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Provincial Protective Services (PPS) unites conservation, highway patrol, and safer communities and Neighbourhoods (SCAN) officers, prisoner transport and court security deputy sheriffs, and Wascana Park community safety officers and aligns provincial protection services under a single organizational structure.
The PPS will ensure the protection of people, natural resources and infrastructure.
Contact the TIPP service if you notice any potential fishing, wildlife or environmental resource violations at 1‑800‑667‑7561.
If you are suspicious of a property in your neighbourhood, do not investigate it yourself or approach the occupants. Please call the SCAN's Investigation Unit immediately.
Learn more about where to find an environment office near you.
SCAN empowers residents to take back their neighbourhoods by reporting problem residences or businesses that are habitually used for illegal activities.
Contact the TIPP service if you notice any potential fishing, wildlife or environmental resource violations.
The Saskatchewan Highway Patrol provides dedicated on-road law enforcement with trained, uniformed officers throughout the province.
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