- Increased sense of community.
- Feeling of accomplishment and worth.
- Renewed respect for the local police.
- Heightened awareness of ownership of your community.
- You must be 18 years of age or older, or age 16 with parental consent.
- Complete the application form.
- Submit to RCMP security checks.
- Attend classroom and in vehicle training.
- Have a sense of commitment to your community.
- Commit to codes of dress, conduct and confidentiality.
- Commit to volunteer a minimum of 4 hours per month, or 48 hours per year.
Strathcona County continues to grow, creating an increase in policing needs. Crime places an increasing social and economic burden on us all. It is time for a new approach and time to get involved. Citizens On Patrol can make a difference.
Citizens On Patrol members patrol both the urban and rural areas of Strathcona County during anytime of the day or night. Members select times that fit their schedules.
Citizens On Patrol (C.O.P.) is a volunteer organization from your community. Members of COP patrol the neighbourhoods of Strathcona County any day and at any time. COP are extra eyes and ears, working alongside the RCMP to help make Strathcona County safe and trouble free.