires

Beyond the Badge
Crime Prevention Initiatives

Okotoks RCMP Say New Snapchat Feature Could Create Safety Risks

Alberta RCMP and Alberta Citizens On Patrol Association partnership

Organization for the
Prevention of Violence (OPV)

Province, RCMP launch rural crime prevention initiative

If you have information about any crime, and you want to remain anonymous, you can send a tip to www.crimestopper.ab.ca. Click here.

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