RCMP Community Police Station

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To assist the RCMP Community Policing and Crime Prevention Section in staffing the community offices during posted hours and special occasions. To support regular members and volunteers in the delivery of educational programs, information and resources to the general public.

Sample Activities:

  • To answer phone calls, take and give information to the public coming into the office with crime and safety concerns
  • To record reports in the appropriate format and manner
  • To work on crime prevention initiatives or programs that the RCMP provides, depending on the ability of the volunteer
  • To assist the Community Policing and Crime Prevention section in responding to community concerns
  • To keep informed of community resources and partake in training opportunities


Time Commitment:

The estimated total hours will vary. You will have flexible days and times. The minimum requirement is 16 hours/month (4 hours/week). The length of time commitment is a minimum of one year.


  • Reliability in attendance and performance of tasks
  • Interest in community safety and crime prevention
  • Consent to a criminal record check
  • Good communication skills
  • Participate in the training and orientation
  • Sign and adhere to the Confidentiality arid Volunteer Agreement



  • Workshop and Skill Development opportunities
  • Invitation to Recognition events
  • Reference letter if requested
  • Participating in making your community a safer place


Responsible to:

Manager, Community Policing Programs and Projects

Contact Us

Duncan/North Cowichan Community Policing & Crime Prevention Office
#3 - 149 Canada Avenue
Duncan BC V9L 1T4
Phone: 250-701-9145
Fax: 250-701-9147
Manager: 250-701-9146

Cowichan Bay Community Police & Crime Prevention Office
1721 E Cowichan Bay Road
Cowichan Bay BC
Phone: 250-701-0961
Fax: 250-701-9160

Chemainus Community Police & Crime Prevention Office
9847 Willow Street
Chemainus BC VOR 1K0
Phone: 250-246-4382
Fax: 250-246-9174

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About Warmland Cops

Community Policing is a collaborative effort between law enforcement (RCMP) and the community to identify problems of crime and disorder and involve all elements of the community in the search for solutions to these problems.
We invite you to have a look at our website and seize the opportunity that waits for you.
From Citizens on Patrol to SpeedWatch or Coastal Watch, there is sure to be a section where you will find your niche. You can be an active part of creating a safe community.