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.

Online crime reporting expanding in B.C.

The RCMP's Nanaimo detachment launched an online crime reporting tool last fall and in the face of COVID-19. Find out how more RCMP detachments in Canada are encouraging people to do the same while physically distancing. (May 2020)

Victim-services clients get support during pandemic

Marnie Neal, a case worker in Surrey, B.C., and her accredited facility dog Cambria, have changed the way they work to support clients from home during the COVID-19 crisis. Read more about how victim-service clients are getting support. (April 2020)

Anti-gang program shows success over tragedy

Surrey Gang Enforcement Team introduces new means to show kids they don't have to choose gangs. Read more about their approach and to show kids a better way. (January 2020)

RCMP test online crime reporting

The RCMP launched an online crime-reporting tool. Learn more about B.C communities can benefit from this tool without calling the police. (January 2020)

Bike rally supports officers with post-traumatic stress

Find out more about the drive down therapeutic lane when motorcycle riders dip their tires to raise awareness about PTSD. (December 2019)

Celebrate National Coming Out day

National Coming Out Day is an annual LGBTQ2 awareness day held on October 11. Meet Cpl. Colver Johns, an RCMP member with 13 years of policing experience who also identifies as transgender. (October 2019)

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. (January 2019)

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