Lake Country RCMP Detachment at 3231 Berry Road office hours are from 8:00 a.m. until 4:00 p.m. Monday to Friday.
Non-emergency complaints can be made either by phone 250-766-2288 or in person during those hours.
Police Information Checks
Forms are available at the Lake Country detachment. Applicants must apply for their Police Information Check (previously called Criminal Record Checks) in person during office hours and must also provide two pieces of valid, government issued identification (one with a photo), ie. driver’s licence, passport, provincial identification card.
A Criminal Record Check for employment purposes costs $30.00 and for volunteer purposes the cost is $15.00. Only payment by cash or cheque is accepted at the Detachment. Payment by debit card is accepted at the customer service counter in Municipal Hall on behalf of the RCMP.
Fingerprints for identification purposes can be done electronically at the Kelowna or Vernon Detachment by appointment only.
An introduction to the Detachment Commander
Sergeant Jayson Lucash was appointed to the position of Lake Country RCMP Detachment Commander in December 2013.
“Sgt. Lucash will be an exceptional addition to the Lake Country Detachment,” says Superintendent Romanchuk.
Not only does he bring a multitude of 17 years of policing experience to the position, but a personal interest in the community in which he and his wife have been members of since 2005. I look forward to Sgt. Lucash carrying on the fine work and dedication of outgoing Detachment Commander, Sgt. Scott Rempel.
Sgt. Lucash was born in Manitoba, raised in Alberta, and joined the RCMP in 1996. After completing his Basic Recruit Training at Depot Division in Regina has was first posted in Maple Ridge BC, where he was stationed from 1996-2002. From there he was transferred to Williams Lake BC, and later Kelowna BC.
In 2007, Sgt. Lucash was promoted to the rank of Corporal and transferred to the Penticton Detachment where he served as a Watch Commander. In 2010, he transferred back to the Kelowna Detachment and in 2011 to the West Kelowna Detachment where he again served as a Watch Commander.
In 2012, Sgt. Lucash was promoted to the rank of Sergeant and became the NCO/IC of the Kelowna Traffic Section, a blended traffic services unit comprised of both Municipal and Highway Traffic Patrol.
Sgt. J. Lucash
NCO i/c Lake Country RCMP
3231 Berry Road
Lake Country, B.C. V4V 1T8