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Central Division

Inspector Mitch Yuzdepski
Inspector Mitch Yuzdepski
Officer in Charge: Inspector Mitch Yuzdepski
Population (2012): 34,844 (15% of total)
Dwelling Units (2012): 16,754
Commercial Businesses: 1,692
Geographic Area: 16.7 sq. km. (7.9% of total)

To contact this Inspector call 306-975-8208

Requires Adobe Reader.  Central Division Monthend Crime Stats for June 2014


Central Division Quick Facts

  • The Central Division is the smallest of the three divisions in terms of geographic size and population.
  • It consists of nine residential neighborhoods, two industrial neighborhoods, the Central Business District. In addition, the Central Division has the Riversdale Business Improvement District and the Kelsey Institute (SIAST).
  • The overall population of Central Division increased by only 0.6 % from 2011 to 2012.
  • The most notable population increases were observed in City Park (6.1%), Hudson Bay Park (4.7%) and West Industrial (4.4%) neighborhoods.
  • There are 13 elementary schools, five high schools and one secondary school in the Central Division. All elementary schools and high schools have a School Resource Officer (SRO) representative.
  • There are many businesses in the Central Division, most of which are concentrated in the Downtown and along 20th and 22nd Street.

*Information above provided by the City of Saskatoon, Planning & Development Branch.

 

SUMMARY OF VIOLATIONS


Offence Type 2012 2013 % Change
Crimes Against the Person 1,773 1,662 -6.26%
Crimes Against Property 4,288 4,431 3.33%
Other Criminal Code Violations 6,180 6,050 -2.10%
Controlled Drug and Substance Act 352 406 15.34%
Other Federal Statute Violations 488 397 -18.65%
Provincial Statute Violations 3,688 3,735 1.27%
Municipal Bylaws 227 263 15.86%
Traffic Accidents 1,834 1,779 -3.00%

*RMS statistics on record as of April 4, 2014. Crime statistics are constantly being updated due to new information being received, changes in reporting procedures, and ongoing investigations. As a result, data may differ from previously published reports.

 

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