Deux-Montagnes Regional Police Department



We would like to advise the public that beginning April 1st2015, all emergency management activities within the municipalities of Deux-Montagnes, Pointe-Calumet, Saint-Joseph-du-Lac, and Sainte-Marthe-sur-le-Lac will now be handled by the Saint-Eustache Emergency 911 Centre (CU911).

For situations that require police forces or firefighters to travel, regardless of the emergency level, you are advised to directly call 911. Your call will be immediately taken by CU911 dispatchers who will take the necessary measures for a fast and efficient response by your Deux-Montagnes Regional Police Department and/or the appropriate fire department.

For further information, general administration or follow-ups by your Deux-Montagnes Regional Police Department, please call 450 473-4686.


The Deux-Montagnes Regional Police Department (SPRDM) serves the cities of Deux-Montagnes and Sainte-Marthe-sur-le-Lac, as well as the municipalities of Saint-Joseph-du-Lac and Pointe-Calumet. According to the “décret de population” published in the “gazette officielle,” forty-seven thousand one hundred and fifty (47,150) citizens were identified throughout the covered territory, with a total area of seventy-four square kilometers (74 km2).

The SPRDM is a frontline first responder to the community. Its main responsibilities are to:

  • Protect the life and property of citizens;
  • Maintain peace and public safety;
  • Prevent and combat crime;
  • Enforce current laws and regulations.

The policing model adopted by the Department is based on community policing principles and therefore places citizens at the heart of its organization.


The overall structure of the police organization relies on management that is based on supporting operational units, autonomy, commitment and the responsibility of quality of services and the satisfaction of citizens.

Gendarmerie Section:

Patrol officers manage daily events related to the patrol, to calls, to the problem-solving approach, to identifying prevention programs, in order to ensure a high quality of life for  citizens served by the Department, by developing and even increasing a sense of security.
Patrol officers coordinate activities related to carrying out the Department’s annual action plan, and provide support for major events occurring on the territory, whether planned or spontaneous.

Investigation Bureau:

Detective Sergeants prioritize, coordinate and control the conduct of investigations to carry out regarding crimes against persons or property, or for various other crimes including disorderly conduct.

Detective Sergeants work closely with members of the gendarmerie and its various partners in order to complete investigations or police interventions leading to a decrease in the crime rate on the territory served by the Department.

Social Community and Road Safety Section:

Police Officers in this section perform various prevention-related duties in the community, including the handling and monitoring of traffic complaints, local security services for major organized neighbourhood events and an inspection service of child car seat installations.
They provide many preventive interventions in schools and organize different presentations on several subjects including taxing, bullying, drugs, drinking and driving, safety when dealing with strangers, etc.  In addition, community police officers meet with senior citizens to talk with them about safety, and participate in civic committees and various round tables, and become involved in community projects.


The Deux-Montagnes Regional Police Department’s mission is to protect the life and property of citizens, maintain public peace and security, prevent and fight crime, and enforce current laws and regulations (Articles 48 and 69 of the Police Act, L.R.Q. c. P-13.1).
In partnership with institutions, socio-economic organizations, community groups and citizens in the territory, the Department is committed to promoting the quality of life in:

  • Helping to reduce crime;
  • Increasing road safety;
  • Providing a sense of security;
  • Developing a peaceful and secure environment, respecting the rights and freedoms enshrined in the Canadian and Quebec Charters.


You must meet the academic requirements and different hiring standards before being admitted to the selection process, including:

  • be a Canadian citizen;
  • be a graduate of L’École nationale de police du Québec
  • have no criminal record;
  • be 18 years and older;
  • be fluent in French;
  • have a basic knowledge of English;
  • have a valid driver’s license;
  • be in very good physical shape.

Please send your résumé and your documents from the École nationale de police du Québec via e-mail to the attention of Madame Mylène Patenaude, Executive Secretary of the Police Department at:


Director Alain Simoneau (director)
Coordinates 615, 20e Avenue
Deux-Montagnes (Québec) J7R 6B2
Telephone    450 473-4686
Fax 450 473-3189

SPRDM Flow Chart

Annual Report 2013

Press Release from SPRDM:

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