Lower Mainland District Regional Police Service

BC map showing Lower Mainland District in redThe Lower Mainland District Regional Police Service covers a dynamic and diverse area that stretches from Pemberton to the US border and from the Sunshine Coast to the Coquihalla Highway. The District’s 13 detachments serve 1.6 million people in 29 communities, including 40 Aboriginal communities.

Approximately 2,100 RCMP officers are committed to protecting the people who live, work and play throughout the Lower Mainland.

Contact a Lower Mainland District Media Relation Officer >



Regional Duty Officers (RDOs)

Given the scope of the complex police environment in the Lower Mainland, a Regional Duty Officer role has been created to connect and provide district-level support across all public safety jurisdictions in the region. The LMD Regional Duty Officers will act as single point of contact for district-wide operational assistance, 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.

Visit the Regional Duty Officers page to learn more about the RDOs and view the "Ride Along with a RDO" video.video icon

Current Lower Mainland District News

10:01 PDT (Thursday, Jul 2, 2015) - Surrey
15:01 PDT (Tuesday, Jun 30, 2015) - Ridge Meadows, B.C.
14:59 PDT (Tuesday, Jun 30, 2015) - Surrey
14:18 PDT (Tuesday, Jun 30, 2015) - White Rock
06:33 PDT (Tuesday, Jun 30, 2015) - North Vancouver
15:34 PDT (Monday, Jun 29, 2015) - Surrey
14:58 PDT (Monday, Jun 29, 2015) - Surrey
14:18 PDT (Monday, Jun 29, 2015) - Richmond
10:34 PDT (Monday, Jun 29, 2015) - Surrey, Community Policing Services
15:33 PDT (Friday, Jun 26, 2015) - Agassiz
15:13 PDT (Friday, Jun 26, 2015) - Surrey
06:31 PDT (Friday, Jun 26, 2015) - North Vancouver
09:29 PDT (Wednesday, Jun 24, 2015) - Surrey
14:30 PDT (Tuesday, Jun 23, 2015) - Surrey
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