Crime abatement is more than just numbers; it’s also knowing where crime is happening. The MD is committed to neighbourhood development, including innovative, responsive community policing. This is why the RCMP crime map has been developed. Seeing the whole picture is the first step in doing something about it.
CONTACT A PEACE OFFICER
|peaceofficer (@) mdlsr.ca
Peace Officers are available Monday to Friday from 8:30am to 4:30pm. Please dial 911 for immediate emergency assistance with fire, ambulance or police-related issues.
ALERT THE MD
Use the Alert the MD form to notify Enforcement Services about stray livestock, lost & found pets, unsightly premises, traffic-related concerns, or other issues related to bylaw enforcement.
More About Protective Services
The Protective Services department is committed to serve, protect, and provide a desired quality of life for residents and visitors alike by raising public awareness of community standards.
Strength in Numbers
Together, municipal Peace Officers and Bylaw Enforcement Officers are responsible for:
- Investigating and monitoring bylaw compliance concerns and infractions
- Monitoring compliance of municipal bylaws through patrols
- Assisting with bylaw creation
- Meeting with communities to facilitate proactive solutions to local issues
- Meeting the needs of residents by resolving local complaints by means of mediation or prosecution