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East Division

Inspector Brian Shalovelo
Inspector Brian Shalovelo
Officer in Charge: Inspector Brian Shalovelo
Population (2012): 122,355 (53% of total)
Dwelling Units (2012): 56,391
Commercial Businesses: 1,693
Geographic Area: 77.24 sq. km. (44.5% of total)

To contact this inspector call 306-975-3517

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


East Division Quick Facts

  • The East Division is the largest division in terms of geographic area, population, and number of dwelling units.
  • It consists of 33 residential neighborhoods, two industrial areas, the University of Saskatchewan Management Areas, the Diefenbaker Management Area and three areas slated for development.
  • The population in East Division has increased by 2.6% from 2011 to 2012, most notably in the newer neighborhoods of Rosewood (248%), Stonebridge (68%) and the Willows (42%).
  • There are 37 elementary schools, 10 high schools and one secondary school in the East Division. All elementary schools and high schools have a School Resource Officer (SRO) representative.
  • There are many businesses located in a variety of concentrated areas in the East Division, including 8th Street, Preston Crossing, Stonebridge, and University Heights.

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

 

SUMMARY OF VIOLATIONS


Offence Type 2012 2013 % Change
Crimes Against the Person 903 913 1.11%
Crimes Against Property 4,625 4,420 -4.43%
Other Criminal Code Violations 801 875 9.24%
Controlled Drug and Substance Act 226 239 5.75%
Other Federal Statute Violations 63 96 52.38%
Provincial Statute Violations 2,555 2,685 5.09%
Municipal Bylaws 284 264 -7.04%
Traffic Accidents 3,047 3,123 2.49%

*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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