Services and information
Alberta Law Enforcement Response Teams (ALERT) brings together Alberta's integrated policing units to strategically tackle serious and organized crime.
Participate in the annual ceremony to remember and honour Alberta’s fallen officers.
Civil forfeiture takes away criminal property, such as cash, vehicles and homes, and uses it to help victims and support community programs.
Ensure your commercial vehicle complies with provincial and federal laws by visiting an inspection station or branch office near you.
If you feel you weren’t treated fairly during the property seizure or eviction process, you can file a complaint with the agency involved.
Promote safe and secure communities across Alberta by being part of our dedicated corrections and law enforcement team.
The board, an independent and impartial body, hears appeals from citizens and police officers regarding complaints of officer misconduct.
This office regulates Alberta’s civil enforcement industry.
Government departments, municipalities and other organizations are authorized by the Alberta government to employ peace officers.
Hire an agency to collect on someone’s outstanding debts or evict them if they don’t respond to your court order.