Author Archives: Saskatoon Police

Recruit Training at the Saskatchewan Police College

Have you ever wondered what kind of training officers take when they go to Saskatchewan Police College? Well, the recently released Saskatchewan Police Commission Annual Report for 2014-2015 breaks it down. Here is an excerpt about Recruit Training. —– Recruit … Continue reading

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SPS Peacekeeper Cadet Program

The Saskatoon Police Service Peacekeeper Cadet Program was launched in October 2014 at Princess Alexandra Community School with the Guidance and partnership of the Saskatoon Public School’s Dream Brokers Program as a way to help develop stronger connections with students, … Continue reading

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Victims and Survivors of Crime Week

Whether it’s a break and enter, physical injury, or losing a loved one to violent crime, being a victim or a survivor of crime can be a traumatic event in one’s life. Victims and survivors need support systems to lean … Continue reading

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Cst. Beerling and S/Cst. Fabe Win Awards for Work during August 2014 Incident

November was a great month for the Saskatoon Police Service as two members were recognized as recipients of two very prestigious awards. They were recognized for their skills, but it was how they used those skills in a specific incident … Continue reading

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Criminal Record Checks Now Available Online

The Saskatoon Police Service has recently introduced a new way for people to obtain Criminal Record and Vulnerable Sector Checks. A link has been added to the SPS website which allows residents of Saskatoon to apply for either a criminal … Continue reading

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What a Cop, Drug Dealer & Colombian Can Teach You About Illicit Drugs

If the title doesn’t make it clear, this isn’t your average drug presentation. Cst. Matt Ingrouille with support from the Saskatchewan Federation of Police Officers, the Saskatoon Police Association and the Saskatoon Police Service, is bringing you a different kind … Continue reading

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The Honour of being part of the Honour Guard

It’s not uncommon for Police officers to be former or even current serving members of the Canadian Forces, taking pride in protecting both their country, and their community. Cst. Jody Levesque is one such person, and as an ex-military member, … Continue reading

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Helping victims of Domestic Violence: VAWIC

In 1996, various agencies in Saskatoon came together to form the Violence Against Women Interagency Committee (VAWIC). Still active today, the purpose of this committee is to advocate, support and address gaps in services for women who are victims of intimate … Continue reading

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‘Spot the Scammer’ – Part 2

Post by Det/Sgt. Dave Kozicki, Fraud/Economic Crimes Unit —– When you aren’t sure about a ‘deal’ you’ve been offered, use the tried and tested game show method and ask a friend. It could be a family member, friend or co-worker. … Continue reading

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‘Spot the Scammers’ – Part 1

Post by Det/Sgt. Dave Kozicki, Fraud/Economic Crimes Unit —– Good advice is often contradictory. Rule #1 to avoid a fraud is: ‘If it’s too good to be true it probably is.’ This is great information but what about getting a … Continue reading

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