Cops for Cancer at the 2015 Sidewalk DaysChief Bourassa speaking at National Aboriginal Day June 2015FRIENDLY FLOOR HOCKEY GAME WITH MEMBERS OF THE MOOSE JAW SPECIAL OLYMPICSCHIEFS COMMENDATION 2015
For quick action taken with a suicidal person on the 9th Avenue bridge: 

Cst. Ryan ForbesTEAMWORK AWARD 2015

For outstanding cooperation, dedication and teamwork to implement innovative solutions and maintain our service delivery capability during a major power failure.2015 Teamwork Award:

For outstanding dedication, cooperation and teamwork to solve an armed robbery.

2015 Community Building Award:  
For leadership and dedicated service to our city and the aboriginal community: 

Isabelle Hanson Kenowekesequape2015 Community Safety Award: 
For significant contributions to community safety and quality of life in Moose Jaw: 

Chad Topp – Director of Wakamow Manor2015 Chief’s Commendation:

For outstanding work on an assault and unlawful confinement investigation:  

Cst. Kyle Cunningham, Cst. Jim Biniaris, (missing from photo Cst Myles Coghlin)Cst Chad Scheske and PSD Loki

The Moose Jaw Police Service is NOW ACCEPTING applications for the position of Constable. Application deadline is Aug 30, 2015

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Published Aug 1, 2015

                                                  Moose Jaw Police Service Media Release

                                                        31 July 2015 to 01 August 2015

                                                         From 0700 hour to 0700 hours

                                                         Number of calls for service: 51


0923 hours – 200 blk Iroquois St. W. – Dispute between two people.  One person left for the day.

1018 hours – 1500 blk 7th Av S. W. – Damage to vehicle window.  Possibly caused by rock being thrown up by lawnmower. 

1131 hours – 1300 blk Main St. N. – Fraud at business.  Person returned item to store.  Upon checking it was found to be an old used item.  Still under investigation to check video.

1135 hours – 400 blk Fairford St. E. – Assist other Police Department to verify location of person on conditions.

1225 hours – 1st Ave N. W. at Oxford St. W. – Hit and Run to Vehicle. Suspect vehicle is green Pontiac Grand Am.  Approximately $3000 damage.

1231 hours – 900 blk Holdsworth Cr.  – Theft from Vehicle.  Wallet located and returned to owner.  $50 missing.

1235 hours – 500 blk Thatcher Dr. E. – Hit and Run to vehicle.  Passenger side front fender and back ¼ panel.  Approximately $2000 damage. 

1445 hours – 0 blk Arrowhead Rd. – Family dispute.  Situation mediated between siblings.

1526 hours – 9th Ave N. W. at Fairford St. W. – 2 vehicle accident.  No injuries.  One ticket issued for change lanes before safe. 

1537 hours – 0 blk Manitoba St. E. – Theft from vehicle.  Value of items taken approx. $500. 

1547 hours – 900 blk Coteau St. W. – Mischief to vehicle sometime overnight.  Both sides of vehicle keyed.  Approximately $2500 damage.

1633 hours – 100 Manitoba St. E. – Elderly person driving scooter in busy traffic.  Concerned for his safety. 

1725 hours – 100 blk Athabasca St. E. – Suspicious male in area with a bullet.  Male located and spoken to.  Bullet seized for destruction.

1736 hours – 800 blk 8th Ave. N. W. – Hit and run to vehicle.  Damage to driver side rear light. 

2232 hours – 13th Avenue S. W. – Assist to locate.  Person not home for house curfew.  Different areas and addresses checked.  Information forwarded to dayshift.

2305 hours – 900 blk Vaughan St. – Noisy Party reported.  Few people in back yard around a legal fire pit.  Radio was turned down at police request and homeowner advised of noise bylaw.

2312 hours – 1200 blk Iroquois Dr. – Intoxicated person in yard.  Subject held in cells till sober.

0008 hours – 0 blk Marlborough St. – Breach of Recognizance.  Person charged for breaching curfew condition.

0040 hours – 1600 blk Main St. N. – Unwanted Guest at a business.  Person left on police arrival. 

0140 hours – 1200 blk 3rd Ave N. W. – Assist EMS with violent patient.  Taken to hospital and left in their care after the patient was calm.

0157 hours – 1200 blk Iroquois Dr. – Dispute between groups of people.  Situation mediated.

0217 hours – 0 blk Fairford St. E. – Single vehicle accident.  Vehicle hit fence, required tow.  Approximately $500 damage.

0326 hours – 300 blk MacDonald St. – Assist to locate possible suicidal person.  SaskTel assisted in locating cell phone location.  Person located at 0432 hours and taken to hospital.

0354 hours – 5th Ave N. W. at High St. W. – Load of steel pipes fell off truck.  Pipes moved to side of road and City to be notified in the morning.

0436 hours – 1500 blk High St. W. – Person driving without licence.  Vehicle located and stopped.  Vehicle towed and person charged with Possession of Drugs.  Held in cells.


911 calls – 8