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Our Next Meeting

Our next meeting is:

Tuesday, September 13, 2016

Provincial Building


10008 - 107 Street, in Morinville.

7:00 pm

All SRCWA members and guests are welcome. Light refreshments will be served.

The Provincial Building is at the marker above. Click on the map to zoom in or out or to change between street map and satellite views.


The Morinville RCMP is looking for the public’s assistance in solving several local crimes. Please review these details and help if you can.

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Welcome to the Sturgeon Rural Crime Watch Association (SRCWA) web site.

We are 825+ Sturgeon County residents making a difference in our area. We act as additional eyes and ears for the RCMP throughout Sturgeon County.

We hope you find the information here useful and if you are not already a member, we encourage you to read the information under the About SRCWA link above then click on the Membership button above and join the more than 825 other active Crime Watch members here in Sturgeon County, Alberta.

Please take a few minutes to explore our site. If you have comments or questions about our program, or simply need more information and want to contact us,

Mail: info@sturgeonruralcrimewatch.org

Crime Prevention is Everyone’s Responsibility!

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Francoise’s Feature

June 15, 2016

Hi Everyone,

June 14th was the last gathering of our group before our summer break. It was more of a social evening and a pleasant one at that.

On June 11th a number of our members attended the opening of the new Protective Services Building in Sturgeon County. It is a great building and a real asset to all the residents of the County. We are lucky to have so many qualified personnel in the event of an emergency. Their hours of operation and telephone numbers are posted on our website.

One of our members updated us as to our status with communications – the transition so far has been quite smooth. Our zone members will be contacting all of the phone members to find out if they do now have e-mail addresses or someone who is able to keep them abreast of the information the RCMP provide us to fan out. We have not had a lot of messages from the RCMP lately but Cpl Gulash advised me that there has not been much to report. We are not able to post anything to our website or fan it out to our members unless we receive it from the RCMP.

Bill Willocks, the Peace Officer for Sturgeon County, has been the liaison for us for several years. His position has changed and we now have Matt Roblin who is replacing him. We look forward to having Matt on board. We thank Bill for his years of attending our meetings and keeping us up on bylaws, any changes for the Peace Officers and anything of importance. Thanks Bill.

The highlight of our June meeting is always the presentation of the Fred Scharmann Award to a worthy volunteer. This year’s recipient was Greg Harrison, who has been our webmaster for the past eight years. Greg has retired from this position although he is staying on to help us for a while longer.

In 2008 Greg was “volunteered” by Cpl Laurel Kading who was the liaison officer with SRCWA at the time. There have been changes made to the website many times and we have had over 10,000 visitors. If you would like more information, check out our website at www.sturgeonrualcrimewatch.org

A job well done Greg and we thank you for that.

I personally thank Greg for all his help with my monthly Feature – he was always available to help with things like punctuation, grammar, sentence structure or as he would say “I made some subtle changes”. I knew when I sent in my Feature I could depend on him to “make me look good”!!

After the formalities we all sat back, relaxed, enjoyed the goodies and spent the evening visiting. Our monthly meetings are strictly business so our chance to get to know the other board members is limited. I hope everyone enjoyed themselves. I say a huge thank you to all my board members and executive – without all of you being so willing to put your heart and soul into our organization we just wouldn’t be here.

I wish all of you, our members a very safe and happy summer holiday. See you in September.

If you have any questions or comments I would love to hear from you. Please contact me at


Thank you,

Francoise Meunier

Francoise Meunier

President, SRCWA