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We extend a warm welcome to the Directors and the members of the former Brooks and District Rural Crime Watch Association who are now members of the South East Alberta Rural Crime Watch Association (SEABRCWA).
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Help Us Prevent Crime!
SEABRCWA is an all-volunteer, community-based service organization working in partnership with the Redcliff, Brooks, Bassano, and Bow Island RCMP. Our focus is on a safer rural community.

Watch for our Rural Crime Watch Community signs. We are watching out for each other.Crime of any nature is unwelcome. To distinguish rural crime from urban crime seems unnecessary, but rural crime is different. Rural crime brings to mind agriculture and family farms,sparsely populated areas and a sense of community where the people know one another and act accordingly. Unfortunately, fewer people in rural areas leaves open various opportunities for criminal elements. While rural areas have less crime than their urban counterparts, they also have more crime than they did in the past, and their crime problems are serious.

It is up to the neighbours and family members to be ever-vigilant about what happens a few miles down the road.

Rural crime is rising in Alberta, what can we do about it?

Our goal is to increase and strengthen crime prevention activities in Cypress County, County of Forty Mile, Newell County, and its municipalities through broad citizen participation.

Communities in our coverage area include: Aden, Agatha, Alderson, Antelope Creek, Bain, Bantry, Bassano, Bellcott, Bow City, Bowell, Bow Island, Bowmanton, Brooks, Bullshead, Burdett, Cassils, Cecil, Cessford, Comrey, Conquerville, Countess, Cressday, Dennis, Duchess, Dunmore, Eagle Butte, Elkwater, Etzikom, Faith, Finnegan, Fitzgerald, Foremost, Fox Lake, Gem, Goddard, Granta, Hilda, Hoping, Howie, Hussar, Iddesleigh, Illingworth, Irvine, Jaydot, Jenner, Juno, Kininvie, Kitsim, Lake Newell, Larmour, Lathom, Legend, Little Plume, Lucky Strike, Macson, Makepeace, Maleb, Manyberries, Many Islands, McNeill, Millicent, Nemiscam, Norton, One Four, One Tree, Orion, Pakowki, Pashley, Patricia, Pendant d'Oreille, Pinhorn, Pivot, Princess, Rainier, Ralston, Ranchville, Redcliff, Rolling Hills, Ronolane, Rosebeg, Roseglen, Rosemary, Scandia, Schuler, Seven Persons, Skiff, Southesk, Suffield, Thelma, Tide Lake, Tilley, Tothill, Vale, Veinerville, Westdington, Walsh, Wardlow, Whitla, Wild Horse, Winnifred, Wisdom and Woolchester.

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If you have information about any crime, and you want to remain anonymous, you can send a tip to Click here.

Alberta RCMP Mobile App

The Alberta Provincial Rural Crime Watch Association has launched a new app to allow you to find the number of the local detachment to report suspicious activities when you are in different areas of the province.

Click the image above to learn about the new App from APRCWA, RCMP, and "K" Division.

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