Cochrane Citizens on Patrol                 Box 1768, Cochrane, AB  T4C 1B6           cochranecitizensonpatrol@gmail.com

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W
elcome to the Cochrane Citizens on Patrol a unique and diverse group of committed volunteers dedicated to maintaining a safe and crime free community.

The Cochrane Citizens on Patrol (C.O.P.) Program originated when the Community Policing Advisory Committee (CPAC) expressed an interest informing a partnership with the RCMP to address the problems in the community with regards to break and enters, vandalism impaired drivers, and young offenders.

Since 1994 this group has continually served the citizens by working in partnership with the RCMP and the community, providing eyes and ears of Cochrane.  The Citizens On Patrol Program is under the umbrella of the Community Policing Advisory Committee (CPAC).

The Citizens on Patrol are an active group of volunteers that work in cooperation with the RCMP. They go out into our community and report any suspicious activity or note suspicious persons or vehicles in the area. C.O.P. volunteers NEVER BECOME INVOLVED IN AN INCIDENT and only report what they see.

This unique and diverse group of committed volunteers dedicated to maintaining a crime free community.

  • Mission: To creat a safer community by patrolling, reporting and education.

  • Vision: To be a key member of the community protective services team, recognized as a properly trained, equipped and motivated volunteer group.

  • Mandate: Achieve the Mission in Cochrane town limits in partnership with the Town and RCMP through the following business lines:

  • Community Patrols and Reporting of concerns
  • Speed Watch
  • Traffic Control
  • Search Parties
  • Youth Education

 

Last updated Nov 6, 2008      webmaster - webmaster@cochranecop.com

 

Become a Member


A C.O.P. member is any person in the town of Cochrane community who is 18 years of age or older, and who has passed a security check by the RCMP.

 

Monthly Meeting

Regular monthly meetings are held on the first Monday of each month at the Protective Services Centre on Griffen road at 7 pm.

 

 

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