The Regina Police Service has been investigating a series of complaints from victims of fraud. A small construction company was hired by multiple customers to do contract renovation work (installing shingles, painting, deck building, siding, etc). Several customers paid large sums of money as a deposit on work that was promised to be completed. Police…Details
A 39 year-old Regina male is facing charges after an investigation into fraudulent activity occurring between February 2013 and August 2017 in the city of Regina. In July of 2017 the Regina Police Service received a complaint regarding work done by an electrician company. The complainant had several concerns regarding overbilling and improper invoicing. After…Details
The Regina Police Service would like the public and business employees to be aware of a new credit card fraud. The Regina Police Service has seen a significant rise in credit card frauds, where the suspect attempts to use a non-working credit card. The pin pad indicates a chip malfunction when the chip is inserted…Details
Due to high capacity at venues for tonight’s celebrations, sales of one day passes are currently suspended. Police are asking fans not to head to venues without a pre-purchased ticket. Riderville is at full capacity, but you can still get into other venues at this time with a pre-purchased ticket.
The Regina Police Service is, once again, working in partnership with the Board of the Queen City Ex to enhance public safety at this year’s Exhibition. The Regina Police Service has enacted its operational plan for the Queen City Ex, which began Wednesday, August 1st, and runs through to Sunday, August 5th. The goal is…Details