Today, Tuesday, July 24, 2012, marks the release of the annual crime statistics report from the Canadian Centre for Justice Statistics, or CCJS. This report is a comparison of Total Crime Rate and Crime Severity Index, as well as specific crime categories, across Canada’s 33 Census Metropolitan Areas, or CMA’s. As in previous years, Regina shows another decrease…Details
Background Info for the Canadian Centre of Justive Statistics (CCJS annual report on Police Reported Crime Statistics in Canada for 2011.
On July 24th, the Canadian Centre for Justice Statistics (CCJS) releases the report Police-Reported Crime Statistics in Canada, 2011. This is an annual report that highlights police-reported crime statistics, including the Crime Severity Index and Crime Rates, at the national, provincial and Census Metropolitan Area (CMA) level. This document provides additional context to some terms utilized…Details
Over the years our city has changed and so has our police service. From vehicles to officers to the look of the Regina Police Service brand. In 1992 the Regina Police Service adopted the term “Century of Service”, an appropriate acknowledgment at the time it was taken. As of 2012 the Regina Police Service…Details
Twenty-seven individuals, most of them police officers, are participating in a three-day course designed specifically for police officers on bicycle. Regina Police Service members are hosting their counterparts from the RCMP and Weyburn Police Service, as well as personnel from EMS, in a Law Enforcement Bicycle Association, or LEBA, course. The course combines classroom lecture…Details
The week of April 8-14, 2012, is Emergency Telecommunicators’ Week inSaskatchewan, as declared by the Province’s Ministry of Corrections, Public Safety and Policing. The Regina Police Service Communications Centre provides 9-1-1 service for Police, Fire and EMS for the City ofReginaand is also a PSAP, or Public Safety Answering Point, for the Sask911 system. National…Details