The Lake Country Fire Department (LCFD) provides fire and rescue services within its boundaries as well as a portion of the City of Kelowna under contract. The department is a mutual aid partner in the Regional District of Central Okanagan . In addition, regional functions in the which LCFD participates include auto extrication, marine rescue and rope rescue.
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The Lake Country Fire Department consists of three fire halls – Station 71 Winfield, Station 81 Carr’s Landing and Station 91 Oyama with each hall having its own humble beginning. Today, there are as many as 65 paid-on-call fire fighters, 13 trucks, a rescue Zodiac, a Fire Safety House and four full-time staff – a Fire Chief/Director of Protective Services, two Assistant Fire Chiefs, a Maintenance Technician and an Emergency Services Clerk. Fire Incidents and Statistics
Policing services for the District of Lake Country are provided by the Royal Canadian Mounted Police. The RCMP has proudly served Canadian communities for more than 130 years establishing a reputation as one of the most respected police forces in the world. The Lake Country RCMP Detachment has 12 officers reporting to Sgt. Scott Rempel.