Morinville RCMP

Morinville RCMP provides Morinville and area with professional police services, enforcing all laws, including provincial statutes and the Criminal Code of Canada.

Location and office hours

Address: 10512 101 Avenue, Morinville 
Monday to Friday 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. 

Closed on weekends and statutory holidays
General Inquiries:
Fax: 780-939-3774

Report a crime

You can report an issue by calling:

The phone lines are open 24-hours a day, 7 days a week.

Criminal record checks and police information checks

Morinville RCMP provides Criminal Record Checks with or without the Vulnerable Sector for residents on a first come first served basis. 

 Request a Criminal Record Check

Hours of service:

  • Monday to Friday from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. 
  • Closed on weekends and statutory holidays

Requirements for a Criminal Record Check:

  • Two valid original pieces of government issued identification; one must have a photo and your signature.
  • Proof of residency. If your current driver's licence or identification card does not show your current residence in our jurisdiction, please provide documentation that verifies your current address.

Criminal Record Check fees

ServiceFee

Volunteer /Student *

No charge

Employment, Fostering, Guardianship

$40

Permanent Residency and Landed Immigrant (outside of Canada)

$40

Adoptions, Visa, Foreign Travel, U.S. Waiver, Border Crossing, Employment, Insurance, Real Estate, Security, Paramedics, Other Provincial Licensing

$40

Canadian Citizenship, Immigration to Canada, Canadian Permanent Residency

No charge

Federal Employee

No charge

Morinville RCMP accepts exact cash, debit, MasterCard or Visa.

* Volunteer letter from requesting organization required at time of service.

* Students entering school practicums require a Proof of Enrollment letter from requesting school at time of service.

Fingerprinting

Morinville RCMP provides civil fingerprints for residents by appointment only.

Hours of service (for fingerprinting):

  • Wednesday 9 to 11 a.m. and 2 to 4 p.m.
  • Closed on weekends and statutory holidays

Requirements for fingerprints:

  • One valid original piece of government issued identification which must have a photo and your signature
  • Proof of residency. If your current driver's licence or identification card does not show your current residence in our jurisdiction, please provide documentation that verifies your current address.
Fingerprinting fees
ServiceFee

Volunteer /Student *

No charge

Employment, Fostering, Guardianship

$25

Name Change Act

$25

Permanent Residency and Landed Immigrant (outside of Canada)

$25

Adoptions, Visa, Foreign Travel, U.S. Waiver, Border Crossing, Employment, Insurance, Real Estate, Security, Paramedics, Other Provincial Licensing

$25

Record Suspensions/Pardons

$25

Canadian Citizenship, Immigration to Canada, Canadian Permanent Residency

No charge

Federal Employee

No charge

Morinville RCMP accepts exact cash, debit, MasterCard or Visa.

* Volunteer letter from requesting organization required at time of service.

* Students entering school practicums require a Proof of Enrollment letter from requesting school at time of service.

Reporting a collision

When to call police

  • Serious injury, fatality or if drugs and alcohol may be involved: call 9-1-1
  • Vehicle not driveable or driver fails to produce registration/insurance: call 780-939-4520

If vehicles are driveable and do not fall into the above factors, police are not required. Proceed to exchange information and report as required.

Report a Collision 

When to report

You are required to report to the police any collisions that result in injury and/or damages over $2000 (combined damage) as soon as practical.

This includes:

  • Single vehicle collisions
  • Multiple vehicle collisions
  • All hit and runs

You may be required to attend the Morinville RCMP detachment to provide a written statement and provide copies of vehicle documents.

Exchange information

At the time of collision with another driver, both drivers must exchange the following:

  • Driver's name and address
  • Driver's licence number
  • Name and address of the registered owner of the vehicle, if different than the driver
  • Licence plate of vehicle
  • Information off insurance card for the vehicle damaged, including policy number, agent and insurance company name and expiry date
  • Phone numbers and names of any witnesses not in vehicles involved in the collision

Victim services

Sturgeon Victim Services provides crisis and trauma support to the residents of Morinville, Sturgeon County and Alexander First Nations in partnership with the Morinville RCMP. 

Crime mapping

We are committed to neighbourhood development, including innovative and responsive community policing, which is why the crime map was developed.

Knowing the real picture of neighbourhood crime reported to the RCMP is the first step in doing something about it. It is more than just numbers; it is about knowing where crime is happening.

View the Community Crime Map