Units within the Leduc RCMP Detachment
Community policing – is about attending community events, working with the community, liaising with Leduc and District Victim Services and working with various organizations to help raise awareness of policing priorities in the region.
General duty members – help ensure public safety and security, investigate crimes and enforce the law.
General Investigation Section (GIS) – manage and investigate major criminal offences and is comprised of investigators who have an extensive background and experience in operational policing. Major criminal investigations include homicide, sexual assaults, auto thefts, robberies, extortion, abduction, etc.
Integrated Municipal and Provincial Drug Unit/Enforcement – focuses on conducting drug investigations and cracking down on drug offenders in the region. As well as, works with the community to help reduce the amount of drugs within the region. Proactively, they’ve partnered with the Leduc Community Drug Action Committee and works with the school resource officer to help educate DARE students.
Leduc Crime Reduction Unit – Primary focus is to reduce property crime through a focus of prolific offenders.
Leduc and District Victim Services – is a policed-based, non-profit, charitable society that works in partnership with the Leduc, Beaumont, Devon, Edmonton Int'l Airport, Thorsby and Breton RCMP detachments to provide support, information and referrals to persons in Leduc County and Breton during their time of crisis, trauma or tragedy whether it is as a victim of a crime, sudden death or crisis.
Municipal Integrated Traffic Unit – a Community Peace Officer partnering with RCMP to provide enhanced level of traffic services in the City of Leduc.
School resource officer – is a proactive position within the Leduc RCMP who works with local children and youth through school visits and presentations. This position also manages the DARE program (Drug Abuse Resistance Education).