British Columbia – success stories
Through innovative initiatives and programs, the RCMP works with its partners, connects with communities and supports its people in order to keep Canadians safe.
Celebrate National Coming Out day
Meet Cpl. Colver Johns, an RCMP member with 13 years of policing experience who also identifies as transgender.
Community program increases residential safety
Residents in some apartment buildings will feel more secure now that Comox Valley RCMP has created a Crime Free Multi-Housing Program in their community. Learn more about how this is keeping communities safe.
Making things better
The RCMP in British Columbia have an established mobile road-safety unit that has worked for years to get impaired drivers off the road. Learn how the RCMP in Alberta are launching a similar program.
Help is just a phone call away
In Surrey, B.C., there's a phone number parents can dial for guidance if they think their children are becoming involved in criminal activities. Read how the RCMP Parent Helpline can assist parents of young people, concerned their children may be getting drawn into drug use or gang violence.
New radar identifies speed hot spots
Last year, RCMP in Coquitlam, B.C. began using a new stationary semi-permanent radar device to help identify the city's speeding hot spots and improve how officers use their time. Learn how the device gets place and what it can record.
The Feather Project: 150 + Acts of Reconciliation
BC RCMP, Indigenous Policing Services
The Feather Project: 150 + Acts of Reconciliation is a project that moves beyond the celebrations and emotions of Canada 150, looking ahead to how we can walk forward together as a stronger society through reconciliation. On National Indigenous Peoples Day 2018, read about the different ways EHQ employees celebrated.
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