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Become a Member in SEABRCWA
SEABRCW is a not-for-profit organization started in the 1970s by local rural citizens. It is an all-volunteer, community-based service organization working in partnership with the Redcliff and Bow Island RCMP. We need your help!

Watch for our Rural Crime Watch Community signs. We are watching out for each other.The RCMP are responsible for law enforcement in rural Alberta. They patrol large areas with an ever-increasing population as more people move to rural areas. But they can't be everywhere, and that's where you come in!

As a member, you are added to our fanout list. This means you will receive e-mails or phone calls from SEABRC informing you of criminal activity or requesting assistance in solving active incidents that require details you have observed in your daily activities.

Membership has its benefits too, and we are proud to have supported the following programs and initiatives:

  • DARE Program 2017/18
  • HALO 2010-17
  • Farm Safety Centre 2015
  • Redcliff RCMP (speed sign/trailer) 2015
  • Medicine Hat SPCA 2015
  • Cypress County Fire Department 2015
  • Medicine Hat Search & Rescue 2015

Being a member does not take up a lot of your time, but it goes a long way to making Cypress County and the County of Forty Mile safer places to live. The more members we have, the more effective we are in stopping crime.

Complete our Membership Application Form and submit along with $25.00 to a SEABRCW Executive Member. This is a lifetime fee per household/business. Applications are also available at the Redcliff and Bow Island RCMP Detachments.

The fee offsets the cost of the signs and materials you receive with your membership.

Kids Help Phone is Canada's only national 24-hour, bilingual and anonymous phone counselling, web counselling and referral service for children and youth. To report suspected poaching, call the toll free Report A Poacher line at 1-800-642-3800. The line can also be used for emergencies involving wildlife. The Alberta Missing Report reports on any and all missing people within the province of Alberta. The Alberta Missing Report reports on any and all missing people within the province of Alberta.

Quick Links

Police Reports
Safety Tips
Scams & Frauds

SEABRCWA BYLAWS

Memorandum of Understanding between Alberta Provincial Rural Crime Association and the Royal Canadian Mounted Police
February 15, 2018

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

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

Click here to visit us on Facebook at www.facebook.com/seabrcw.

Meet Our Board
Shane Hok, President - 403-504-9753
Wanda Gill, Vice-Pres - 403-952-8473

Shannon Pakula, Sec'y/Treas
403-502-6591

Directors
Zone 1 - Cypress County
Kerri Gold - 403-502-6804
Barry Gutfriend - 403-952-2155
Terry Krausz - 403-504-1236
Garry Lentz - 403-548-1039
Kay Viken - 403-581-9530

Zone 2 - County of Forty Mile
Chantel Timmons - 403-952-8824
Renee Seitz - 403-868-2214
Diane Harty - 403-952-0426
James Babe - 403-502-9060
Craig Widmer - 403-581-6220

Alberta Provincial Rural Crime Watch Association Director for Zone 1
Shannon Pakula

© South East Alberta Rural Crime Watch Association
Box 772 Medicine Hat, AB T1A 7G7
Phone: 403-502-6591 | Website: www.seabrcw.ca

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