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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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Policing through Interpreters

With Saskatoon’s ever growing and diverse community, Police officers are encountering an increasing number of incidents where language is a barrier in gaining information. In an effort to eliminate said barrier, SPS brought forth the idea of training interpreters to … Continue reading

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Protect Yourself!

Good advice is often contradictory. Rule number one in advice given to help avoid a fraud is “if it’s too good to be true it probably is.” This is great information but what about getting a good deal? Sometimes you … Continue reading

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SPS: A Top Saskatchewan Employer

The Saskatoon Police Service has been named one of Saskatchewan’s top employers for 2013. The Service is among 20 agencies chosen following a competition, and highlighted in “Saskatchewan’s Top Employers”, a supplement to the Saskatoon StarPhoenix and the Regina Leader-Post. … Continue reading

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#askSPS talks #idlenomore

Chief Weighill took to the Twitterverse on Friday, Jan. 25, to answer questions from the Saskatoon community about our response to the #idlenomore demonstrations and events. I’ve linked to the transcript of the chat here.

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