The Police Department of the Ville de Mont-Tremblant was created in April 2001. It serves the Ville de Mont-Tremblant and the municipality of Lac-Tremblant-Nord. The stated population is 9 429 people, but if you add the ongoing influx of tourists, the number doubles or even quadruples depending on the time of year. Located 100 kilometres north of Montreal, the Ville de Mont-Tremblant is a tourist magnet in the Upper Laurentians. It covers a territory greater than 255 sq. km in size. In it there are many streams, rivers and lakes. The territory is in constant development; a new side of Tremblant Resort was developped and the casino has opened there in June 2009. Major activities on the territory, such as the Blues Festival, Triathlon, ski competitions, the Spin Symposium, etc., result in a diverse and pleasant client group.
The Police Department of the Ville de Mont-Tremblant is made up of the following personnel:
- 32 permanent offiicers
- 4 yearly temporary officers
- 3 temporary for remplacement
- 5 temporary seasonnal
- 1 person in charge of computers
- 1 administrative assistant
- 1 secretary
- 1 Commis service de police
- 10 permanent dispatchers
- 1 911 team leader
- 4 temporary dispatchers
15 permanent and 4 temporary civil employees
Police department organisation chart (coming)
The Police Department of the Ville de Mont-Tremblant has the following vehicles:
- 8 patrol vehicles
- 1 prevention vehicle
- 1 boat
- 2 ATVs
- 2 snowmobiles
- 1 radar trailer
...in addition to a fleet of unmarked cars.
The Police Commission creates a connection between the community and the Police Department of the Ville de Mont-Tremblant. It advises the Police Department and the municipal council on the services and the quality of services to offer, the measures to take to promote the safety of citizens through prevention or sensitization programs for citizens, and examines, at the request of the Police Department or the municipal council, all other matters related to the safety of citizens, and reports on these matters.
The Commission includes at least one member of the municipal council and residents named by resolution of the municipal council. The duration of the mandate of each member is two years, and is renewable.
Daniel Jasmin, chair
Luc Brisebois, municipal councillor
Jean Grégoire, mayor of the Municipalité de Lac-Tremblant-Nord
To reach the Police Commission, please dial 819-425-8614, ext. 4030, and leave a message. A commission member will be pleased to return your call.