From Councillor Cynthia Block: I hope you will join in on Tuesday, March 30th to learn and ask questions about community safety trends in our ward, and how to keep our neighbourhoods safe. No need for an app, just go to my websiteand click the link that will be provided.
Learn about safety and security issues with Saskatoon Fire Department and Saskatoon Police Service.
Free 8 week course for older adults 55+ to learn about home and personal security, fraud prevention, internet security, traffic safety, elder abuse, K-9 policing, emergency preparedness, fire safety, fall prevention and when to call 911 and report an emergency.
Date: Feb 12 to April 15, 2020 Time: 9:30 am to Noon Location: Community Room of the Saskatoon Police Service (76 25th Street East) or the Community Room of Fire Station No. 3 (2613 Clarence Avenue South) Registration deadline Jan 15, 2020 To register and for more information, please contact either: Cst Dawn Epp email@example.comPH 306-975-8032 Dori Krahn firstname.lastname@example.org PH 306- 975-7715
A program in partnership with Saskatoon Council on Aging, Saskatoon Fire Department and Saskatoon Police Service
The Saskatoon Board of Police Commissioners, in its role as a conduit between the public and the Saskatoon Police Service, is hosting a Community Consultation focusing on:
Crime and community safety in our neighbourhoods, and
Strategies being used by city-wide and community-based groups to enhance community safety.
Members of the public are invited to attend and participate in this highly interactive Consultation. The Saskatoon Board of Police Commissioners will be at the discussion tables to hear, on a direct basis, what YOU and your organizations have to say on these issues.
The meeting will include presentations by these groups, with discussion to follow with all attendees on each topic:
· Safe Community Action Alliance: SCAA purpose, processes and community safety strategies. · Community Associations: Crime and community safety in their neighbourhoods, and initiatives they employ to increase community safety. · Saskatoon Police Service: Key elements of its Strategic Plan, canvassing for issues that matter to you, in your neighbourhood, and in your community.
Wednesday, October 16, 2019 from 7:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m. Saskatoon Farmers’ Market, 19th Street and Avenue B
Your views, your Community Association’s views, your organization’s views, your neighbourhood’s views, are important. The Board of Police Commissioners wants to hear from you!!!
The Saskatoon Police Service and the Saskatoon Fire Department, in partnership with the Saskatoon Council on Aging are pleased to present the first ever Saskatoon Police and Fire Academy.
DATES: Each Wednesday between April 17th and June 5th, 2019 TIME: 9:30 a.m. until noon LOCATION: the Community Room of the Saskatoon Police Service (76 25th Street East) OR the Community Room of Fire Station No. 3 (2613 Clarence Avenue South) TOPICS: Home and Personal Security, Fraud Prevention, Internet Safety, Traffic Safety, Elder Abuse, K-9 Policing, Emergency Preparedness, Fire Safety, Fall Prevention, the 911 system and how to report a crime AGE: 65 or over COST: Free COMMITMENT: To attend all eight sessions and share the knowledge gained with the community
Enrollment is limited to 25 participants and is free to attend. Anyone interested in attending
should complete an application form and submit it to the Saskatoon Police
Service no later than March 15, 2019.
Application forms are available at the SCOA office
(2020 College Drive) or online at https://saskatoonpolice.ca
Applicants must be 65 years or over, live in the Saskatoon area, commit to
attending all sessions and have an interest in learning more about the police
and fire services here in Saskatoon. Applicants are encouraged to fill out the
application completely, including why they would like to attend and how they
will be able to share the knowledge they gain with our community.
Saturday June 4, 2016
Monday July 4, 2016
Saturday July 9, 2016
Course fee: $40 per person.
Recommended for children age 11 and older who are interested in taking responsibility for younger children. Course includes Basic First Aid and CPR training, child care basics, safety practices, and activities to keep children occupied.
Saskatoon Training Centre – 1808 Broadway Avenue, Saskatoon SK S7H 2B7