Public education plays a vital role in keeping our community safe. We have provided additional safety resources to assist populations experiencing safety vulnerabilities.
The Alberta RCMP has expanded its voluntary surveillance camera registry program, called CAPTURE (Community Assisted Policing Through the Use of Recorded Evidence), to all RCMP-policed communities in Alberta.
Residents and businesses who have video surveillance, and are willing to share video camera footage when requested, can sign up. This initiative will help officers track down video evidence in ongoing criminal investigations in RCMP jurisdictions and reduce the time an officer needs to search for and gather video evidence.
To get started, visit ruralalbertacapture.CA and create an account. From there, you can enter your contact information and video camera locations on the secure site. An officer will contact you if they believe your camera may have captured evidence of a crime.
Things to know about the program:
This strategy is another way the Alberta RCMP are working with our communities to help solve crime faster, together. By providing video footage to police during an investigation, communities increase the chance of a successful prosecution.
Having nude photos or video online is scary and can cause mental trauma. If someone under the age of 18 has nude, partially nude or sexually explicit images or video that they want removed, they can submit a request to have it taken down.
The guide incorporates prevention tips, preparedness in the event someone does go missing, available resources and tips for community members if they find someone that has gone missing. The guide is designed for individuals and caregivers of older adults who have a dementia, mental illness, or brain injury or any other reason that makes them vulnerable and is translated into nine different languages.
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