View Royal, British Columbia
View Royal is a town in Greater Victoria and a member municipality of the Capital Regional District. View Royal has a population of approximately 8000 residents and was incorporated as a municipality in December 1988. View Royal has a volunteer fire department, and makes use of the British Columbia Ambulance Service and West Shore RCMP all of which use the region wide CREST radio system to talk. Victoria General Hospital is also within View Royal's borders.
West Shore RCMP provides policing services to five municipalities - View Royal, Colwood, Highlands, Langford, Metchosin - and two aboriginal communities - the Songhees and Esquimalt First Nations. Combined, these communities have a population of 62,000 people. West Shore RCMP has approximately fifty-six regular members and eighteen support staff. The detachment provides 24-hour police service covered by four General Duty Watches and averages more than 22,000 files each year. West Shore RCMP also comprises several specialized units such as the Police Dog Service Unit.
18320 West Shore RCMP Dispatch
18384 West Shore RCMP Tac
18448 RCMP Tac 1
18480 RCMP Tac 2
View Royal Fire Rescue has six full-time, two part-time staff and a volunteer force of approximately 36 members. The Fire Department works cooperatively with other municipal departments and adjacent municipalities to ensure the best available coverage for all area residents and businesses.
42032 View Royal Fire Ops-1 Fire Dispatch
42064 View Royal Fire Ops-2 Fire Dispatch
BCAS (BC Ambulance Service)
44528 BCAS Westshore EMS Dispatch
44656 BCAS Westshore Tac EMS-Tacc