Board of Police Commissioners
The Prince Albert Board of Police Commissioners is responsible for:
- Providing operating and capital budget input and approval;
- Delivery of policing services within the City of Prince Albert;
- Ensuring adequate facilities and equipment for police operations and safety; and
- Guiding policy and priorities for the Police Service through the Chief of Police.
The Prince Albert Board of Police Commissioners consists of the Mayor, two City Councillors and four members of the public. Board meetings are typically held once per month and the public is always welcome to attend.
Filing a Complaint
The Public Complaints Commission is a five person, non-police body appointed by the Saskatchewan government. It is responsible for ensuring that both the public and the police receive a fair and thorough investigation when a complaint is made against a police officer. For information on how to file a complaint, please visit the Saskatchewan Public Complaints Commission.
For any questions or concerns regarding the Board of Police Commissioners, please contact the Board Secretary at 306-953-4395.
Board Of Police Commissioners
Darcy Sander, Chairperson
Mayor Greg Dionne, Vice-Chairperson
Councillor – Blake Edwards
Councillor - Charlene Miller
Dr. Blaine Broker
Chief of Police, Jonathan Bergen
Role Of The Board:
- Budget input and approval
- Authorized Strength
- Collective bargaining
- Ensure adequate facilities and equipment
- General direction to the chief
Message From Chief of Police:
On behalf of the Officers and staff of the Prince Albert Police Service, I would like to welcome you to our website.
The Prince Albert Police Service was formed in 1886 and has grown into a modern and professional agency employing 104 sworn police officers and 26 civilian support staff. I am very proud to lead an agency that sets the standard for innovation, dedication and community service.
The City of Prince Albert is a hub and a destination point for many surrounding towns and First Nations. In order to provide service in this transient environment, we have an integrated relationship with the RCMP that allows us to offer a regional response to issues such as drug trafficking, property crime, and illegal gang and weapons activity. We also have strong and formal relationships with our partners in Health, Social Services, Education, the Metis Nation-Saskatchewan, Prince Albert Indian and Metis Friendship Centre, and the Prince Albert Grand Council. Partnering and mobilizing our community to enhance public safety continues to be a priority for us.
We are fortunate to police a community that is rich in history and culture. Our workforce is reflective of our community and we value the strength that diversity offers. Cultural programs and strong community connections are an integral part of our organization.
We are a busy and exciting service that values personal growth and provides opportunities to explore different sections and assignments. If you are interested in a career with us, volunteering, or have a general interest in our police service, please take the time to explore our website to learn more.
Thank you for your interest in the Prince Albert Police Service.
Chief of Police