Mission RCMP

The Mission RCMP serve our growing and diverse community. 

Headed by Inspector Ted Lewko, Mission Detachment provides key services and programs in general duty policing, community response, street crime policing, forensic identification, general investigations, police dog service, traffic and administrative support. 

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For the most up to date news, alerts, requests for information and opportunities, please visit the official Mission RCMP website.

Contact Us

Mission RCMP Detachment
7171 Oliver Street Mission, BC V2V 6H2
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Phone: (604) 826-7161
Fax: (604) 820-3548
Office Hours: Mon to Fri 08:00 – 17:00 Sat & Sun 10:00 – 14:00
Officer In Charge Ted Lewko
Manager of Administration Rogine Battel

Crime Prevention Office

The Mission Crime Prevention Office is dedicated to serving the community of Mission by informing, educating and initiating various Crime Prevention methods through different means. Become a Block Watch Member. A Break and Enter can be prevented if criminals know that there are watchful neighbours.

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Mission RCMP Victim Services Unit

The Mission RCMP Victim Services Unit is part of the Provincial Victim Services Program. We are a victim assistance program dedicated to providing support to people affected by crime, crisis or other trauma. We are located in the Mission RCMP detachment and administered by the District of Mission.

If you are a victim under the Victims of Crime Act (VOCA), you have the right to be treated with courtesy and respect, given information about victim services and given an explanation of how the criminal justice system works.
If you have experienced a crisis or other trauma, our support services can assist with:

  • Crisis intervention
  • Emotional support
  • Court support
  • Referrals to community supports

Our program also offers a rewarding volunteer experience. For anyone seeking to learn about crisis response and victim/client support, we encourage you to contact the Mission Victim Services Coordinator Stephanie Atzinger to learn about our annual training program.

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If you are experiencing a crisis and need immediate assistance, please call 911.