EagleThe City of Campbell River is supported be a variety of public safety agencies which proudly support the City and surrounding Campbell River area.

Please take the time to visit the other public safety agency websites which serve, protect and support the Campbell River area.



Campbell River Search and Rescue

Campbell River Search & Rescue Society was founded in 1976 and officially incorporated in 1979. Campbell River Search and Rescue is a volunteer community-based search and rescue team. Its members are from all walks of life but share a common interest in providing an important life-saving service to the public, 24 hours a day, every day of the year.


Crime Stoppers

Crime Stoppers encourages members of the community to assist local law enforcement agencies in the fight against crime by overcoming the two key elements that inhibit community involvement: fear and apathy.

Crime Stoppers provides a 24hour telephone number and secure Web Tips to encourage citizens in the community to volunteer vital information helpful to law enforcement agencies to fight against crime.

Phone: 1-800-222-8477
Tip Text Messages: (274637)
Website: Campbell River Crime Stoppers

We guarantee your anonymity, you will not have to appear in court and you will be eligible to receive a Cash Award if your tip leads to the solving of a crime. 


Campbell River Emergency Support Services Team

CRESST LogoEmergency Support Services (ESS) is a volunteer community-based provincial emergency response program that provides short term disaster relief in the event of an emergency or disaster. ESS also educates the public on emergency preparedness. All volunteers are trained to assist in the planning for and the implementation of ESS during an emergency response.


Campbell River Emergency Support Services Team is recruiting volunteers: ESS - Level 1 Responder Job Description

Interested? Contact the ESS Director: campbellriveress@gmail.com

 Who?: 18 & Up
 Receive Free Training In:
 Skill Development Opportunities:
 Emergency Support Service Responder
 Crisis Communications
 Reception Centre & Group Lodgings Operations
 Public Speaking
 Communications Technology
 Strengthening Community Resilience
 First Aid
 Enhancing Community Networks
 Disaster Preparedness
 Public Awareness Campaigns
 Emergency Exercises


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