For the week of April 25 through May 1, 2022, the Beaumont RCMP responded to 65 calls for service. Some of the calls for service included 911 calls, abandoned vehicles, breach of peace, break and enter, fail to stop/remain at accident scene, false alarms, fraud, identity fraud, Mental Health Act, mischief – damage to property/obstruct enjoyment of property, moving/non-moving traffic, other theft under $5,000, Quarantine Act, suspicious person/vehicle/property, theft of vehicle, traffic collision, uttering threats and wellbeing check.
The Beaumont RCMP conducted 32 traffic stops, resulting in three charges and seven warnings under the Traffic Safety Act.
Beaumont RCMP will be holding an in-person town hall on the evening of June 22. We are in the preliminary stages of planning. More information will come in the next few weeks.
The weather is getting better, so the RCMP remind you to protect yourself from break and enters to residences, out buildings and seasonal properties. Here are some valuable tips to reduce break and enters:
You can visit RCMP.CA for more crime prevention tips.
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.