The New Brunswick RCMP provides a series of tools to help the public learn more about police work in their communities. The New Brunswick occurrence map, graphs and reports is a representation of calls for service in RCMP jurisdictions in the province. You can see the total number of calls for service the RCMP attended in that area for the current calendar year to date.
You can find information on the following tools:
- New Brunswick occurrence map: The RCMP's New Brunswick occurrence map is a geographical representation of year-to-date occurrences in RCMP jurisdiction in New Brunswick. By selecting a community, you can see the total number of occurrences for the current calendar year in your area.
- New Brunswick occurrence graphs: The RCMP's New Brunswick occurrence graphs provides a year-over-year trendline and top 10 occurrences in RCMP jurisdiction.
- Daily occurrence reports: The New Brunswick RCMP daily occurrence report is a reflection of the files received and processed by the New Brunswick RCMP during a 24-hour period. The report includes the total number of calls for service, as well as a breakdown of those calls. A brief description of some calls for service is also provided.
- Online Crime Reporting: Online Crime Reporting gives New Brunswickers, in RCMP area of jurisdiction, an alternate way to report certain non-emergency crimes without calling the police, or visiting a detachment. The easy-to-use website guides you through a series of questions to give police information about your incident. Online crime reporting is not meant to replace other forms of reporting crime. Always call 911 in an emergency.
- Public Safety Crime Dashboard: The Department of Justice and Public Safety developed the public safety crime dashboards to improve the understanding of police-reported crime. The dashboards provide police-reported crime information in a centralized platform that is interactive to allow the user to look at trends, patterns, and relationships by using the available quantitative data.
- Crime and justice in New Brunswick: Every day, law enforcement agencies in New Brunswick work diligently and take action to prevent crime and make communities safer. The Department of Justice and Public Safety is working with policing agencies of jurisdiction to crimes that affect our communities. New Brunswickers can help make their communities safer by reporting crime to police and by looking out for their friends and neighbours. Using resources such as online crime reporting and alternate response units allows police to respond to non-emergency calls more quickly, and frees up police officers for urgent calls.