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Saskatchewan Highway Patrol

Andy Landers, Chief of the Saskatchewan Highway Patrol

Chief of the Saskatchewan Highway Patrol Andrew Landers

I have spent over 35 years in policing of one form or another – mostly in the traffic enforcement field, and I am proud to continue my service now as the Chief of the Saskatchewan Highway Patrol.

 

Whether removing dangerous vehicles and drivers from our highways, protecting the infrastructure of our roads, intercepting illicit contraband or responding to rural crime in our province, we do this to help keep people safe. We are committed to public safety on our highways and in our rural communities.

 

The Saskatchewan Highway Patrol officers and staff are striving to be the best highway patrol in the world. I believe we are well on our way!

Mandate:

Commercial Vehicle Road Safety – The Saskatchewan Highway Patrol is dedicated to saving lives and reducing injuries on Saskatchewan highway systems by utilizing prevention techniques and strategies, education and commercial vehicle enforcement.

Infrastructure Protection – The Saskatchewan Highway Patrol is dedicated to protecting Saskatchewan's infrastructure and highway systems through education and prevention, mitigation and commercial vehicle enforcement techniques and strategies.

Provincial Protection and Response Team – The Saskatchewan Highway Patrol is dedicated to saving lives, protecting property and reducing the risk of rural crime for all citizens of Saskatchewan. This is achieved through participation in the Provincial Protection and Response Team.

About the Saskatchewan Highway Patrol:

Today, the Saskatchewan Highway Patrol provides dedicated on-road law enforcement with trained, uniformed officers throughout the province. Officers utilize a mix of fixed scale locations and patrols to serve Saskatchewan residents and visitors.

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