Report a Crime
Report a Crime Online
The following crimes can be reported online to Brooks RCMP:
- Damage/mischief to property under $5000
- Theft of bicycle under $5000
- Theft under $5000
- Theft from vehicle under $5000
- Lost property
Incidents must also satisfy the following conditions to be reported online:
- No witnesses or suspects
- Item(s) lost or stolen must cost less than $5000
- Vandalized property will cost less than $5000 to repair
- There are no items involving personal identity, firearms, license plates or decals
Report a Crime by Telephone
RCMP Non-Emergency Complaints 403-362-5535 Available 24/7
Report a Crime in Person
In response to COVID-19 modified in-person services are available; however, residents are asked to conduct business by telephone or online when possible.
Call before attending the Brooks RCMP Detachment, most services can be done online.
If advised to attend the front counter, please follow the displayed signage and marker, one-person limit in the front counter area to allow for physical distancing. Longer wait times may apply.
Report a Motor Vehicle Collision or Hit and Run
(Police attendance is not required)
Collisions that meet the criteria below, must be reported to Brooks RCMP.
- Cumulative damages exceed $2000.
- Injuries to one or more persons, regardless of the amount of damages.
- You are a victim of a hit and run, regardless of the amount of damages.
- Occurred within the Brooks RCMP jurisdiction. (Brooks RCMP can assist with collisions in other jurisdictions, but to avoid delay please contact the police service or RCMP detachment where the collision happened).
Call or Email Brooks RCMP to receive a Motor Vehicle Collision Statement.
Once Brooks RCMP has received your statement you will receive a Police File Number and a Damage Sticker (if applicable).
Your collision will be investigated and processed within 10 business days. You will then have access to your report online at: https://www.ecollision.gov.ab.ca/eCollisionPublic_prd/eCollisionReport.seam
Report Scams & Frauds
Canadian Anti-Fraud Centre
The Canadian Anti-Fraud Centre collects information on fraud and identity theft. They provide information on past and current scams affecting Canadians. If you think you're a victim of fraud, visit https://www.antifraudcentre-centreantifraude.ca/index-eng.htm
RCMP Non-Emergency Complaints
- To report a crime that has already taken place
- Suspicious vehicle, person or activity