Royal Canadian Mounted Police
Slave Lake RCMP request public assistance in locating missing male last seen boating on Lesser SlaveAt this time, the Slave Lake RCMP are continuing with search efforts in locating Mr. Leard Robertson. RCMP are focusing their search efforts on the water, land and air. This is an active investigation and will continue until Mr. Robertson is located. Read on...
RCMP are seeking information on an incident of an individual impersonating a Peace Officer. Read on...
Slave Lake RCMP are offering a safe exchange zone at the local detachment to give citizens a safe place to meet others when selling or purchasing items online. Read on...
Since the March West in 1874, the RCMP has built a strong foundation of trust, respect and compassion in the Alberta communities we serve. As Alberta’s provincial police service, the RCMP provides assistance to more than 1.5 million Albertans at the federal, provincial and municipal level.
Our nearly 4,200 employees work out of 113 detachments throughout the province’s four policing districts. From the Rocky Mountains, to the prairies, to the oilpatch, Alberta RCMP employees stand at the ready, committed to providing exemplary service through our partnerships and innovative policing techniques.
If you're in a situation that you recognize isn't an emergency, but you still need to contact law enforcement, you can call 780-849-3045. This number is answered by RCMP dispatch 24/7. Calling this number in non-emergency related situations wont tie up the line for emergency 9-1-1 calls.
Services available at the Slave Lake RCMP Detachment:
- Criminal records check
- General information
- Non emergency complaints
- Police certificate
- Report a crime
- Vulnerable sector check