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Saskatchewan Police College

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.

Located at the University of Regina, the Saskatchewan Police College was established under the authority of the Saskatchewan Police Commission by virtue of Saskatchewan's Police Act. The college provides training to new recruits from municipal services, as well as courses to personnel of accredited police services within the province of Saskatchewan. Candidates from other agencies may attend courses with the approval of the Director of the Police Commission and the Director of the Saskatchewan Police College.

Mission Statement
The Saskatchewan Police College strives to be the provincially recognized leader in the continual development, availability and excellence of a learning network which inspires confidence and meets the evolving and lifelong needs of public officers in policing, community safety and enforcement.

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