The Neighbourhood Watch Association of St. Albert operates independently from Edmonton Neighbourhood Watch. However, we share the same crime prevention objectives and are a partner on this web site because much of the information is relevant to residents throughout the region.
St. Albert Neighbourhood Watch supports programs and services for St. Albert residents, including the following:
9pm Routine helps prevent crime by reminding residents to secure their property before nightfall. You are encouraged to use this diagram and exchange phone numbers with your nearest neighbours so you can alert each other when something is amiss.
Be notified by email and text message when St. Albert RCMP releases information to the media – you choose which topics are of interest to you.
Distribute our crime prevention flyers with the invitations to your block party and get free hamburgers and hot dogs, barricades to block your street, sports equipment, activities for kids, and more.
Anti-theft Licence Plate Fasteners
Anti-theft licence plate fasteners are free for St. Albert residents, and can be installed and removed with a special screwdriver bit. However, we must see each vehicle to determine what thread type and length of bolt is appropriate. Call 780.460.4276 to arrange for installation.
St. Albert Crime Map
View a map of the last 2 weeks of crime activity in St. Albert.
Store the serial numbers of your bicycles, electronics and other property on this web site. If an item is lost or stolen, you can notify police and get it back when it is recovered.
Use this app with your Android smart phone to report non-urgent problems such as graffiti, disrepair, potholes, etc. The app can be used anywhere in Canada.
“Do Not Hold Door Open” Stickers
Remind your tenants to not give strangers access to secured premises.
Neighbourhood Watch strives to educate the public and to encourage their active participation in crime prevention programs.
Mail: c/o RCMP, 96 Bellerose Drive, St. Albert, AB T8N 7A4
The Edmonton Police Service cooperates with the Edmonton Neighbourhood Watch and provides vital support to many ENW programs.