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The Prairie South School Division, the City of Moose Jaw and the Moose Jaw Police Service will be unveiling the first mural in project 104 which is a collaborative initiative to enhance and beautify Moose Jaw by reducing unwanted graffiti.

The unveiling will occur at the Eastside Community Park on the corner of 9th Ave North East and Ominica Street East on Thursday June 23rd at 4:00 pm.

Moose Jaw Police Service Awards Ceremony

The Moose Jaw Police Service is pleased to host its third annual awards ceremony to recognize individuals of the community and the police service who have worked to make Moose Jaw a better place to live in a number of different ways. The awards recognize people for their contributions to community safety and promotes positive behaviour and provides employee and community engagement opportunities for the Service.

Mayor Deb Higgins, Chair of the Moose Jaw Board of Police Commissioners, and Chief Rick Bourassa will be presenting the awards on Wednesday, June 8, 2016 at 2 p.m. in City Council Chambers. 

 The awards include:

Chief’s Commendation – presented to police service personnel whose exceptional actions resolved a critical situation.

 Community Safety – presented to community members whose contributions have helped make Moose Jaw a safer community.

 Innovation - presented to police service personnel and community members who have introduced innovative and effective practices to the Service.

 Community Building – presented to police service personnel who made significant contributions to improving quality of life in the community.

Teamwork – presented to police service personnel and other agency personnel whose efforts as a team were effective in resolving a major case or increasing community safety. Members of the public are welcome to attend.

 ****UPDATE*****

 Award Recipients:

 Commendation:

  • Cst. Norm Renwick

 Community Building:

  • Deputy Chief Cliff Froehlich
  • Cst. Chad Scheske, Cst. Jay Sills
  • Moose Jaw Pride
  • Moose Jaw Police Association

 

Community Safety:

  • Jennifer Patterson
  • Gary Couzens
  • Matthew Willis
  • Brenda Scheidt
  • Dustin Yee

Innovation:

  • Project 104
  • Donna Blondeau
  • Cst. Chris Flanagan, Cpl. Marlie Frei, Cpl. Taylor Mickleborough, Cst. Murray Rice, Sgt. Scott Williamson

Teamwork:

  • Cst. Kevin Adrian, Cst. Curtis Amiot, Cst. Todd Booth, Cpl. Marlie Frei, Cpl.  Bob Heath, Sgt. Randy Jesse, Cst. Ryan Lawrence, Cst. Sheldon MacNaughton, Sgt. Devon Oleniuk, Sgt. Trisha Seman, Cst. Jay Sills, Cst. Brad Sukenik, Cst. Jason Watt, Cst. Aaron Woods

Teamwork:

  • Cst. Kevin Adrian, Cst. Chris Flanagan, Cst. Taylor Elder, Cpl. Marlie Frei, Cpl. Bob Heath, Cst. Keith Hill, Cst. Stan Koch, Cst. Ryan Lawrence, Sgt. Devon Oleniuk, Cpl. Kevin Pilsworth, Cst. Murray Rice, Cst. Brad Sukenik, Cst. Jason Watt, Sgt. Scott Williamson
Published Jul 25, 2016

Moose Jaw Police Service

2016 July 24 to 2016 July 25

0700 hours to 0700 hours

Total calls –

 

0848hrs – 0 Blk Edelweiss Cres – Theft – Two vehicles rummaged through overnight. Complainant stated that doors were left unlocked. Cards and cash taken from one vehicle.

1014hrs – 600 Blk Hochelaga St E – Intox Person – Person called 911 stating that they were extremely intoxicated. Police spoke with person and confirmed a non-emergency situation, everyone is okay, and a cab will be called when they were ready to go.

1129hrs – 900 Blk Coteau St W – Dispute – Argument between two persons, non physical. Mediated by police, they agreed to get along.

1200hrs – 100 Blk Athabasca St W – Well Being Check – Complainant stated that there were dogs in a vehicle, barking, in weather that was too hot for them. Police attended to area, but vehicle was already gone.

1207hrs – Thatcher Dr W at 11th Av NW – MVA – 2 vehicle accident. Minor rear end accident, assisted with name exchange.

1241hrs – 400 Blk Athabasca St E – Dispute – Person will not allow another person to come to residence to collect their items. Police to get in touch with parties involved to assist in property exchange.

1319hrs – 900 Blk Main St N – Theft – Person had bag stolen from beside them in restaurant. Phone and other items in bag taken, no cash. Video available, no suspects.

1403hrs – 800 Blk 12th Av SW – Disturbance – Parent and child having argument. Police mediated the dispute, parent is to leave for awhile while child takes some time to cool off.

1552hrs – 1200 Blk Hochelaga St W – Domestic – One party getting out of hand and becoming physical with another. Police mediated situation and second party will be leaving to visit a parent.

1707hrs – 600 Blk 2nd Av NE – Suspicious Occcurrence – Handful of persons skateboarding while using video cameras, wrecking the railing outside of building. Police attended and warned the persons of the signage banning from this activity on premise.

1708hrs – 0 Blk Wood Lily Dr – Noise Bylaw – Loud music can be heard playing. Police attended and warned a person of the bylaw.

2028hrs – 800 Blk 7th Av NW – Domestic – Parent and child got in physical altercation, child now threatening to self-harm. Police located and spoke with child who stated they will stay safe. Police to follow up next day.

 

 

911 Calls – 5

City After Hours Calls – 1

Parking Bylaw – 1

 

Noise Bylaw – 1