RCMP – Sooke Detachment
Last updated March 29, 2021
During an emergency, dial 9-1-1
The Sooke RCMP Detachment serves a very large area, extending as far as Port Renfrew (82 kilometres west of Sooke). The Sooke detachment has a Staff Sergeant, Corporals, Constables and Public Service employees, as well as Auxiliary Constables and a part-time Victim Services worker. In addition to their distinctive motor vehicles, the RCMP utilizes bike patrols on a part-time basis. Several volunteers work in Victim Services and citizen crime watch patrol.
- Criminal records check
- Document verification
- General information
- Non-emergency complaints
- Online crime reporting
- Outside detachment emergency phone
- Police certificate
- Report a crime
- Vulnerable sector check
When to make use of the ONLINE CRIME REPORTING tool
In general, the ONLINE CRIME REPORTING TOOL is an online platform for the public to report non-emergency crimes to the RCMP. Currently, these are the types of non-emergency crimes that can be reported through the tool:
- Lost Property
- Theft of Bicycle Under $5000
- Theft Under $5000
- Theft Under $5000 from Vehicle
- Damage/Mischief Under $5000 to Property
- Damage/Mischief Under $5000 to Vehicle
- Driving Complaints
- Hit and Run to Unoccupied Vehicle or Property
This tool provides an efficient way for residents to report less serious crimes and provides citizens with the file numbers they may need in circumstances of lost or stolen property. It allows RCMP front-line staff to focus on higher-priority issues to ultimately improve response times, which will improve the safety of our community.
To report a crime through the online tool, residents need to provide an address, phone number, and valid email address. The process typically takes less than 15 minutes to complete.
For immediate police assistance, please call 9-1-1.
2076 Church Rd, Sooke, BC
Emergency Only: Dial 911