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We are committed to the protection of our employees, contractors, visitors, patrons, volunteers, and physical assets from accidental loss, damage, or injury.

Through the town’s progressive health and safety policy, both potential and current partners have access to a working environment that promotes their personal well-being.

In fulfilling this commitment to protect both people and property, our management aims to provide and maintain a safe and healthy work environment in compliance with legislative requirements.

Our organization also strives to eliminate any foreseeable hazards which may result in property damage, accidents, personal injury or illness.

As such, our Health and Safety Policy have the following thrusts:

  • Employees and contractors will be responsible for minimizing accidents within our facilities and on municipal property.
  • Employees, contractors and visitors will follow safe work practices and procedures;
  • Safety is the direct responsibility of all managers, supervisors, employees and contractors;
  • All work will comply with federal, provincial and municipal safety requirements;
  • Employees and contractors will be familiar with the Occupational Health and Safety Act and Regulations, and;
  • This policy does not take precedence over the Alberta Occupational Health and Safety Act and Regulations.

The Town of Drumheller currently holds a Certificate of Recognition (COR). This is awarded to employers who develop health and safety programs that meet established standards.

Certificates are issued by Alberta Jobs, Skills, Training and Labor and are co-signed by Certifying Partners.

Achieving and maintaining a valid COR is required for earning a financial incentive through the WCB Partnerships in Injury Reduction program.

Effective health and safety management systems have been shown to have an impact on reducing injuries.

Eliminating the social and financial effects of injuries can strengthen the business success of participating employers.

For these reasons, we are proud to say that we have been doing our best to provide service without sacrificing this important part of our operations.


We are committed to promoting an effective and sustainable partnership with our community in the priority issue of public safety.

Established in 2009, the Town Policing Committee acts as a liaison between our Council, the RCMP detachment, our By-law Enforcement Office, and the citizens of our valley.

For its mission, the board receives complaints relating to the delivery of police services and manages informally or formally with members of the policing community where applicable.

It also envisions itself as a highly effective, accessible, and responsive link between the partners previously mentioned that includes you as an important member of our community.

The Committee consists of 9 appointed, voting members. Out of this, 5 are citizens from our Town, 1 mayor or designate by resolution of the Town of Drumheller’s Council. 

It also includes 3 public members from any of the following communities:

Notably, members of the public can have terms of up to 6 consecutive years. They shall also remain in office until their respective successors are appointed.

The present members of the committee and their respective positions are as follows:







Vice Chairman

Jim Decore

Public Complaints Director


Member Rural

Larry Keddie

Member Urban

Larry Coney

Member Urban

Darryl Drohomerski

Chief Administrative Officer

Greg Peters

Director of Protective Services

Tom Zariski

Drumheller Councillor

S. Sgt. Kevin Charles

S. Sgt. RCMP Drumheller

Judy Quintin- Arvidson

Recording Secretary

Bob Sargeant

Member Delia

Karen Neill

Member Starland


The committee, with a strong thrust for urban and rural partnerships, strives to progress as the most reliable public organization in facing challenges in policing and community enforcement in our valley.

Your policing committee actively finds ways to have you involved. Click on this link for a survey that seeks to collect opinions on our current policing priorities.

For inquiries and more information, you may view our by-laws for this service, a summary brochure here, or contact us at (403) 823-1363.


With our community’s safety in question, we take pride in our effective collaboration with federal and provincial agencies that enable us to reach you more extensively.

Interested in knowing what makes our Town safe? You came to the right page.

A key organization in this objective is the RCMP.

With the RCMP in town, our sense of community ownership has never been more apparent.

More importantly, having knowledge about the RCMP and its specifics allows you take safety to another level not just for yourself but for the community as a whole.





The RCMP is an agency of the Canadian Ministry of Public Safety and serves as our national police service.

Consisted of more than 28, 000 personnel, it is considered as one of the world’s most renowned police forces.

The RCMP detachment in our community is part of a far-reaching national security strategy.

The national, federal, and municipal scope of the RCMP is what makes it unique in the world.

Mandated by the RCMP Act, the RCMP enforces laws in our country under the authority of the Canadian Parliament. It is also tasked to administer justice in provinces and up to 180 municipalities.

Its aims include the prevention and apprehension of serious and organized crime. Although this might sound far from the scope of our community, it can affect all of us in a big way.

This would include the taxes that we pay, our car insurance premiums, our banking fees, and your health.

Another area that the RCMP focuses on is our youth. In this area, the RCMP strives to reduce youth involvement in crime, whether as victims or offenders.

The issues that surround this objective are bullying and cyber bullying, impaired and distracted driving, substance abuse, and youth violence.

To combat these issues, the RCMP employs sustainable responses that focus on risk factors, prevention, and early interventions.

This can be done through promoting youth engagement and empowerment.

Aside from these, our RCMP strives to promote national security, protect the welfare of our aboriginal communities, and safeguard the economic integrity of communities around the country.





Our municipal RCMP is committed to realizing these goals in a way that concretely impacts our community.

Not only do they provide policing on a 24-hour basis, they are also active in community events and organizations.

An example of this would be their participation in the Duke of Edinburgh award, an opportunity for our young leaders to cultivate the values of personal discovery, self-reliance, and responsibility.

This award aims to empower and guide our youth by learning effective communication and goal setting in a team-centric environment.

Another initiative that our local RCMP is involved with is the program called Two-wheel view.

In this innovative endeavor, our officers help create avenues for our community youth to learn about valuable life lessons through educational bicycle programs and expeditions.

The areas touched by this program include leadership, health and wellness, and self-esteem.

In addition, a vital service that our RCMP officers is victim services.  This plays an important role in reducing the negative impact of victimization.  This program lessens the effects of trauma, enhances safety, encourages participation in the justice system, and prepares victims acting as witnesses for court proceedings.

Our RCMP officers are also involved with other community activities such as coaching in soccer, playing dodgeball and floor hockey against school teams, and with the local sea cadets.





You may reach the Drumheller detachment in several ways; making their service easily accessible for everyone in town.

In times of emergency, the RCMP can be contacted by dialing 911. Interested in placing a complaint? Please call (403) 823-2630 for their 24-hour hotline.

To contact our municipal detachment, kindly refer to the following information:

Box 1030 Drumheller
75 Riverside Drive T0J 0Y0
Administration Line: (403) 823-7590
Monday to Friday 7:30 am to 5 pm

Interested in knowing more about the RCMP?Visit their website here.

If you wish to participate in the conversation of our local detachment's policing priorities, the Town Policing Committee is here for you. 

Truly, our RCMP reinforces our feeling or safety in our community. Throughout the years, their fortitude has transformed our Town into one of the prosperous areas in the province.


We recognize health and safety as two intimately related issues that have a significant impact in the lives of the members of our community.

Through this, we have strategically identified various methods of cooperation that account for these two areas. More importantly, the devised means to combat threats in these issues are designed to create impact in both the small and the large scale.

This section aims to discuss health and safety in the concept of service that we, as an organization, adhere to.

If you aspire to keep our Town safe and the health of the members of our community in check, information in this section is vital. 

In the context of Town services, our objectives in health and safety are made possible by our effective coordination with RCMP and the Town Policing Committee.

Another way this is made possible is through our commitment with the agencies that have been mandated to promote a workplace environment that promotes the employee’s general welfare.

We have a strong commitment to keeping our community healthy and safe.

It is our hope that through the avenues above, the Town of Drumheller and its community continue to work together to make our Town a place where we can thrive.