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Find how the Government of Saskatchewan governs and serves the province.
Find a government service and access your Saskatchewan Account.
Find services and support for children who have been abused or neglected. Learn about the Counsel for Children program. Find information about international child abduction.
Learn about the role of a Commissioner for Oaths, apply for or renew an appointment, print your certificate or find someone who is appointed.
Learn how to call an inmate, visit a correctional facility or request a record suspension. Access policies for adult custody facilities.
Learn about the courts, court orders and how to request a court transcript. Find resources for jurors. Learn about the Counsel for Children and the Aboriginal Courtworker Program. Find information on alternatives to criminal court and alternative options for fine payment.
Learn about the different kinds of driver-related appeals, and find information on how to file an appeal with the Highway Traffic Board.
Find information on the difference between an offence notice and a summons, your options after you receive a ticket, and the consequences of not dealing with a ticket.
Publications Saskatchewan provides online access to Government of Saskatchewan legislation free of charge including Freelaw® publications.
Learn the role of a Notary Public, apply for or renew an appointment, print your certificate, or find someone who is appointed
Find information about the role of the Public Guardian and Trustee, Powers of Attorney and adult guardianships.
Pay a provincial fine, such as a traffic violation, online or in person.
Public disclosures and information concerning convicted offenders who are a high risk to re-offend.
Prosecutors are responsible for the prosecution of Criminal Code offences and Provincial Statute offences. These policies give insight into Public Prosecutions' approach and give information regarding how prosecutors make various decisions. You will also find documents related to breath testing.
The Saskatchewan Police College is Saskatchewan's official institute for the provision and coordination of training and continuing education for public officers in policing, community safety and enforcement.
Find information on legislation surrounding seizing property which has been acquired through unlawful activity or used in unlawful activity.
Find a list of solicitors employed by the Ministry of Justice who can accept service of documents on behalf of the Attorney General of Saskatchewan.
Find information and learn about programs that are available to victims of crime or abuse.
Find information about the roles and responsibilities of Custody Service Employees. Learn about what the requirements are to become one, and find out how to apply.
Information on notarizing documents, FOI requests, and complaints about the Police service.
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