For the week of February 21 through February 27, 2022, the Beaumont RCMP responded to 38 calls for service. Some of the calls for service included 911 calls, abandoned vehicles, criminal harassment, fail to stop, false alarm, Mental Health Act, mischief to damage to property, motor vehicle insurance coverage, suspicious person/vehicle, wellbeing check, uttering threats, traffic collisions, moving traffic and other-non moving traffic.
The Beaumont RCMP conducted 29 traffic stops, resulting in three charges and four warnings under the Traffic Safety Act.
Staff Sergeant Dhaliwal thanks everyone who took the time to provide feedback for the policing service priorities. The suggestions will be reviewed with the Community Advisory Committee in the upcoming meeting. The new priorities will be implemented in April 2022.
March is National Fraud Prevention month. For more information, visit www.rcmp.ca, then click on “quick links,” and then “scams and fraud,” which will lead to the Canadian Anti-Fraud Centre webpage. You can report fraud online or by calling (888) 495-8501. According to the Canadian Anti-Fraud Centre, Canadians lost $380 million to fraud in 2021.
Beaumont residents are encouraged to view the RCMP Crime Mapping tool and can access the map at https://www.beaumont.ab.ca/532/Beaumont-RCMP-Crime-Map.
The Beaumont RCMP encourages the public to report all criminal and suspicious activity. In case of an emergency, call 911. For non-urgent reports, call the Beaumont RCMP Detachment complaint line at 780-929-7400. Your report helps us know where to look, who to look for and where to patrol in the future.