May 1 – 7 2016 is Missing Persons Week in Saskatchewan.
Members of the Regina Police Service will assist and support the annual RTSIS Barbecue for Tamra Keepness, to be held this Friday, July 3, 2015, from noon to 3:00 p.m. Deputy Chief Dean Rae will be present and available for media interviews. As in past years, there will be a number of sworn and civilian…Details
Missing Persons Week from Regina Police Service on Vimeo. May 3rd to 9th is Missing Persons’ Week in Saskatchewan. The theme of this third annual Missing Persons’ Week is “A Community’s Response to Missing Persons”, intended to educate people on the process of reporting a missing person and helpful resources and services in the community.…Details
The Regina Police Service has thoroughly investigated a recent “tip” and hand-drawn sketch, claiming to have information in the Tamra KEEPNESS missing person investigation. This sketch was posted, under a pseudonym, to reddit, an internet-based, entertainment and social networking service. After thorough investigation, there is nothing to indicate that this information is authentic and a…Details
The Regina Police Service is evaluating information posted to a popular web-based forum that claims to have information pertaining to the missing person case of Tamra Jewel KEEPNESS. In 2004, then-five-year-old Tamra KEEPNESS was reported missing by her family; her disappearance has been the subject of a lengthy ongoing investigation. The Regina Police Service became…Details