This community is wholly owned and managed by Insightrix. Our detachments across the province have issued a combined 199 advisories to date. On March 7th, 2019 the Honourable Christine Tell, Minister of Corrections and Policing and A/Commr. Crime prevention is the most effective when we all work together. The Saskatchewan Crime Watch Advisory Network is expanding to include central and northern Saskatchewan. The program allows RCMP to send text messages, emails or phone calls to residents with alerts about criminal activity in their specific area. A new crime watch initiative is being expanded province wide following the early success of the program in southern Saskatchewan. Equipped with this information, citizens are in a better position to provide tips to their local RCMP. “Crime prevention is key in ensuring our rural communities are a safe place to call home, and it takes all of us working together to do that,” SARM President Ray Orb said in a release. Council meets monthly on the third Monday at 10:00 a.m. When a detachment becomes aware of an incident or crime, they can issue an advisory via the system and local residents who have signed up for the program will become aware of what happened within minutes!

The crime watch network was initially launched in March in southern Saskatchewan. The "suspect" in this incident called in and confirmed that he was in fact a service person. Each watch is made 100% unique and unlike the rest. The Saskatchewan Crime Watch Advisory Network is being expanded across central and northern regions of the province following its launch last month. Since expanding province-wide in mid-April, we are happy to report that the Saskatchewan Crime Watch Advisory Network has reached a milestone: 10,000 subscribers (10,341 as of today, to be exact)!

If you have information about this incident or any other crime, please contact Humboldt RCMP at 306-682-2535 or your local police service. “It allows people the opportunity to help the police in the right way,” Kunetzki said. Crime WHO:  Only those who have signed up to receive notifications from RCMP detachments in southern Saskatchewan will receive advisories. “But this allows us to be everywhere.”. The recovery of a stolen ATV by Milestone RCMP; The recovery of two stolen flatdeck trailers and several other pieces of oilfield equipment by Estevan RCMP; The recovery of a stolen tow truck by Canora RCMP; The recovery of a stolen truck and trailer by the Wadena RCMP; White Butte and Southey RCMP received reports of potential sightings of a suspect vehicle that was involved in a pursuit with police; Milestone RCMP were able to resolve a report of an attempted break and enter. “Expanding the advisory network means residents in all of our hometowns can now sign up and receive reliable information directly from the RCMP,” he said.

Carefully constructed & shipped in a one of a kind bamboo box. Residents can then contact the police with tips related to the advisory. A new crime watch initiative is being expanded province wide following the early success of the program in southern Saskatchewan. “The more people that we can get on this network and connect, the better that the public can help us.”. Your email address will not be published. It is critical we all work together to make this province we call home a safer place. Kindersley, Sask., mother charged in 2018 death of 1-month-old baby A 28-year-old Kindersley woman has been charged with second-degree murder in the 2018 death of her one-month-old baby girl. of Wilton, 'I'm going to enjoy it': Melfort City Manager embarking on new venture at Elk Ridge Resort, Outpouring of support for family of Stephanie Blais, Sentencing reserved for former First Nations' Chief convicted of fraud, My Pharmacy: Personal, reliable care when you need it most, 14-year-old boy, 49-year-old man dead in Candle Lake shooting tragedy, 'The truck went poof, down': Biggar grandmother recalls slough rescue, signing on to the crime watch advisory network. Saskatchewan RCMP: Saskatchewan Crime Watch Advisory Network reaches 10,000 subscribers. Our newsroom abides by the RTNDA Code of Ethics and Professional Conduct and follows the Canadian Press Stylebook. "We have been able to recover stolen property, lay charges, resolve suspicious persons complaints and make the public more aware of what is happening in their communities," said Assistant Commissioner Mark Fisher, Commanding Officer of the Saskatchewan RCMP.