Tell Cumberland County Council You Support the RCMP
Local RCMP Members provide Cumberland County residents with committed, effective policing services with significant cost-efficiency. The Municipality of Cumberland County Council recently announced that they will soon be accepting proposals for police services, which could result in the selection of a new policing service for the region. Police transition studies in other jurisdictions across Canada have identified significant cost and tax increases for residents.
RCMP in Cumberland County
By having the RCMP as its police service, Cumberland County benefits from significant savings with the federal government contributing 30% of the cost of policing services. This means taxpayer funds can be focused on investing in other important community services, like healthcare.
High training standards
Cumberland County RCMP Members provide a standard of service and training that is among the highest in the country and not necessarily provided by other municipal police services.
Cumberland County residents benefit from a range of RCMP-provided specialized services to support public safety, including Police Dog Services, Forensics, Emergency Response Teams, Collision Reconstructionist, and more. Unlike municipal police services, the RCMP can draw on these specialized teams internally, and bring a large number of resources to bare when responding to an incident.
A proud part of the community
Cumberland Country RCMP Members are proud to live and work in the areas they serve. Our Members are actively engaged in the community and have deep personal, family, and social connections with residents in Cumberland County.
Read the full Cumberland County Council Police Service Review submission to learn more about the Cumberland County RCMP.
Show your support for Cumberland RCMP Members by writing to the Mayor and Council.