Learn about Burnaby RCMP, community policing and how to contact the police
Burnaby RCMP is one of the largest detachments in Canada. Burnaby RCMP works in partnership with the City to help make Burnaby safe and peaceful for residents, businesses and visitors.
The detachment provides policing services in Burnaby. Police officers, city staff and volunteers work to improve and maintain public safety through a range of core policing and public education programs and services.
Burnaby RCMP has organized the city into 4 districts for operational purposes and to consult with local communities about their unique public safety concerns. Each has its own community police office.
Community Policing involves the residents and businesses working with the police to create a safer city for everyone. Burnaby RCMP Community Response Team members and Crime Prevention Services staff engage with the local community to reduce crime and find new solutions to ongoing problems. Join our volunteer crime prevention programs or one of our Community Policing Advisory Committees by contacting your local community police office.
Community safety reports
View crime reduction statistics, crime density maps, updates on community policing operations, programs and events below.
- February / March 2021
- December 2020 / January 2021
- August / September 2020
- June / July 2020
- February / May 2020
- December 2019 / January 2020
- October / November 2019
- August / September 2019
- June / July 2019
- April / May 2019
Learn about the community safety programs the City organizes along with Burnaby RCMP and other organizations.
Online Crime Reporting
You can now report non-emergency crimes using Burnaby RCMP's new online crime reporting tool without having to visit or call a detachment. A police officer may follow up only if more information is needed.
Report a crime online
Burnaby RCMP Detachment
- Phone and non-emergency
Monday to Sunday from 8 am to 6 pm. Open on all statutory holidays.