Supplementing the primary policing of the RCMP are enhanced services provided by the County Patrol Division's Patrol Officers. Both organizations work collaboratively to ensure the safety and security of ratepayers.
Mountain View County Patrol Officers are appointed as Community Peace Officers by the Alberta Solicitor General. County Patrol is mandated to investigate and enforce Provincial laws like the Traffic Safety Act and associated regulations like the Transportation of Dangerous Goods Control Act and the Environmental Protection and Enhancement Act. As well, the enforcement of Mountain View County Bylaws is the responsibility of the Patrol Division, along with County Bylaw Enforcement, according to the Municipal Government Act.
The County's Patrol Division and Bylaw Enforcement work collaboratively with many other enforcement agencies including the RCMP, the Canadian Pacific Railway Police, Inspection Services of Alberta Transportation, Alberta Fish and Wildlife and other municipal enforcement agencies.
- Questions or comments regarding County Patrol? Contact the Director of Legislative Services at 403-335-3311 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Community Policing Summary
Quarterly, each of the three RCMP Detachments that provide service to Mountain View County (Olds RCMP, Didsbury RCMP and Sundre RCMP) submit a report for Council’s information that outlines their progress on their Annual Business Plan, as well as to detail ongoing activities within the community.
Mountain View County has provided a summary to provide additional information to residents and encourage residents to review the reports in their entirety by clicking the links below:
- Quarterly Community Policing Summary (April 2022 - June 2022)
- RCMP Quarterly Reporting (April 2022 - June 2022)