Community Police Offices

District 2 Office

Photo of District 2 Office with RCMP member

The Lougheed Community Police Office opened to the public in the Spring of 1997 and is located in Lougheed Mall. Community Policing is a service delivery model aimed at engaging the community in problem solving initiatives in relation to public safety concerns. Access to the Community Police Office (CPO) can only be gained from outside of the mall.

The main entrance is on the west side of the mall. There is plenty of parking available at the mall.


Lougheed Community Police Office
#178-9855 Austin Avenue
V3J 1N4
Tel. 604-646-9559
Fax. 604-646-9558 

Hours of operation

Hours may vary. If you require in-person service, please phone ahead to confirm office hours.


The services that are provided at the Community Police Office are as follows:

Community Response Team (CRT) 

The Burnaby RCMP has renamed its community based officers, the Community Response Team. This name change better reflects the services provided by these officers who are stationed out of the four Community Police Offices (CPO).

The Burnaby RCMP Community Response Team (CRT) has re-conceptualized what it means to provide community policing services in today’s highly dynamic policing environment. Members of CRT have come to recognize a need to balance the need for community engagement, with the key policing responsibility of Crime Reduction. This team seeks to:

The team will seek to establish a collaborative working relationship with all relevant community partners in order to further the service delivery we provide to the community.

Community Safety Advisory Committee (CSAC)

Each policing district in Burnaby also has a Community Safety Advisory Committee (CSAC). Committee members work with other community safety partners, including police and Crime Reduction staff, to identify and find new solutions to address community safety challenges. Applications are accepted twice a year.

Volunteer Opportunities and Programs

Our volunteers come from a diverse background. Some of our volunteers are students with interests in law enforcement, some are senior citizens and some are community members simply looking to give back to their community.

There are many volunteer based programs centered out of the Lougheed CPO such as the following:

Foot Patrol - The goal is to observe and report crime to the police. This increased visibility in the community contributes to making Burnaby a safe place to live and work.

Bike Patrol - This program provides the Northeast District of Burnaby with a visible presence that promotes community involvement in crime prevention.

Cell Watch - This program is sponsored by ICBC. It is an educational initiative aimed at reducing distracted driving. Volunteers set up "leave the phone alone" sandwich boards and conduct road-side surveys observing drivers and their behaviours. Information is used to help ICBC and police better understand the issues at a local level and to develop initiatives to reduce distracted driving.

Speed Watch - This is a program sponsored by ICBC and is intended to reduce speed-related crashes by making drivers aware of their speeds while traveling through the community. Volunteers target neighbourhoods with reported incidents of unsafe speed as well as high collision areas. Volunteers are trained to use portable radar equipment and an electronic digital board which displays the motorists speed. Information gathered is used by ICBC for statistical purposes.

Community Events - There are many community events throughout the year which educate and raise awareness of crime prevention programs and initiatives in the Burnaby Mountain - Northeast Community. These events are supported by the volunteers, Burnaby RCMP and other agencies and help build the strong sense of community which the area is known for.

If you are interested in joining the growing team of volunteers you must:

If you meet the above criteria and would like to learn more about volunteering, please bring 2 pieces of identification (including photo & current address) to the front counter of the CPO to pick up an application form.

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