2024 RCMP & Enforcement Services Priorities Survey

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The survey is now closed. Results will be shared publicly in March.


Strathcona County’s RCMP and Enforcement Services are committed to preserving the peace, upholding the law and ensuring community safety and well-being in partnership with the community.

Each year, RCMP and Enforcement Services establish policing and municipal enforcement priorities to ensure their members focus on issues the public identifies as important. The priorities are identified through community conversations, the policing priorities survey and relevant sources of information that include statistics, crime trends and partner input.


Community involvement

By collaborating with the community on priorities and planning, RCMP and Enforcement Services is better able to support community safety, resiliency and overall well-being while reducing crime and other harmful social impacts.

RCMP and Enforcement Services work together to ensure Strathcona County is a safe community to live, work and play. They are integrated in the overall responsibility for public safety, law enforcement, evidence gathering, support for victims of crime, traffic enforcement, and education and public awareness through community policing.

Together, they are committed to preserving the peace, upholding the law and providing quality service in partnership with the community.


2023 priorities

  1. Property Crime
  2. Family Violence & Persons Crime
  3. Impaired Driving / Traffic Safety
  4. Community Engagement
  5. Workplace Employee Wellness

The survey is now closed. Results will be shared publicly in March.


Strathcona County’s RCMP and Enforcement Services are committed to preserving the peace, upholding the law and ensuring community safety and well-being in partnership with the community.

Each year, RCMP and Enforcement Services establish policing and municipal enforcement priorities to ensure their members focus on issues the public identifies as important. The priorities are identified through community conversations, the policing priorities survey and relevant sources of information that include statistics, crime trends and partner input.


Community involvement

By collaborating with the community on priorities and planning, RCMP and Enforcement Services is better able to support community safety, resiliency and overall well-being while reducing crime and other harmful social impacts.

RCMP and Enforcement Services work together to ensure Strathcona County is a safe community to live, work and play. They are integrated in the overall responsibility for public safety, law enforcement, evidence gathering, support for victims of crime, traffic enforcement, and education and public awareness through community policing.

Together, they are committed to preserving the peace, upholding the law and providing quality service in partnership with the community.


2023 priorities

  1. Property Crime
  2. Family Violence & Persons Crime
  3. Impaired Driving / Traffic Safety
  4. Community Engagement
  5. Workplace Employee Wellness
  • CLOSED: This survey has concluded. Please check back in March to see the results!

    Strathcona County’s RCMP and Enforcement Services are committed to preserving the peace, upholding the law and ensuring community safety and well-being in partnership with the community.

    The purpose of this survey is to ensure the public has a say in policing priorities in Strathcona County. Information collected will be reviewed and considered by the RCMP and Enforcement Services in the development of their policing and enforcement priorities in fiscal year 2024-2025. Results of this survey will be made publicly available on County Voice within 60 days of the survey’s close date.

    The survey will take 3-5 minutes to complete. The survey is available until February 6, 2024.



    Personal information is collected in accordance with section 33(c) of the Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy Act, and will be used in the management and administration of Strathcona County RCMP and Enforcement Services process improvement initiatives. Aggregate survey results will be shared with the RCMP. If you have any questions about the collection, use or disclosure of your information, please contact Director, RCMP and Enforcement Services at 780-449-0182. 

    Click Here to take the Survey
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