Uniformed General Duty Investigators are the front line of policing services in our community.
Chilliwack RCMP Property Crimes Section is comprised of six plain clothes investigators who investigate property related crimes including break and enters, thefts, possession of stolen property, auto thefts, and thefts from motor vehicles.
The Chilliwack Municipal Traffic Section is dedicated to road safety and the reduction of death and injuries on our roadways. Through various initiatives aimed at speed enforcement, seat belt compliance, intersection enforcement and impaired driving detection, these traffic members strive to provide high levels of road safety for the motoring public.
The First Nations Policing Section is dedicated to serving the First Nations Communities within the City of Chilliwack and throughout the Upper Fraser Valley. Through pro-active initiatives such as MADD, DARE, Citizens on Patrol and various other Community Policing iniatives, the First Nations Police Officers dedicate their time and effort in ensuring safe homes and safe communities within the First Nations population of Chilliwack.
The Forensic Identification Section (FIS) is responsible for crime scene analysis, collecting, preserving and processing evidence, providing expert testimony in court with respect to forensic evidence as well as lectures and training on specialized techniques.
Frequently asked questions about police powers, homelessness and open drug use.
Police Dog Services utilize specially trained dogs and their handlers to provide support services including tracking suspects and missing persons and searching for drugs and explosives.
The Serious Crime Section investigates crimes of a serious nature including robbery, arson, sex crimes, abductions, attempted murder, shootings, stabbings, major frauds and extortions. The police officers assigned to this unit provide in depth investigations with specialized knowledge and expertise.
The Criminal Intelligence Section investigates major organized crime groups and their associated criminal activities. The ultimate goal of this unit is to disrupt and dismantle these criminal organizations through investigation and prosecution of their members and their activities.
This team of highly skilled and experienced investigators investigates all homicides within the Lower Mainland.