Membership in Olds Rural Crime Watch is open to all individuals (rural or urban residents) and businesses in the Olds, Didsbury, Sundre region, who believe in the goals and objectives of the organization and wish to be a part of this WINNING TEAM!
We encourage memberships from municipal businesses or individuals to strengthen our network to discourage crime and assist the authorities to quickly apprehend individuals involved in criminal activities.
Individual and Business memberships are $25 and are renewable every 3 years. Corporate memberships are $300. All memberships purchased now are valid till December 31, 2023. Please renew early and help us reduce costs. If you have been a member in the past you know how valuable this group is to the community.
Membership forms can be downloaded here.
Memberships can be purchased three ways:
Our Corporate Sponsors include:
With a new membership, you will receive: Gate sign, fence post sign, decals and membership card.
PLEASE REMEMBER - Members are NOT obligated to do patrols. We ask only that you become aware of your neighbours, be sensitive to things that look out of the ordinary and report them. DO NOT try to apprehend or confront anyone!
Role of the Members
Membership Benefits - Why Join RCW?
Statistics show that areas where there is an organized crime watch tend to have a significant reduction in criminal activity. By reporting suspicious activity in your area immediately to the RCMP at 403-335-3382, 403-556-3323 or 911, you become a citizen concerned about the quality of life in our community. We become the extra eyes and ears, and report suspicious activity to the police. Rural Crime Watch is a part of the Community Based Policing program, and has already been proven successful. A co-operative effort helps make our community safer for everyone. R.C.W. members commit themselves to helping to watch out for each other's property when they are away, and reporting suspicious activity to the police. This program helps prevent crime while still respecting privacy.
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