The Westlock RCMP Detachment is located at 10807 104 Avenue.
The Royal Canadian Mounted Police can be reached for complaints or emergencies at 780-349-4491.
Administration and information can be contacted at 780-349-4492.
Westlock Victim Services Located at 10807 104 Ave., Westlock AB T7P 1B3 (Westlock RCMP Detachment) Next to Westlck Community Hall on service road north, next to Highway 44 Phone: 780-349-4492 Program Manager/Coordinator Party Program – Sylvia Viczko
The Westlock Victim Services Unit (Westlock VSU) provides services to victims of crime or trauma in the Westlock area. Westlock VSU volunteer advocates provide immediate support, practical information, and needed referrals to victims of crime or trauma 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. Services provided include:
- Assisting in securing temporary safe housing and transportation
- Offering informal emotional support and assistance
- Providing court preparation and support services to victim witnesses
- Referring individuals to appropriate agencies / organizations
- Responding first to victims of crime and trauma as referred to by the Royal Canadian Mounted Police (RCMP)
Programs The Westlock VSU also oversees solicitor general mandated programs including:
- Financial benefits
- Victim impact statements
- Westlock VSU is a member of the Alberta Police Based Victim Services Association.
- View victim services in Alberta.
Victim Services Facebook Page
Westlock RCMP Located at 10807 104 Ave., Westlock AB T7P 1B3 (Westlock RCMP Detachment) Next to Westlck Community Hall on service road north, next to Highway 44 Phone: 780-349-4491 Staff Sgt. – Dwayne Rawson
The RCMP, Canada’s national police service, provides policing service to the residents within the Town of Westlock and communities within Westlock County. The Westlock Detachment consists of RCMP members, Support Staff and Westlock Victim Services Unit and RCMP Traffic Unit Westlock Detachment RCMP Community Policing … is a partnership between the police and the community, sharing in the delivery of police services. Memebers of this Detachment pledge to: TREAT all people equally and with respect; UPHOLD the Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms; SERVE and PROTECT the community; WORK with the community and other agencies to prevent or resolve problems that affect the community’s safety and quality of life. Administrative Hours of Operation Monday – Friday 8:00 am to 5:00 pm – Administrative Office open to the public Outside of these hours, the public can access police help for any emergent matters by calling 911 or by picking up the phone located outside the front door of the detachment.
Westlock Party Program Link – Westlock Party Program, facebook page
When to Call 911
Do you know what qualifies as an urgent call? When should you call 911, and what number should you call in a non-emergency?
Call 911 for:
- Any life-threatening emergency
- Any crime in progress
- Impaired drivers
Call Non Emergency Line (780-349-4492) for:
- Dogs barking (after hours)
- Noise complaints (after hours)
- Crimes that occurred in the past
Call Bylaw Enforcement Line (780-350-2107) for:
- Dogs Barking (during business hours)
- Noise Complaints that occurred in the past
- Dogs at Large
How to Prevent Accidentally Calling 911
911 dispatchers follow up each 911 hang up with a phone call. If you don’t answer when they call back, they will find out who the number is registered to, triangulate it if it’s a cell phone and send an officer out to ensure the caller is okay.
If you accidentally dial 911, stay on the line and let the dispatchers know that it was an accident. Or when they call you back, please answer. You won’t get in trouble!
Four simple steps to reduce abandoned and non-emergency calls on 911:
- Use a screen lock. Most abandoned calls came from cell phones.
- Know when to call 911 and when to use the non-emergency number: 780-350-2107 (see above).
- Recycle your old cell phone. Even though your phone is no longer registered, doesn’t have a plan and is now your child’s favourite toy, as long as it has a battery charge – 911 can be dialed.
- Don’t use speed dial for 911 as it increases the risk of accidental dialing.
Did You Know?
- If you prank call 911, you can get charged a fine of up to $5,000 for a first offence and up to $10,000 for subsequent offences.
For More Information:
Westlock RCMP Detachment 780-349-4491
Or visit: RCMP