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Online Criminal Record Check process now available

Online Criminal Record Check process now available

The Prince Albert Police Service now has the option for residents to apply for a Criminal Record Check online – making it easier for residents to be able to apply 24 hours a day from the convenience of a computer. Residents can visit www.papolice.ca and click on the link for "Criminal Record Check." From there they can decide whether to apply online or in person. To apply online a resident must be 21 years of age and will need internet access. For in-person application, the forms are still availa ...

Weekend Update - January 15

Weekend Update – January 15

The Prince Albert Police Service responded to 204 calls for service over the weekend and arrested 34 people. The top two calls for service were for disturbances (16) and evictions (16). File #2018-1256 - Recovered Stolen Vehicle On Saturday, January 13, 2017 at 6:36 a.m. patrol responded to 1400 12 Street West on report of a stolen vehicle. The truck was left running with the keys in the ignition. A unknown male suspect was seen to be fleeing with the vehicle. Then on Sunday, January 14, 2017 ...

High Risk Search Warrant Executed - January 9, 2018

High Risk Search Warrant Executed – January 9, 2018

Several people arrested, drugs and firearms seized after a successful Integrated Street Enforcement Team (ISET) investigation.   The Prince Albert Police Tactical Unit executed the search warrant at 1:37 p.m. on Tuesday, January 9, 2018 at a residence in Prince Albert on the 1200 Block 15 Street West.   Nine persons were arrested by officers located at the residence. ISET members then conducted a search of the house and located:   -16 gauge sawed off shotgun -.22 saw ...

PAPS launches new mobile app

PAPS launches new mobile app

The Prince Albert Police Service has officially launched its new mobile app for residents to be able to access the latest information and tools available from the Service. The app developed by MobilePD connects all Prince Albert Police Service channels into one portal for your Apple or Android device. Stay connected: Easy access to PAPS Facebook and Twitter and YouTube accounts. Stay informed: Direct route to PAPS media releases and alerts. Stay Safe: 'File A Report' online for any non-emergen ...

Online crime reporting numbers up

Online crime reporting numbers up

The word is starting to catch on that residents can file crime reports online. Josie Hemsworth, Office Manager for the Prince Albert Police Service said that the number of residents using the handy online feature to report non-emergency crimes has almost doubled since the option was introduced almost two years ago. "I'm happy to see that residents are using this feature, which saves them time and hassle and helps our dispatchers to focus on emergency calls and not being tied down by calls that aren't a ...

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