The Devon RCMP Detachment is a municipal Detachment that provides police service to the Town of Devon. The Devon Detachment is very active in the community, participating with various initiatives such as Citizens on Patrol, Auxiliary Program, Youth Justice Committee, DARE programs in the schools, and bike patrols in the summer months. The Devon RCMP Detachment is comprised of 7 RCMP members and 3 support staff. For more information please visit www.rcmp.ca
Administration and front counter hours: 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
Location: 13 Columbia Avenue West, Devon, AB
For EMERGENCIES please dial 911
Administration phone number: 780-987-3414, this number is monitored during office hours only, Monday to Friday, 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
Complaint Line: 780-987-3413 for non-emergencies or to speak to an officer outside of business hours.
Follow these links for crime prevention tips:
Property Crime Prevention: Be Part of the Solution
On Feb. 27, 2018 the Devon RCMP held a presentation at the Community Centre to address the public about their policing priorities and to answer and to answer any questions they had.
See the full presentation plus a summary of the questions asked by the public during the forum here!
Victims of crime or a tragedy have access to support services from the Leduc Victim Services Unit 780-980-7232.
Citizens on Patrol is a volunteer based program working in conjunction with the Devon RCMP to enhance policing and public safety. C.O.P. members are an invaluable crime prevention resource.