Let's Talk Policing

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Lloydminster's police protection is brought to you by a division of the Royal Canadian Mounted Police (RCMP). The RCMP aims to keep all residents and visitors safe within our community.

Through community engagement campaigns such as this, the dedicated police members of our local detachment strive to keep residents educated on their strategic crime reduction efforts and understand what community concerns residents hold.


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Engage with the RCMP

Inspector Brachmann of the Lloydminster RCMP Detachment invites you to share your voice. Through this Let’s Talk Policing campaign, residents are encouraged to share their comments and/or concerns regarding policing operations within the city.

With respect to COVID-19 and social distancing, the semi-annual RCMP Town Hall meetings have moved to a virtual format. Between Thursday, October 22 and Friday, November 13, 2020, Insp. Brachmann accepted input from community members through several online forums that initiated conversations on community issues, policing strategies, staffing structures and ongoing communications.

Stay tuned to the project webpage for the official What We Heard Report and future engagement opportunities.

Lloydminster's police protection is brought to you by a division of the Royal Canadian Mounted Police (RCMP). The RCMP aims to keep all residents and visitors safe within our community.

Through community engagement campaigns such as this, the dedicated police members of our local detachment strive to keep residents educated on their strategic crime reduction efforts and understand what community concerns residents hold.


Stay up-to-date

Stay up-to-date on local RCMP news by signing up for the City of Lloydminster's RCMP Media Releases. These e-news articles come straight to your email. Sign up today.


Engage with the RCMP

Inspector Brachmann of the Lloydminster RCMP Detachment invites you to share your voice. Through this Let’s Talk Policing campaign, residents are encouraged to share their comments and/or concerns regarding policing operations within the city.

With respect to COVID-19 and social distancing, the semi-annual RCMP Town Hall meetings have moved to a virtual format. Between Thursday, October 22 and Friday, November 13, 2020, Insp. Brachmann accepted input from community members through several online forums that initiated conversations on community issues, policing strategies, staffing structures and ongoing communications.

Stay tuned to the project webpage for the official What We Heard Report and future engagement opportunities.

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  • Let's Talk Community Issues

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    What comments or concerns do you have regarding general community issues? Ask Inspector Brachmann.

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  • Let's Talk Strategy

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    The Crime Reduction Strategy is a proactive approach that utilized intelligence-led policing to reduce local crime. 

    Through this strategy, the Lloydminster RCMP focus on:

    1. habitual offenders,
    2. enforcement initiatives in key locations, and
    3. enhancing community visibility.

    What are your questions regarding the detachment's strategy?


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  • Let's Talk Staffing

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    The Lloydminster RCMP Detachment employs 49 officers. These positions are distributed through eight functional teams. Each of these teams have a specific purposes, intentions and priorities.

    • Detachment Management Team
    • General Duty Policing
    • General Investigation Sections
    • Crime Reduction Unit
    • School Resource Officer Unit
    • Forensic Identification Section
    • Police Dog Services
    • Traffic Services

    What are your questions regarding the staffing model above?

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  • Let's Talk Collaboration

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    No matter the challenge, the solutions remains the same and can be found in the partnerships between concerned, committed stakeholders. Building strong relationships with community and public agencies allows the RCMP to address the root causes of crime, breaking the cycle that repeat offenders find themselves in and builds a stronger, safer community.

    Let us help get you started by posing a few through-provoking questions below: 

    • Do you feel comfortable reporting crime to the Lloydminster RCMP? If not, how can we enhance your comfort? 
    • Do you feel like there is enough of a police presence in Lloydminster? If not, where would you like to see more presence?
    • The Lloydminster RCMP aims to engage with you to establish a set of policing priorities and assist with public safety issues. What safety priorities would you like the detachment to consider? 
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