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Media Release - Weapons Complaint

Media Release – Weapons Complaint

File 2022-23868 On Wednesday morning, June 29, several complaints were made about weapons in the area around the 1200 Block of 14th Street West. Officers were dispatched to this area at 8:17 a.m. and located a 23-year-old woman suffering from serious injuries. She was transported to hospital by Parkland Ambulance. The Prince Albert Police Service is investigating. The public will notice an increased police presence in the area around the 1200 Block of 14th Street West and the 1100 Block of 15th Stre ...

Media Release - First Meeting of New Prince Albert Police Service Women’s Commission

Media Release – First Meeting of New Prince Albert Police Service Women’s Commission

The first meeting of the new Prince Albert Police Service Women’s Commission took place Thursday morning, with representatives committed to supporting our organization and our community as special advisors to the Chief of Police. Members of the women’s commission represent the various intersections of our community. They work, volunteer, and are leaders in the community; addictions, mental health and wellness, opportunities for youth, gender and sexual diversity, integrity management, Indigenous teachin ...

Media UPDATE - Homicide

Media UPDATE – Homicide

UPDATE - File 2022-21996 The Prince Albert Police Service is confirming that the suspicious death investigation they responded to on June 16 is now being investigated as a homicide following the completion of an autopsy today. Police can confirm that the 41-year-old man located deceased on Thursday has been identified as Joseph Sayese from Prince Albert. Investigators with the Criminal Investigation Division and Forensic Identification Unit executed a search warrant at a residence in the 200 Bloc ...

PAPS in our Community: CSOs Supporting Patrol and Our Community

PAPS in our Community: CSOs Supporting Patrol and Our Community

As our police service manages an increasing number of calls for service and continues to receive help from our public safety partners, Community Safety Officers are also providing support to members on Patrol while responding to concerns from residents and business owners involving property crime, vandalism, and theft. There are two Community Safety Officers (CSO) working with our police service. CSOs are sworn officers and are governed by The Police Act 1990. CSOs respond to a variety of calls each da ...

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