The North Vancouver RCMP Detachment - 'Connected To Our Community'

The North Vancouver RCMP is located in the heart of North Vancouver, which is situated on the North Shore of the Port of Vancouver, on Burrard Inlet, across from downtown Vancouver and Stanley Park. The North Shore is made up of North Vancouver and West Vancouver. From Burrard Inlet, North Vancouver rises sharply to the peaks of Grouse and Seymour Mountains.

North Vancouver is comprised of two municipalities, the City of North Vancouver and the District of North Vancouver. The District of North Vancouver surrounds the City, however, North Vancouver is policed as one whole area. North Vancouver is also the home to five First Nations Bands. The North Vancouver RCMP polices four of the reserves and the fifth is policed by the West Vancouver Police Department.

North Vancouver RCMP Detachment

North Vancouver is a beautiful place to live. It’s renowned for its rural lifestyle while being situated only minutes from Downtown Vancouver. Physical fitness and outdoor activities are a way of life in North Vancouver with hiking, skiing, snowboarding, snowshoeing, mountain biking, rock climbing and scuba diving being among the popular sports. There never seems to be an end of things to do. Both Grouse Mountain and Mount Seymour are within the North Vancouver Detachment area, and Whistler and Blackcomb Mountains are only a ninety minute drive away.

North Vancouver RCMP Detachment

North Vancouver’s average maximum temperature is 6°C (43°F) in January and 22°C (72°F) in July. This results in great summer weather and wet winters. However, depending on where you’re from, if you miss the snow, all you have to do is go for a drive up the mountains and you will find an average snow depth of 4m. 

The North Vancouver RCMP is committed to building a safer community through partnerships with local businesses, residents and government agencies. The RCMP in North Vancouver enjoys an excellent working relationship with the Mayors and Councils of North Vancouver, and boasts robust and active community involvement in its crime reduction strategies.  North Vancouver's strong sense of community makes it not only one of the best places in the world to live, but also a fantastic place to work as a police agency.