The RCMP in British Columbia has over 600 dedicated traffic services officers who provide traffic law enforcement, public education and work closely with partners to make our roads safe.
Our overall Strategic Objective is to make the roads of British Columbia the safest in the world. Our primary enforcement targets are those driving behaviours that cause roadway fatalities and serious injuries:
- Unbelted drivers and passengers
- Impaired drivers by alcohol, drugs or medication
- Aggressive Drivers
- Intersection Infractions
- Distracted Drivers
Programs and Services
- Automatic License Plate Recognition
- Commercial Vehicle Safety
- Integrated Road Safety Units
- Intersection Camera Safety Unit
Road Safety Tips
Learn about BC Driving Laws and the fines you could have to pay.
- Vehicle Types
Bicycles, motorcylces, ATV's etc., all have special considerations to take into account to drive safely.
- Seasonal Driving
Driving in the rain can be very different than driving in the snow. Learn how to prepare yourself for the change in seasons
Contact Traffic Services
If you are seeking information, we have information already available on-line which may be exactly what you need. We invite you to start by checking out our Road Safety Tips.
If you cannot find the answer to your question, please contact us via email:
Note: The RCMP does not accept reports of crime via email. To report a crime, or for immediate police assistance, please call 9-1-1 or contact your local RCMP detachment or the police force in your area.
Contact our Traffic Service Units
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