About Richmond RCMP

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2010-10-28 14:15 PDT

The RCMP has been serving the community of Richmond since 1950. We are the 3rd largest detachment in Canada, with 229 Regular and Civilian members, and 200 volunteers, serving Richmond’s 207,500 residents.

Richmond RCMP is currently led by Superintendent Will NG.  To learn more about Superintendent NG click here for his biography.

We strive to provide an open, effective and service-oriented police service. Part of that outreach is through Twitter, which we use almost daily to communicate with thousands. And some of our outreach is old fashioned, such as our foot patrols through the city centre, which we established in 2012. Feedback has been great!

Our priorities, determined in consultation with the community, are:

We invite residents to check out our Crime Prevention guide, done in partnership with the City of Richmond. The guide is at http://www.richmond.ca/crimeprevention, and at Community Safety and police stations.

Our outreach to the Richmond business community has also grown substantially, through our Business Link program, (www.richmond.ca/businesslink) with timely crime reporting and prevention information, a monthly newsletter, email alerts and crime mapping. Outreach is also done in several languages, to inform businesses how to report crime.

Richmond RCMP’s priorities for 2015-2017

  1. Reduce property crime

    Richmond’s property crime rate is falling, but we know more work is still required – for example in residential break and enters and thefts from automobiles.

     

    The RCMP has been serving the community of Richmond since 1950. We are the 3rd largest detachment in Canada, with 229 Regular and Civilian members, and 200 volunteers, serving Richmond’s 207,500 residents.


    We strive to provide an open, effective and service-oriented police service. Part of that outreach is through Twitter, which we use almost daily to communicate with thousands. And some of our outreach is old fashioned, such as our foot patrols through the city centre, which we established in 2012. Feedback has been great!


    Our priorities, determined in consultation with the community, are:

    • Reduce incidence of property crime
    • Reduce traffic related injuries and death
    • Enhance engagement and partnering with citizens and community stakeholders
    • Reduce youth victimization and entry into the criminal justice system
    • Disrupt organized crime.

    We invite residents to check out our Crime Prevention guide, done in partnership with the City of Richmond. The guide is at http://www.richmond.ca/crimeprevention, and at Community Safety and police stations.

    Our outreach to the Richmond business community has also grown substantially, through our Business Link program, (www.richmond.ca/businesslink) with timely crime reporting and prevention information, a monthly newsletter, email alerts and crime mapping. Outreach is also done in several languages, to inform businesses how to report crime.

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