Royal Canadian Mounted Police
2020 Bonnyville RCMP Community Engagement
Staff Sergeant Parke of the Bonnyville RCMP Detachment would like to hear from local community members in the Bonnyville RCMP Detachment area who may have any comments and/or concerns about policing issues in the following geographic areas:
- Town of Bonnyville
- Municipal District of Bonnyville
- Village of Glendon
- Fort Kent
- La Corey
- Iron River
- Therien and,
- Kehewin Cree Nation
Normally, a Town Hall Meeting would have been held in a local community hall. However, due to the current state of the pandemic, this was not possible. As a result, for a two week period from Monday, June 29, 2020, until Friday, July 10, 2020, S/Sgt. Parke will be accepting input from community members through either regular mail or email. If you are interested in participating, please reach out to S/Sgt. Parke at:
Bonnyville RCMP, 4515 - 54th Ave, AB T9N 0C2
Once the date closes, S/Sgt. Parke will review all of the correspondence received. Later in July 2020, S/Sgt. Parke will respond to the top 10 issues and concerns as presented and publish her responses in the aforementioned communities’ web pages and local and social media.
S/Sgt. Parke would like to thank everyone in advance for taking the time to work with her to identify community concerns during this challenging time.
The Royal Canadian Mounted Police (RCMP) is Canada's national police service, providing law enforcement services in detachments across the country. The RCMP is proud of its historic link with Canada's past, and its tradition of providing Canadians with quality service.
The RCMP Bonnyville Detachment, led by Staff Sergeant Sarah Parke, currently employs 20 regular members and four support staff.
This detachment is responsible for policing the Town of Bonnyville, the Municipal District of Bonnyville, and Kehewin First Nations.
Cold Lake Detachment
The Cold Lake RCMP detachment covers the areas of north and south Cold Lake, Cold Lake First Nations, Elizabeth Metis Settlement, and nearby area of the Municipal District of Bonnyville, while CFB Cold Lake 4 Wing is served by the military police.
The RCMP detachment houses a total of 20 regular members (11 city and nine rural) and four civilian support personnel, along with auxiliary members and special constables.
To provide, as much as possible, a twenty-four hour police presence that maximizes public safety by upholding the law fairly and firmly; by preventing crime; by pursuing and bringing to justice those who break the law; by keeping the peace, by protecting; by involving and informing the people of Bonnyville and Cold Lake; and to do all of this with integrity, common sense, and sound judgment.