Peace Officers

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For emergencies, call 911

Lac La Biche County recognizes the need to provide a safe public environment for residents and visitors. The County's Enforcement Services department works alongside community members, provincial agencies and the RCMP to provide proactive education and leadership and enforce municipal and provincial laws.

Lac La Biche County's Peace Officers are responsible for delivering Animal Control services. Click here for information about Animal Control.

Contact Information

24-Hour Complaint Line: (780) 623-6767
General Inquiries: (780) 623-6774 or
Emergencies (threat to life or property): 911

Who We Are and What We Do

The County employs both Community Peace Officers and Municipal Bylaw Enforcement Officers. The Community Peace Officer Program operates under the direction of Alberta Justice and Solicitor General.

Lac La Biche County's program has three purposes:

  1. Increase public awareness through relationship-building, outreach and education initiatives
  2. Promote community standards, public safety and responsibility
  3. Enforce provincial legislation and the County's bylaws

How do we do this? 

In addition to patrolling and responding to complaints, officers host information sessions and lead awareness campaigns about a wide variety of important topics, from crime prevention to the proper use of child safety seats. Officers visit local schools, run checkstops, and collaborate with our local and regional partners to address issues.

Bylaw Awareness and Enforcement

One of the Enforcement Services department's primary responsibilities is awareness and enforcement of the County's bylaws. All bylaws are public documents. Click here to view a selection of our most important ones. Some of the bylaws our officers frequently work with include the following: