Emergency & Public Safety
Community Peace Officers
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Community Peace Officers
Ridge Regional Public Safety Services Commission (RRPSSC), provides Peace Officer services to member communities (County of Warner, Milk River, Warner, Raymond, and Stirling), along with traffic enforcement and education, serving a geographical area of over 4500 sq kilometers with a population base of over 12,000 citizens. Each year, the Commission board approves a business plan that guides service delivery in member communities. You can view the plan here: RRPSSC 2022 Business Plan.
Community Peace Officers investigate and resolve complaints regarding Municipal and County Bylaw matters, Animal complaints and provide traffic enforcement coverage while ensuring public education, awareness, and safety.
The RRPSSC operates under the Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy Act (FOIP).
If you would like to make a FOIP request, you may complete the access to information form below and mail it to the Town of Raymond Office. Verbal requests will not be accepted.
If you are making a request for general information, there is an initial fee of $25.
If your request is large or time consuming other fees may apply.
For any complaints or Bylaw Services please contact the Ridge Regional Public Safety Services at (587) 813-0791 or email email@example.com.
We are currently situated within the Raymond RCMP Detachment, located at 179W 200N, Raymond.
Individual Peace Officers may be contacted as follows:
Sgt CPO Ross Bond
CPO Todd Nelson
CPO Melanie Marek
CPO B Fenz
Main Complaint Line: (587) 813-0791
Ridge Regional Public Safety Services Commission Facebook page:
All lost/stray animals picked up by RRPSSC peace officers will now be housed in Raymond until claimed by their respective owners.
If you are on Facebook and have lost your animal or have found a lost animal, you can post on the Town’s Lost Pets page.
Annual dog tags are available for pet owners at the Town office.
Click here for a copy of the current fees and charges.
The Town of Raymond is committed to working with other community organizations in providing for the care and security of our residents in times of emergency or disaster. As such, the Department of Emergency Management has been created and works in concert with the local RCMP detachment, Community Peace Officer, Raymond Volunteer Ambulance and Fire, the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints.
To become better prepared for an unexpected emergency, please read the following document. If you have any specific comments or concerns about this subject, please contact Ken Steed.
Raymond Fire Department
The Raymond Fire Department oversees fire services for Raymond and part of the County of Warner. The Joint Fire Services Committee, comprised of 3 elected officials from the Town of Raymond and 3 elected officials from the County of Warner, works with the fire department to manage the service. We currently have 20, incredibly well-trained volunteers who selflessly serve our community and provide the very highest quality response to our community. The Fire Hall has 10 bays, administrative offices, and training facilities. The volunteer members of the department are listed below as well as the department’s contact information.
Location: 544 Broadway North
Fire Hall Phone: 403-752-3322 (Ext. 1006)
For Fire Permits: 403-394-8649
Contact e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
Assistant Deputy Chief
Royal Canadian Mounted Police
Box 629 210 N 200 W Raymond, Alberta T0K 2S0 Ph: 403-752-3322 Fax: 403-752-4379
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List of Events
- New Website Launch on April 29, 2019 12:00 pm
- Council Meeting on May 7, 2019 6:00 pm
- Council Committee on May 14, 2019 6:00 pm
- Council Committee on October 8, 2019 6:00 pm
- Council Committee on October 22, 2019 6:00 pm
- Finance & Audit Committee Meeting on November 13, 2019 8:00 pm
- Community Engagement Committee on November 25, 2019 6:00 pm
- Tourism & Economic Development Committee on November 27, 2019 9:00 am
- Historic Resources Committee on December 4, 2019 6:00 pm
- Community Engagement Committee on December 23, 2019 6:00 pm