Saskatoon police report
Police said it received a call about an injured man in the block of Preston Avenue South at around a. In a news release, police said officers arrived and found a year-old man suffering from a head injury. Police said the victim told officers he stepped outside to have a cigarette when he was approached by approximately 10 men, all who are believed to be between the ages of 16 and Police said the man told officers two men from the group became aggressive and started assaulting him.
A third man involved pulled out a knife but did not harm the victim.
The victim told police they stole his wallet and were last seen westbound on Wilson Crescent. Police said the suspects are not known to the victim. A K-9 unit attended but was unsuccessful in locating the suspects. The victim was treated in hospital for non-life threatening injuries. One of the suspects is described as a caucasian man between the age of 16 and 20, wearing all black clothing. The second suspect is described as a black man, between the age of 16 and 20 wearing a grey hoodie.
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Trump viewed Canada as political pawn in trade issues with China: Bolton.It is not uncommon to have mixed feelings or fear about making a police report. SSAIC can provide you with information and options for reporting.
If you agree to a forensic exam at the hospital, the police will automatically be called to collect the forensic evidence. You can give a statement detailed information about what happened while the officer is there at the hospital, or provide your name and contact information so they can be in touch with you later. For more information on the process, please visit the Saskatoon Police Service website.
If you do not want to make a report now, it is helpful to write down everything that you can remember about what happened to you. There is no statute of limitations on reporting sexual assault—you can report it to the police at any point in the future.
It includes everything a survivor can remember about the assault. The statement is the basis of the police investigation and may be used later in court, so it is important that you answer every question honestly and to the best of your ability.
Some of the questions may seem strange and embarrassing; however, the police need all the details of the incident.
Remember, the job of police is to investigate all aspects of any complaint. An incident of sexual violence must be reported in the municipality city where the incident happened.
If the assault took place within the city of Saskatoon, your report must be made at the Saskatoon police station.
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If the assault took place outside of the city, contact the appropriate RCMP detachment. If you are not physically or emotionally well enough to come to the police station, the police will do their best to make other arrangements. It is completely normal for survivors of a traumatic experience to have difficulty remembering things in chronological order, or to remember a lot of details.
It may help you to write down what you can remember before you make the report.
Remember, there is no statute of limitation on reporting sexual assault, so you can make the report at any time in the future, but it is more difficult to investigate and find evidence for cases reported years after.
For emotional support, or any other information around reporting to police, contact SSAIC or your local mental health provider. Email address:. First Name. Where can I make my police report?Saskatoon, Saskatchewan — Patrol members arrested a man today, following reports of an injured person. At approximately p. Saskatoon, Saskatchewan — Two people are facing drug trafficking-related charges following a vehicle stop last night. Saskatoon, Saskatchewan — A Saskatoon man is facing 20 charges after refusing to stop for Police last night.
Saskatoon, Saskatchewan — The Saskatchewan Internet Child Exploitation Unit has charged a man from Saskatoon with child pornography offences in relation to an investigation that began in May of a person using multiple online […].
Saskatoon, Saskatchewan — Members of the Saskatoon Police, Major Crime Section are actively investigating an early morning death as a homicide. At approximately a. Shortly before p. October 2nd,an SPS […]. Saskatoon, Saskatchewan — Parkridge And Fairhaven — The Saskatoon Police Service would like to make the public aware of a recent pattern of vehicle mischiefs that have been occurring in the Parkridge and Fairhaven neighbourhoods. Saskatoon, Saskatchewan — Saskatoon Police are investigating an armed robbery that occurred yesterday afternoon.
Saskatoon, Saskatchewan — A man is facing numerous charges after Police found him to be in possession of multiple weapons last night. October 10, All reports are written by police media departments. Sometimes CaPR staff create report titles.Want to discuss?
Please read our Commenting Policy first. Saskatoon police say there is no need to report cars with American licence plates to them. There's no need to report seeing vehicles with US license plates to SaskatoonPolice ; while entry restrictions exist, transborder traffic is still allowed for essential purposes. It went on to say that while entry restrictions do exist, trans-border traffic is allowed for essential purposes. A police spokesperson, in an email, said the SPS does not track the number of calls about American vehicles, which is based on anecdotal information.
Regina police told Global News they also receive calls and social media messages about cars with American plates. Feds looking into reports. Some travellers are still permitted, like those whom the federal government has deemed essential or Americans who are travelling to Alaska. World Canada Local. Saskatoon police tell residents not to report American cars. Full Menu Search Menu.
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Story continues below advertisement. Trending Stories. Michigan governor Gretchen Whitmer links thwarted kidnapping plot to Trump.The report is in response to a Board of Police Commissioners request that Chief Troy Cooper analyze how police fill gaps in the system by responding to calls not directly related to violence or public safety.
From throughthe police averagedcalls for service annually, but only 14 to 20 per cent resulted in a Criminal Code occurrence. If calls deemed to be related to mental health, suicide and social disorder were combined, the report says the data lines up with other literature suggesting most of the calls police respond to are not likely to be criminal in nature.
Trafficking and possession of the substance in the city jumped by per cent between and The report also outlines partnerships and programs that have been created over the last decade to help address the issue.Saskatoon Police Abuse Of Power, April 3, 2015
One of them is the Police and Crisis Team PACTwhich pairs a mental health professional with a police officer to direct those with mental health issues to the appropriate services. It notes further investments are needed in supports such as enhanced housing, mental health, addictions, and community supports. Otherwise, police will have to continue to respond to calls better addressed by another service sector. The report is on the agenda for the next Board of Police Commissioners meeting on Aug.
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At about Sunday morning, police received a call about an injured person at a business in the block of 8th Street East. Police and Medavie Health Services responded to the area and found an injured and unresponsive year-old man laying in the roadway at the intersection of Clarence Avenue South and 8th Street East. Police are asking anyone who may have information about this incident to call them at and ask to speak to a Major Crime Investigator or to call Crime Stoppers at The year-old was transported to hospital where he later succumbed to his injuries.
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All rights reserved. Powered By SoCast.This investigation began on Wednesday, […]. Starting today, Thursday October 8, […]. Saskatoon, Saskatchewan — Patrol members arrested a man today, following reports of an injured person.
At approximately p. Saskatoon, Saskatchewan — Two people are facing drug trafficking-related charges following a vehicle stop last night. Saskatoon, Saskatchewan — A Saskatoon man is facing 20 charges after refusing to stop for Police last night.
Regina, Saskatchewan — The Regina Police Service, in conjunction with the Saskatchewan Coroners Service, has begun a death investigation after the discovery of a deceased adult male near Lakeshore Drive, between Avenue B and Avenue […]. Saskatoon, Saskatchewan — The Saskatchewan Internet Child Exploitation Unit has charged a man from Saskatoon with child pornography offences in relation to an investigation that began in May of a person using multiple online […].
Regina, Saskatchewan — An 18 year-old male has been charged in connection with a weapons offence at a downtown mall today Tuesday, October 6, October 10, All reports are written by police media departments. Sometimes CaPR staff create report titles.