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Family Crime Prevention Trade Show 2017
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Upcoming Events & Meetings
    Unless stated otherwise, all ORCW meetings are held at 7:30 pm at the Mountain View County office on the last Wednesday of every other month.
    Unless stated otherwise, all Olds Community Policing meetings are held at 7 pm in the Town of Olds Council Chambers.

We salute our volunteers and say "Thank You!" Here is a list of the many individuals who are doing everything they can to maintain a safe community. Volunteer Appreciation 2017.

Crime Prevention Through Environmental Design Session
November 19, 2018 at 6 pm, MVC Office
Mountain View County is holding a training session on Crime Prevention through Environmental Design on November 19, 2018 at 6 pm to 9:30 pm. The purpose of this workshop is to help farm and acreage owners be more resilient to property crime in rural areas. The session will introduce principles of CPTED and neighbourhood and community safety. Following the session there will be time for presentations from Rural Crime Watch and Citizens on Patrol operating in Mountain View County. Registration is available through the County Office. The event is free but please RSVP.

Rural Crime Watch Meetings
Next Meeting: November 28, 7:30 pm - MVC Council Chambers
Guest Topic: Cannabis
Please check back for the Agenda and guest speakers closer to the date.

2019 Meeting Dates
    Coming Soon

Olds Rural Crime Watch Meeting Minutes
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July 25
May 30
Mar 28 AGM
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Nov 29
Sept 27
July 26
May 31
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Nov 30
Sept 28
July 27
May 25
Mar 23
Jan 27
Nov 25
Sept 30
July 29
May 27
Mar 11
Yr in Review
Jan 7
Dec 4
Oct 29
Sept 30
Aug 26
June 11
Apr 30
Mar 6
Nov 21
Sept 11
July 7 (Exec)
Apr 2
Nov 19
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May 17
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Nov 9
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Aug 23
May 17
Mar 15

Other News

Alberta Government - Crime Prevention: Common Goals
Alberta Community Crime Prevention Conference Report, May 2018
Conservative MP Wants Committee Study on Rural Crime (March 28, 2018)
Special Report: Presentation to the Alberta Legislature, November 27, 2017
RCMP Integrated Crime Reduction Unit reports successes and name change
Welcome to S/Sgt. Jim MacDonald, new Detachment Commander for the Olds RCMP
Private Member's Motion M-167

Alberta Provincial Rural Crime Watch
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Our History
Yvette Brideau, president of the Benalto Rural Crime Watch Society, nails a sign to a fencepost near the hamlet west of Sylvan Lake Alberta.Rural Crime Watch provides resources and reports occurrences of suspicious or unlawful activities to local RCMP, Fish & Wildlife officers, and other law enforcement agencies.

  • The Olds Rural Crime Watch Association incorporated in 1981.
  • Was also known as Range Patrol
  • First President: Garrett Funkhauser
  • First Secretary-Treasurer: Pat James
  • Was started to ward off fuel, livestock, grain and tool thefts from farms and equipment and other criminal activity

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