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Report a Problem/Contact Community Peace Officer

Lethbridge County Community Peace Officer

Telephone: (403) 634-0755
Email

Lethbridge County's Community Peace Officer works a variety of shift schedules and patrols all areas of Lethbridge County.  Please note that the CPO is not a 911 emergency responder.  Should you need police services, the R.C.M.P are the police service/emergency responders for this region.  Dial 911 for the R.C.M.P.


To report a problem electronically, please fill out the form below.


Protection of County infrastructure is a primary focus for our CPO. Overweight commercial vehicles traveling on County roads and over County bridges can cause severe and costly damage to those transportation routes. Our CPO travels with portable scales for on-the-spot verification of commercial vehicle weight checks and will enforce all laws related to weights and measurements, load security, transportation of hazardous materials and commercial vehicle certification. 

It is important to be aware of current Road Bans while operating commercial vehicles within Lethbridge County.  Road Bans are posted at https://lethcounty.ca/road-ban

If the Fire Hazard is high, Lethbridge County may impose a Fire Ban which automatically cancels all issued Fire Permits. Always check our website or the Alberta Fire Bans website (https://albertafirebans.ca) before you burn to ensure no Fire Ban is in effect.

Burning while a Fire Ban is in place is an offence under Lethbridge County Bylaw #1423- Fire Ban and subject to fines by the Community Peace Officer.  To report an illegal burn during a Fire Ban, call the CPO at (403) 634-0755 or dial 9-1-1.


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Animal Control Complaint Lines

IF THIS IS AN EMERGENCY, IF YOUR SAFETY OR THE SAFETY OF ANOTHER IS IN JEOPARDY CALL 9-1-1

  • Community Peace Officer
    • Phone: (403) 634-0755,
    • Email
  • Animal Control Officer
    • Phone: (403) 320-4099
  • RCMP Complaint Line
    • Phone: (403) 732-4429

Dog Control Regulations

The four principles under which the Dog Regulation and Control Bylaw has been developed are public safety, needs and enjoyment of dog owners, needs and enjoyment of non-dog owners and effective bylaw enforcement. Please refer to the Dog Regulation and Control Bylaw for more detailed information.


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