Alberta Community Crime Prevention Association

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Brief History of ACCPA:

  • 1989:  Established as the Alberta Community Police Advisory Committee by provincial police services as a means to discuss mutual crime problems with community/police/government
  • 1990:  Became Alberta Community Crime Prevention Association (ACCPA)
  • 2005-2010:  Board representation heavily represented by police agencies (min. one member per major police service throughout the province)
  • 2011-2013: After an internal strategic planning session, ACCPA refocused towards a more balanced Board representation of business/community/police.

ACCPA’s deliverables:

  • The ‘hub’ of crime prevention initiatives
  • Annual crime prevention conferences / speaker events / workshops
  • Promote Crime Prevention Week
  • Coordinate Fraud Prevention Month
  • Coming soon:  Regional volunteer program

What ACCPA is all about:

  • educating Albertans about preventing crime in their communities.
  • enabling/educating Albertans to be safe.  (in line with the Safe Communities initiative by the Province)
  • bettering the safety of Albertans through education and awareness

Contact Us:

For general inquires, please contact us at:

 Alberta Community Crime Prevention Association
Lower Main, Condon Building
1609 – 14 Street SW
Calgary, AB T3C 1E4
403-313-2566 B
403-313-2569 F

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Alberta Rural Crime Watch Association

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Mission Statement:
Alberta Provincial Rural Crime Watch Association will strive to promote rural crime prevention through communication, programs and fundraising.

The Eyes and Ears of Rural Alberta

Membership Benefits:

(a) Unified strength for:

  • Purchase of signs supplies and promotional materials
  • Group liability insurance

(b) Communication

  • Newsletter
  • Website
  • Interaction with other associations
  • Ability to learn of new initiatives
  • Information about the activities of the provincial association.

(c) Annual Crime Symposium and General Meeting

(d)  Central information and resource base

  • Rural Crime Watch Video
  • Rural Crime Watch photomural display

(e)  A provincial executive with committees and zone representatives to ensure your concerns and views are heard.

(f) Partnerships in rural crime prevention.

Contact Us:

PO Box 4520
Edmonton, Alberta
T6E 4T7


Canadian Anti-Fraud Centre

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The Canadian Anti-Fraud Centre (CAFC) is the central agency in Canada that collects information and criminal intelligence on such matters as mass marketing fraud (e.g., telemarketing), advance fee fraud (e.g., West African letters), Internet fraud and identification theft complaints.

To report fraud

By Phone

Toll Free

Hours of operation

8:30 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.
Eastern Time

Drug Abuse Resistance Education (D.A.R.E.)

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The D.A.R.E. Mission

“D.A.R.E. (Drug Abuse Resistance Education) is a collaborative program in which local law enforcement and local schools join together to educate students about the personal and social consequences of substance abuse and violence."


“A world in which students everywhere are empowered to respect others and choose to lead lives free from violence, substance abuse, and other dangerous behaviors.”


Call 800.223.3273

Hard Target

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Here's How You and Your Family Benefit
By Attending One of Our Training Seminars:

Hard Target is a daylong personal safety seminar where we take the most proven and effective strategies for reducing the chance of someone becoming the victim of a crime, and combine them with strategies for getting out of a physical situation should you find yourself in one.

We can't teach the average person how to punch someone properly in just a few hours, so this training revolves around the use of leverage instead of pain compliance.

Here is just a sample of what will be revealed:

  • A powerful stunning technique that individuals of any age and size can use to give them time to escape a violent situation
  • Why leaving your registration and insurance documents inside your vehicle could be an extremely costly mistake (you won't believe what criminals have been doing now!)
  • A counter-move to quickly make (if someone grabs you while you are walking past them) that gives you time to react to whatever comes next
  • 3 things that criminals looks for when committing a crime and how to use them to your advantage
  • Why you should never yell, "FIRE!" if you're in danger, and what to do instead to get an INSTANT response
  • What you must ALWAYS keep in mind when encountering aggressive panhandlers and how to handle them effectively
  • Why criminals often target individuals waiting for public transit and what you can do to keep yourself safe
  • Why "all valuables removed" placards in vehicle windows may not be as effective as you think
  • How owning a garage can make you a more desirable target for crime and what criminals will watch for
  • What you MUST avoid doing if you go for runs or walks on your own (and No, the time of day is NOT a factor in how safe you are)
  • and much, Much, More

For more information visit

Parents Empowering Parents (P.E.P.) Society

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Parents Empowering Parents (P.E.P.) Society provides education, innovative programming, support and hope for individuals or families dealing with or concerned about substance abuse/addiction.

We commit to improving effective, accessible treatment and positive outcomes for substance abuse/addictions.


  • Support to empower our members to achieve freedom from the effects of addiction on our families.
  • Provide education, information, resources and direction for families dealing with addiction.
  • Actively participate in prevention in our community, provincially and federally to find solutions for families dealing with addicted youth and adult children.
  • Seek effective intervention and treatment for our youth and young adults who are suffering from substance abuse/addiction.
  • Support for recovering addicts to maintain sobriety.
  • Offer hope for families, youth and adult children dealing with substance abuse/addiction.


2001 Sherwood Drive, Sherwood Park, AB, T8A 3W7 (Mailing)

#200, 501 Festival Avenue, Sherwood Park, AB, T8A 4X3

(2nd Floor, Community Center in Centre in the Park next to County Hall)

Ph: 780.410.8516 • Fax: 780.449.1220

Support Line  780.293.0737

Sturgeon Rural Crime Watch

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SRCWA is an all-volunteer, community-based service organization working in partnership with the Morinville RCMP. Our focus is on a safer towns and hamlets within our rural boundaries.
Our goal is to increase and strengthen crime prevention activities in Sturgeon County and its municipalities through broad citizen participation.

Together, as SRCWA members, we are additional eyes and ears and report suspicious activity to the RCMP. Along with hundreds of your neighbours, your assistance goes a long way to make Sturgeon County and its municipalities safer places to live.

The more members we have reporting suspicious activity, the more effective we are in preventing crime.

When you become a member you will regularly receive timely and informative automated emails including criminal activity in the area from the RCMP.  Become a member by completing the membership form located under the "Membership" tab.

Our Mission Statement

  • To aid our local RCMP and other local law enforcement agencies in the prevention of criminal activities in the Sturgeon County, its town and villages and to educate, inform and assist in crime prevention and awareness.

Our Mission & Objectives

  • To make Sturgeon County a safer community by increasing and strengthening crime prevention activities.
  • To become a leader in implementing innovative and proactive strategies in crime prevention.
  • To increase awareness of Rural Crime Watch within the community.
  • To develop new partnerships and strengthen existing partnerships.
  • To increase membership.
  • To maintain and reinforce membership.

Contact Us


Mailing Address Sturgeon Rural Crime Watch Association Box 3194 Morinville, AB T8R 1S1

twitter: @SturgeonRCW

Morinville RCMP  780-939-4550 (local call) 780-459-7689 (toll free)
1-800-222-8477 (toll free Crime Stoppers)

If you have any information in respect to any crime or criminal activity, please call the Morinville RCMP at 780-939-4550 or Toll Free at 780-459-7689.

Wireless Amber Alerts

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The early stages of an investigation is critical. Information obtained quickly through an AMBER alert can assist in the safe return of an abducted child. 

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Citizens on Patrol


OUR MISSION To serve as "extra eyes and ears" to detect and deter crime in Strathcona County OUR OBJECTIVE SCCOPS will partner with the Strathcona County RCMP detachment to foster a safer community by: * patrolling to observe and report suspicious or criminal behaviour, * assisting in community sponsored events and emergencies, * providing surveillance in high crime areas, and * participating in crime-related and vehicle traffic research and surveys.

To visit our webpage please click here.

Edmonton Neighbourhood Watch

Building Safer Communities

Our mission is to build safer communities through the provision of crime prevention information and the support of neighbourhood level programs that encourage awareness, education, inclusion and participation. We strive for a world where everyone feels safe in their community.