Author Archives: Kelsie Fraser

A Police Officer’s Mental Health

The concept of mental health is a hot topic – both in and out of police circles. The connection between Policing and mental health continues to be examined on different levels. It is no surprise that Police, being first responders, … Continue reading

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Why Pink?

Post by Cst. Matt Maloney (Cultural Resources Unit) Pink is just a colour, no different than red, green or blue. But what it has become, is much more than a colour. It’s become a symbol for those who want to … Continue reading

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In Memory of Diego

The SPS is mourning the loss of one of its police service dogs. On March 14, 2014, Diego, a seven and a half year old German Shepherd, passed away following a short bout with cancer. He had been with the … Continue reading

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Long-time SPS Volunteer to be Honoured

It is said that Saskatchewan is known for volunteer spirit and Ms. Doreen Brown embodies that spirit having lived a life of service to her community. She had a long career at St. Paul’s Hospital, touching many lives in the … Continue reading

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Question from Twitter – Splashing a Pedestrian

Warm weather + Melting snow + Backed-up storm drains = Big puddles. As a pedestrian, the last thing you want is to be splashed by a passing motorist while on your commute. But fear not, you’re entitled to feel more … Continue reading

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Special Events Policing

Throughout the year, hundreds of events take place in Saskatoon that make the city a wonderful place to live. Whenever people gather in public spaces, it becomes the responsibility of the Saskatoon Police Service to ensure everyone can safely enjoy … Continue reading

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Social Media Savvy PO’s

As Facebook turns 10-years-old, it’s a good opportunity to reflect on how social media affects our daily lives. Originally more of a novelty, social media has become an integral part of our everyday lives, including for those of us in … Continue reading

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Buzzing Through Security

On December 31, 2013, Police received a call that was a little out of the ordinary. It went into the books as ‘suspicious activity’ because there really was no other code to describe it. A passenger was reported to be … Continue reading

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Mental Health Awareness Growing in our Community

** Post by Inspector Mitch Yuzdepski Bell’s “Let’s Talk” Day on January 28 is a great opportunity for many of us in the community to reflect on what we are doing both within our own organizations and in the larger … Continue reading

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A year in review: Crime Free Multi-Housing

Nearly half of the city’s multi-housing rental properties participate in the Crime Free Multi-Housing (CFMH) program, a service extended by the Saskatoon Police that offers safe rental housing in Saskatoon. The program consists of three unique phases, including training, inspection … Continue reading

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