Below are links to a few suggestions and resources on how you can keep yourself safe at home and in the community. You can also visit your local RCMP Detachment for more safety tips.
Learn about when you should call for emergency services and why you shouldn't use text messaging for emergencies.
Tips for yourself, family and friends on personal safety, domestic violence and abuse. Also learn about the Victim Services Program and the support and resources they have available for you.
Whether you are parent, teacher or family member, we all have a key role to play in ensuring our kids learn about personal safety and the pitfalls of becoming involved in drugs and gangs.
With Canada’s aging population, it is more important than ever for seniors and their care givers to be aware of the following safety information.
Do you know what the fines are for distracted driving and the details of our child restraint laws? Also view safety tips for bicycles, boats, and more...
Basic Internet safety is common sense. Here are a few pointers to keep in mind when you or your family members are online:
If it sounds too good to be true, it probably is. Learn about the common types of fraud and scams to protect your money.
The RCMP would like to provide the public with the following tips and best practices in an attempt to prevent theft.