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Codiac Regional RCMP

"It remains my strong belief that the current policing model, with its seamless, integrated delivery of policing services to the three communities is the best option."

Superintendant Wayne Gallant,
Officer in Charge of the Codiac Regional RCMP

Since 1998, the men and women of the Codiac Regional RCMP have worked hard to provide the best possible policing service to the citizens of Dieppe, Moncton and Riverview.

In March 2010, A City of Moncton Policing Services Study conducted by the consulting firm of perivale + taylor confirmed the current police services model provided by the Codiac Regional RCMP is the recommended policing option for the citizens of Moncton.

The conclusions of perivale + taylor are demonstrated in not only the results attained from the work conducted by the Codiac Regional RCMP, but also the attitudes of residents of Dieppe, Moncton and Riverview.

  • 80% of Dieppe, Moncton and Riverview residents feel strongly that they live in safe communities
    (March 2009 – Bristol Omnifacts 4th Annual City Think Survey)
  • Codiac RCMP has the best ability to solve crime in Canada in communities with 100,000+ population.
    (December 2009 – Statistics Canada Police Resources in Canada)
  • Focus by Codiac RCMP on reducing property crime has resulted in 25% reduction over a three year period

Specialized units including Street Crime, Street Level Drugs, Traffic Services, Criminal Analysis, and Domestic Violence have contributed significantly to the general sense of safety and security currently enjoyed by the citizens of Greater Moncton.

These units, combined with strong community partnerships, all serve in helping achieve the five year crime reduction goal of the Codiac RCMP, “To become the safest community in the safest province in Canada.”

The RCMP has been providing municipal policing services to communities in New Brunswick since 1932.

Greater Moncton is the fastest growing urban centre in Atlantic Canada

Population served : 102,000

 

RCMP Personnel

RCMP Officers - 145
Municipal Employees - 50
RCMP Civilian Members - 3

 

2010 Policing Budget
budget

In-house support services

  • General Investigations/Major Crime Unit
  • Forensic Identification Section
  • Street Drug Section
  • Street Crime Unit
  • Criminal Intelligence Unit
  • Police Dog Services
  • Community Oriented Policing Section (COPS)
  • Traffic Services Section
  • Court and Central Record Section
  • Volunteer support
  • Auxiliary Program
  • Codiac Volunteers
  • Victim Services Volunteers
  • Chaplain
Community Amount Percentage
Moncton $18,718, 312 (74.5%)
Dieppe $3,467,285 (13.8%)
Riverview $2,939,654 (11.7%)

Total - $25,125,251

 

520 Main Street l Moncton, N.B. l E1C 8P2 l
(506) 857-2400