Alaska Peace Officer Honor Roll
A memorial to peace officers killed in the line of duty in Alaska.
Yukon Peace Officer Honour Roll
A memorial to police officers killed in the line of duty in the Yukon Territory.
The Police Cemetery at Dawson City
Seventeen NWMP and RNWMP officers were buried here between 1898 and 1913, and two more graves have been added since, one in 1936 and one in 2000.
The Mounted Police in the Yukon
The facts and the fantasies of policing in the Yukon - a lengthy illustrated report published in 1992 by the Royal Canadian Mounted Police.
The Lost Patrol of the Royal Northwest Mounted Police
On December 21, 1910, RNWMP Inspector Francis Joseph Fitzgerald, with 2 constables and a guide, left Fort McPherson on a patrol to Dawson, but never arrived.
Mayerthorpe, Alberta - a Community Honours Dedication and Sacrifice
The murder of 4 RCMP constables near Mayerthorpe on March 3, 2005, has resulted in a park to honour all peace officers who have died in the line of duty.
Concepts of Crime in Canadian Aboriginal Societies
A lengthy analysis of First Nations and European concepts of crime and punishment.
Before the Klondike Gold Rush
The changes that took the area now known as the Yukon from a blank spot on the map to a mining area, with the police being early arrivals.
Christianity Arrives in the Yukon
The police and ministers often worked together on issues of the day.
The Dawn of a New Era - Yukon River, 1896
This is the complete 1896 Annual Report for the North-West Mounted Police, written 4 months after the Klondike gold was discovered.
The 1898 Yukon Act
The introduction to the legislation describes how the police were also the government in the early years.
Law Enforcement in Alaska, 1867-1998
Over the past 130 years, law enforcement in Alaska has changed dramatically.
The Alaska-Canada Boundary Dispute
Although diplomats thought they had it settled in 1825, during the Klondike gold rush, the North West Mounted Police simply enforced what they thought was the border.
A Dawson Christmas, 1940
This beautiful card was mailed from Dawson City in December 1940, by Royal Canadian Mounted Police constable A. K. Bond.
Royal Canadian Mounted Police
A massive site with everything from community safety issues to new investigation techniques and employment opportunities.
RCMP Heritage Centre
This very attractive site presents a good history of the Force, with some superb
visuals hidden in the Gift Shop.
Robert Hansen: a Serial Killer in Alaska
Between 1971 and 1983, Hansen stalked the sleazy parts of Anchorage looking for victims, and is known to have killed at least 17 young women
Canadian Firearms Program
Complete information on the country's gun laws.
There are 1300 Northern residents currently serving in this Canadian Army Reserve unit.
The Alaska Police & State Trooper Store
A wide variety of clothing, tote bags, mugs and other items are available in many Alaska police designs.
Alaska State Troopers on TV
National Geographic Channel gained rare access to this elite law enforcement agency for the series Alaska State Troopers, which was filmed throughout the state.
Alaska Department of Public Safety
A broad range of information on the various enforcement agencies, crime victim compensation, hand gun statistics, etc.
Alaska State Troopers Museum
An illustrated tour of this Anchorage museum.
Cultural Sensitivity and Arctic Dogs
"Dog culling" is a traditional practise in the North, going back into the mists of time, and the RCMP used to be part of it.
Clancy of the Mounted Police
A poem by Robert W. Service, from "Ballads of a Cheechako", originally published in 1909.
Dr. L. A. Pare, RNWMP
A brief article from 1911, when he retired from the Force and left Whitehorse.
RCMP 125th Anniversary Postage Stamps
On July 3, 1998, Canada issued two 45-cent stamps to honour the 125th anniversary of the Royal Canadian Mounted Police.
RCMP Auxiliary Program, Whitehorse, Yukon, 1994-95
Photos of the original Auxiliary Constables in Whitehorse, and information about the program.