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Media Release - Sask. ICE Unit Investigation Leads to Arrest of Regina Man

Media Release – Sask. ICE Unit Investigation Leads to Arrest of Regina Man

The Saskatchewan Internet Child Exploitation (ICE) Unit has charged a Regina man with a child pornography offence in relation to an investigation into the online accessing of child pornography through a cloud storage service. On September 7th, 2021, members of the ICE Unit executed a search warrant at a residence in Regina that was identified as the location where the offences were occurring. Child pornography was located at the residence and several electronic devices were seized for further forensic ...

Media UPDATE - One Year Anniversary of Disappearance of Tristan CHABOYER

Media UPDATE – One Year Anniversary of Disappearance of Tristan CHABOYER

File 2020-34476 Saturday, September 4 marks the one-year anniversary since Tristan CHABOYER was last seen. CHABOYER was reported missing on September 10, 2020 and his disappearance has since been ruled a homicide. The Criminal Investigations Division of the Prince Albert Police Service continues to investigate the circumstances around CHABOYER’s death. His remains were located in a wooded area northeast of the city earlier this year. The family of 24-year-old Tristan CHABOYER continues to wait for ...

Media Release - Prince Albert Police Service Launches New Wellness Strategy

Media Release – Prince Albert Police Service Launches New Wellness Strategy

The Prince Albert Police Service has implemented a new wellness strategy aimed at providing more mental health supports for police members and staff. The program offers confidential support to police service employees, either on site at the police station or substation, or at a private office location in the city. The new strategy was rolled out in July and is facilitated by Nicola Sherwin-Roller, a masters-level art psychotherapist and Certified Canadian Counsellor with extensive training in trauma an ...

Media Release -Prince Albert Police Inspectors Honoured with Commissions

Media Release -Prince Albert Police Inspectors Honoured with Commissions

Three senior members of the Prince Albert Police Service have been recognized with Commissioned Officer designations from His Honour, the Lieutenant Governor of Saskatchewan, Russ Mirasty. Inspectors Brent McDonald, Tadd Kellett, and Craig Mushka were formally recognized earlier this week. Under Section 94.1 of the Saskatchewan Police Act, 1990, the Lieutenant Governor can annually authorize Commissions under the Great Seal to officers assigned to senior positions with their police service. Commissi ...

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