The Ville de Mont-Tremblant Police Department works in partnership with its community to make aware, inform and created positive links with the population it serves. Through communication programs and prevention activities with various groups, the Department participates in the well-being and full achievement of the potential of the community as a whole.
This community policing approach permits a sustainable solution to crime problems. The community approach does not, however, replace traditional reactive police activity, which remains necessary.
1st year Safety in the bus
2nd year Strangers - Assault prevention
3rd year Pedestrian safety
4th year Respect and intimidation
5th year Safety biking and hiking
6th year Prevention of drug addiction with the Groupe Tangage
1st year Intimidation - Violence
2nd year Laws
3rd year Internet
4th year Highway safety code
5th year Alcohol and drugs behind the wheel
Child car seats clinic
Once a year, the Centres de la Petite Enfance (CPE) daycare centres in our area are visited to check children's car seats.
You can also make an appointment with officer, Jérôme Gagnon or officer Mathieu Hinse at 819-425-2723. to have a car seat installation checked.
Child identification program
The provincial program works with the Réseau Enfants Retour (children's return network) and participating Jean-Coutu Group. On the annual day, those interested can go to the Jean-Couty pharmacy (1065 Rue de Saint-Jovite). There the police will fill out a booklet with information about each child (fingerprints, photo, size, eye and hair colour, etc.) This booklet is given to the parent who, in the event of the kidnapping or disappearance of the child, would have on hand information that would be highly useful to the police.
In addition to the PAIR program, other services are offered to our seniors, such as abuse prevention meetings in partnership with various organizations. The community relations offices, Éric Cadotte, also participates in consultation on home support and with the organization Prévoyance envers les Aînés (foresight towards the aged). If you have questions, or ideas for activities in which we could take part, please let us know!
Register for Info-Stop Pharmaprix program
Medical emergencies are unpredictable. Be ready and register for the programme Info-Stop Pharmaprix
Info-Stop Pharmaprix bottles are available at the police station (380 rue Siméon). The bottles are a preventative measure for our seniors. In a large medicine bottle, seniors place the following information: state of health, prescriptions, and the persons to notify in an emergency if the person is not in condition to do so him- or herself.
The Police Department of Mont-Tremblant invites business people to visit the website PREVENTION a sound investment (and click on English) to obtain advice and tools to prevent theft and fraud.
The PAIR program
The PAIR system is a program of home prevention and safety which is offered free of charge. It is for any individual residing in the MRC des Laurentides who is in one of the following situations:
Has a loss of independence
Has a major handicap
Lives with a person having a handicap.
Thanks to this automated call system, persons subscribing to this program receive a daily PAIR phone call at a predetermined time, to check that everything is going well. If the subscriber does not respond to the call, an alert is immediately triggered. The system staff must then intervene, contacting persons identified in advance by the person subscribed to the program, or the police, in order to quickly check whether the subscriber is in distress.