Slave Lake Enforcement Services

Slave Lake Enforcement Services employs two full-time Peace Officers. All members are on staff to patrol the Town of Slave Lake. Enforcement services are available to the general public most days, with varied shifts, and can be accessed by telephone by dialing 780-849-8014 The duties performed by the Peace Officers are diverse and public service oriented. The secondary level of policing allows for a direct, pro-active approach to Law Enforcement concerns across the Town.
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    New Temporary Enforcement Powers Given to Alberta Peace Officers

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    Enforcement Services Update - September 10th, 2020

    Slave Lake Peace Officers have been very busy dealing with a variety of complaints. In just two days alone, officers responded to 14 calls for service. Read on...
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Animal Control

Residents of Slave Lake can contact the Peace Officers through the Animal Control complaint line at 780-849-8014. The Peace Officers responds to complaints on an as needed basis, following up on calls as they are received. If there is no answer, callers are encouraged to leave a message with a call back number and an Peace Officer will follow up with the complainant.