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The Saskatchewan Police Commission works with police services and boards of police commissioners to promote effective policing throughout the province. The Commission also promotes crime prevention and the improvement of police relationships with communities.
The Commission makes regulations to upgrade police services, generally through training and standardization. It sets provincial standards for clothing, ranks, equipment, reporting, recruiting, training and discipline for all municipal police services. The Commission also provides centralized education and training for municipal police services through the Saskatchewan Police College at the University of Regina.
The Commission is empowered to conduct audits and reviews, and to provide information to boards of police commissioners. The Commission is the final appeal body in disciplinary and dismissal matters.
Neil Robertson, Q.C.
Leslie Sullivan, Q.C.
Steve Connelly, Q.C.
Saskatchewan Police Commission Annual Reports
The Police Act, 1990
Saskatchewan Police Commission Policy Manual Part I
Saskatchewan Police Commission Policy Manual Part II
Saskatchewan Police Commission Standard for Police Service Dogs
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