The Prince Albert Police Service and the City of Prince Albert have partnered on a new video and information campaign to provide residents and business owners with the information they need to report crime and suspicious activity when it happens in their neighbourhoods.
The new video was developed with the help of Aspen Films in Prince Albert and includes information about the Prince Albert Police Service’s new Proactive Policing Unit, Community Policing Unit, and Community Safety Officer program. In addition to supporting officers on patrol, these three proactive sections often work closely with City of Prince Albert Bylaw officers to investigate and find solutions to concerns around property maintenance and addresses with high calls for service that can lead to crime and illegal activity.
Knowing who to call and how to reach police in emergency situations is critical to the safety and security of our community. The video includes information about when to call 911, how to report incidents of theft, fraud and property damage through the police non-emergency line at 306-953-4222, and how to report crime anonymously through Crime Stoppers. Bylaw concerns involving unsightly yards, boarded homes, and loose pets can be reported to the City’s Bylaw department online at citypa.ca, or by phone.
Residents are the eyes and ears of our community. We want to hear from our community about what they are seeing in their neighbourhoods. If you see crime happening, learn more about how you can report it to police.