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Weekend Update - April 16, 2018

Weekend Update – April 16, 2018

Prince Albert Police Service had a busy weekend, responding to 292 calls for service between Thursday evening and Monday morning. Officers made 53 arrests, 33 of the arrests were for people causing disturbances.  The top three calls for service were for disturbances, evictions and intoxicated persons. There were two major fire calls Prince Albert Police Service attended to over the past four days. 2018 - 10497: Fire at Prince Albert Municipal Airport On April 15, 2018 at approximately 11:24pm, the P ...

Jersey Day!

Jersey Day!

Prince Albert Police Service staff wanted to show their support today for Jersey Day! We can all relate in some way to this horrific tragedy - Our Hearts go out to all the Players, Coaching Staff & their Families, Billet Families, First Responders, Medical Staff and All Involved. We are "All Broncos" - Thoughts and Prayers - Prince Albert Police Service! ...

Break and Enter - Theft of Vehicle

Break and Enter – Theft of Vehicle

File #: 2018-9906 On April 10, 2018 at approximately 5:20 a.m. the Prince Albert Police Service responded to a theft that occurred on 1500 Block Helme Crescent. A male suspect had taken a car from the driveway of the residence and the occupants of the household were awaken and followed the car until police arrived and arrested the vehicle on 6th Avenue East. The suspect had entered the house when the occupants were sleeping and taken the vehicle keys as well as a Ipad and then fled in the stolen ...

National Telecommunicators Week

National Telecommunicators Week

“This week is our National Public Safety Telecommunicators Week, a week set aside specifically to formally recognize the hard work and dedication of our nation’s Public Safety Telecommunicators.” --- Prince Albert Police Service Office Manager Josie Hemsworth Prince Albert Police service would like to take the time to recognition our dedicated Communication Operators. "Communication Operator can be one of the most challenging and the most rewarding job in our police service," said Prince Albert Poli ...

Missing Person - April 10, 2018

Missing Person – April 10, 2018

The Prince Albert Police Service is asking for the public’s assistance to locate missing person 22-year-old Tenelle Lachance. Tenelle was last seen on April 6, 2018 in the area of the 900 Block of River Street West. Tenelle was wearing grey jogging pants, red sweater, and 5’1” tall and has long black hair. If you have seen Tenelle or know where she is please contact Prince Albert Police Service at 306-953-4222 or Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-8477. ...

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