Police Services

Maple Ridge is home to the Ridge Meadows detachment of the Royal Canadian Mounted Police (RCMP).

For Emergencies call: 911

Detachment Contact:

  • 101 Maple Ridge members (plus 10 Integrated Team members)
  • 23 Pitt Meadows members (plus 2 Integrated Team members)
  • 3 Provincial members
  • 47 City Support Staff (Civilian)

Email: rm_media@rcmp-grc.gc.ca
Tel: 604-463-6251
Fax: 604-467-7633

Front Counter Hours

Monday - Friday: 8:00 am - 6:45 pm
Saturday & Sunday: Closed  

11990 Haney Place
Maple Ridge, BC V2X 9B8

The front counter at the Ridge-Meadows Detachment offers a varied amount of services. If your business request requires more time than is remaining within our customer service hours, you may need to attend the next business day. Click here for more information about front counter services offered by the Ridge Meadows RCMP.

Julie Klaussner, Media Relations Officer
Email: rm_media@rcmp-grc.gc.ca
Tel: 604-467-7647

About Ridge Meadows RCMP

The RCMP is contracted by the City as a policing service and jointly serves the cities of Maple Ridge and Pitt Meadows, as well as Katzie First Nation and vast Provincial lands including Golden Ears Park and Pitt Lake. Policing is provided to our citizens through local resources including first responders, serious crime investigators, traffic members, civilian staff and volunteers. We also rely on our contracted partners to provide specialized services – E- COMM (9-1-1) who provides emergency call services, non emergent reports to police and after hours contact for our citizens and five Integrated Team partners – Emergency Response Team, Police Dog Service, Collision Analysis, Homicide Investigation team and Forensic Identification.

Behind the scenes of the detachment and less visible to our citizens are civilian staff who are responsible for providing support to the overall policing operation in a variety of roles. Often they are the front line contact for most customer related needs including police information checks, fingerprints, insurance reports, summons & subpoena delivery, false alarms and referral services. This group of staff works in both support and specialized roles that provide police the opportunity to focus on investigative work.

Ridge FYRST:

Ridge FYRST (Family and Youth Resource Support Team) consists of one RCMP Youth Liaison Officer, one Youth Outreach worker and one Youth and Family Counsellor. Ridge FYRST is an early intervention program that works with youth grades 4-11 (ages 10-17), and their families, who may be demonstrating mild to moderate risk factors and negative behaviors.  The objective of the program is to build resilience for the youth through making connections to school, family, local resources and each other by building a trusting and positive relationship within the community. At this time, only professional referrals are currently being accepted. Should you have any questions on how to access this program please email RM_FYRST_Team@rcmp-grc.gc.ca or call 604-467-7664.