Dial 9-1-1 for police, fire or medical emergencies when immediate action is required: a life or property is in danger, a crime is in progress, or you have a medical emergency.
If you are unsure how serious an incident is, dial 9-1-1 and the call-taker will advise whether or not it is an emergency. If it is not an emergency, they will ask you to call back on the non-emergency line.
When calling 9-1-1, stay calm. You will be connected to a call-taker at a public safety answering point. When your call is answered, the call-taker will automatically see a display of your phone number and address or land location (cell phones do not provide name, number or location). To ensure the proper response to the emergency, you will be asked:
The 911 call-taker will stay on the line and connect you to the appropriate dispatch agency for fire, police or ambulance. Stay on the line and follow instructions.
Call-takers are trained to ask specific questions. Please answer the question the best that you can. While call-takers are asking you questions, the information is being relayed via computer to dispatchers while emergency personnel are on their way to help you. By providing clear information about the nature of the emergency, you will help ensure a fast and efficient response.
On rare occasions, you may get a recorded message when dialing 9-1-1. DO NOT HANG UP. Your call will be answered as soon as a call-taker is available. All 9-1-1 calls are recorded.
Saskatoon Police Service Communications Section is the PSAP (Public Safety Answering Point) for the central portion of the province. Other PSAP’s in the province are Regina and Prince Albert.
If you call 9-1-1 accidentally, stay on the line and tell the call-taker is was an accident. If you hang up, we don’t know if you are okay and we will have to call back or send police to check on you.
Deaf and hearing/speech impaired callers can dial 9-1-1 through TTY (telephone typewriter) units. Callers who do not have TTY should dial 9-1-1 from a landline telephone. Do not hang up.
Payphones provide free access to the 9-1-1 system.
306-975-8300 is to be used for all non-emergency situations, where an immediate response or dispatch of the police is not required. This can include circumstances that you feel are suspicious or crimes where the offender has left.
The use of the non-emergency reporting line helps to keep the 9-1-1 lines available for people reporting an emergency situation.
Please phone Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-8477 and explain what you've seen at a particular address, or call the Saskatoon Integrated Drug Unit at 306-975-8345 and speak to an investigator. Either way, your identity will remain anonymous.
Further information about the process of reporting a missing person is available at:
Reports for theft of bike without a suspect can, and are recommended to be done online. Once your serial number has been entered into our computer system, if your bike is located, you will be contacted.
If you have already reported the theft/loss contact Lost & Found 306-975-8213
Lost & Found is open to the public between 1:00 p.m. - 4:00 p.m. Monday - Friday (closed on Public and Civic Holidays)
Lost & Found is located at 330 Ontario Avenue
All lost articles turned into the City of Saskatoon or Saskatoon Police Service is retained at the Lost & Found Department.
Report to the Needle Pickup Line 306-975-3030.
If you are involved in a motor vehicle collision that meets all these conditions:
Move the damaged vehicles off the roadway to avoid impeding traffic. Exchange information at the side of the road. Information required from the individuals involved includes:
Report the incident directly to Saskatchewan Government Insurance without notifying the police. SGI can receive the information via the Dial-a-Claim service at 306-683-2100, or on their website at www.sgi.sk.ca.
If any of the above conditions are not met (someone is injured, at least one vehicle is not drivable, at least one vehicle is from outside Saskatchewan, or you suspect criminal activity), you must call the Saskatoon Police Service at 306-975-8300 to have an officer attend.
Please consider your safety, and the public's safety, when waiting for an officer to arrive. If you can safely move your vehicle off the roadway to avoid impeding traffic, please do so.
Anytime you are involved in a collision with another vehicle, person or private property, you are legally obligated to provide your contact information, including driver's license number and vehicle license plate number, to anyone else involved. Failure to do so is an offense and you may be charged.
Hit & Run Collisions
If you, or your property, are struck by a vehicle and that vehicle or its operator leaves the scene without providing the necessary information, you must report the matter to the Saskatoon Police Service before SGI can process your claim. Reports can be made at the Service Center (front desk) of the Saskatoon Police Service headquarters building located at 130 4th Avenue North daily from 7:00 am to 11:00 pm.
Anytime you are involved in a collision where someone is hurt, the offending vehicle flees the scene, or you suspect another driver may be impaired or engaged in other criminal activity, dial 911 and report the matter immediately. Whenever possible, provide a description of the vehicle (including make, model, style of vehicle, color, distinguishing characteristics, license plate number) as well as the location and last known direction of travel, and a description of the occupant(s) if possible. Your assistance in providing as much information is greatly appreciated and may assist the investigation.
Additional information about the RID (Report Impaired Drivers) program can be found here.
If you know about a child who is in immediate danger or risk, call 9-1-1 or 306-975-8300.Sexual exploitation of children can be reported on-line at https://www.cybertip.ca/app/en/report
Reporting Graffiti (after the fact):
Reporting Graffiti in progress:
Call Parking Office 306-975-8344 Open Mon-Sat 8:00am - 11:00pm 9:00am - 5:00pm Sunday. Police do not have the authority to tow vehicles from private property, however, tickets for private parking can be issued by the parking commissionaires.
