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Law enforcement not affiliated with Donalda crime watch Facebook page

Donalda and Area Rural Crime Watch page is not involved with ‘Battle River Rural Crime Watch Society’

The ‘Battle River Rural Crime Watch Society’ is making others aware of a Facebook page that is not affiliated with law enforcement in the area.

The page called ‘Donalda and Area Crime Watch and Community Awareness’ have also stated they are not affiliated with the provincial Rural Crime Watch.

Posts to the page that calls itself the ‘Battle River Rural Crime Watch Society’ come directly from law enforcement in the area, such as the Camrose and Bashaw RCMP, as well as the County of Camrose Enforcement Services.

As there is only one authorized web page under Battle River, any other web page is independent and not affiliated.

A reminder that membership on the page does not give anyone any authority, and membership may be disqualified or terminated.

Any online posts using the Battle River crime prevention logo should be reported to the official web-page or the RCMP directly.

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