Questions about an issued parking ticket(s)? 306-975-2400 at City Hall.
Trace 5 calls using *57. Keep a log detailing the date/time/anything said. Once the 5th call has been traced, attend to the service centre of the police station to file a report and the investigating officer will contact SaskTel security for the traced information.
If you are in immediate danger, call Police Communications 306-975-8300 or 9-1-1.
Information for businesses on preventing and reporting crime can be found here.
Tips and information about Internet Safety can be found here.
Information on Home Security can be found here.
Information on vehicle theft prevention can be found at http://www.sgi.sk.ca/individuals/claims/prevent/
Information and tips on how to protect yourself from fraud can be found on the Economic Crime Section page.
Additional information on how to recognize and identify frauds and scams can be found here.
Call RCMP Firearms Office 1-800-731-4000 or 306-975-4487 or their website at http://www.cfc-cafc.gc.ca.
The Saskatoon Police Service provides services to special event organizers in the community by assisting with security, staffing deployment, and traffic control for special events. All requests are forwarded to the Special Teams Sergeant who determines whether assistance is required and will be approved at the discretion of the service.
Special events policing requests are applicable not only to private and for-profit events, but also to charitable events and city-sponsored events. If it is determined that special duty members are required, SPS Form SP4-69 (Special Events Policing Services Form) must be completed by the party who is requesting police resources at least 30 days prior to the event for proper planning. The event organizer must also complete and submit the Special Event Application Form. Examples include parades or roadway events, festivals, civic celebrations, and major international sporting events. Special events can be a one time, annual or infrequent occurring activity that takes place within facilities or roadways in the city of Saskatoon.
The special duty hourly client charge rate (for uniformed officers) is $98.01 per hour (plus GST) with a 3 hour minimum for each officer. Providing accurate information on the form will aid in identifying the number of officers required for your event, and the manner in which the officers will be deployed.
For further information please contact:
Special Teams Sergeant
Saskatoon Police Service
Phone the court clerk at the Provincial Court House at 306-933-7052.
Contact the Rentalsman Office 306-933-5680
With the volume of requests we are presently experiencing, reply will take 3-4 business days.
Attend the Criminal Occurrence Security Check Office.
8:00am - 4:00pm, Monday-Friday (Closed stats)
130 4th Avenue North
You will require 2 pieces of Government issued ID and $35 cash or debit. Photo ID is required, along with signed identification. Both pieces of ID must be in the same last name. Only cash or Interac will be accepted. Criminal Occurrence Security Checks are free of charge for volunteers who submit a letter from their host organization confirming their volunteer status. The volunteer letter must be on original letterhead with an original signature from the organization
Application for a Criminal Occurrence Security Check:
Please note that we will only mail out the Criminal Occurrence Security Check once completed by regular post/ ground. If this is urgent the applicant may authorize a friend or family member to pick up the completed form and forward to the applicant. If this is what is needed, then a name of the person picking up the Criminal Occurrence Security Check and applicant’s signature must be indicated on the application where it states “Waiver for Consent of Information to Third Party“.
Summary Offence Tickets issued in the Province of Saskatchewan can be paid on the Saskatchewan Justice website.
Information for false alarm prevention can be found via the False Alarm Reduction Association at http://www.faraonline.org
Contact a lawyer. Police will assist with the retrieval of personal property only - clothing, personal hygiene items, medications, etc.
Call the Criminal Occurrence Security Check Office during regular office hours
8:00am - 4:00pm, Monday-Friday (Closed stats)
After hours please leave a message and we will be happy to return your call.
All seized vehicles will be stored at the City's Impound Lot located at 150 Jonathon Avenue in the Holiday Park Industrial Area. Residents may call the Impound Lot 24 hours a day at 306-657-8526 for information on their impounded vehicle.
Full payment of outstanding convictions and costs must be made to ensure no further action will be taken. If parking fines and impound fees are paid at City Hall, a receipt indicating full payment is required for retrieval of a seized vehicle from the Impound Lot located at 150 Jonathon Avenue.
Payment for parking fines can be made online. Payment for parking fines and impound costs can be made in person at:
City Hall (cash or debit only) - 8:00 a.m. and 5:00 p.m. Monday to Friday, except holidays or
City's Impound Lot - 150 Jonathon Avenue (debit or credit card only) - 8:00 a.m. and 8:00 p.m. Monday to Friday, except holidays.
Members of the public wishing to make a complaint regarding police have three options to choose from.
1. The Saskatoon Police Service Professional Standards Branch at 306-975-8300
2. The Saskatchewan Public Complaints Commission
www.justice.gov.sk.ca/publiccomplaintscommission or call 1-866-256-6194
3. The FSIN's Special Investigations Unit at 1-877-353-3746 or 306-665-2240
Your feedback is critical and we encourage you to let us know when you want to recognize the officers that serve and protect you. Please send an email outlining the date, time, and circumstances leading to your compliment to or mail a letter containing the information to:
Chief Clive Weighill
Saskatoon Police Service