Prince Albert Police Service reminding the public about online reporting amid concerns over COVID-19
The Prince Albert Police Service will continue to provide all essential emergency services to the community, however we are reminding the public to use online services accessible through our website at www.papolice.ca.
Reporting a crime online:
- lost property under $5,000;
- mischief/wilful damage;
- theft under $5,000;
Criminal Records Checks:
- Until further notice, Criminal Records Checks will be offered online only. Where necessary, other arrangements can be made by calling 306-953-4223.
The non-emergent incident complaints that meet the online reporting options above, when appropriate, will be handled by police over the phone. If necessary, the phone outside the front entrance at the main police station at 45-15th Street West is always available, and can be used to connect to police service staff at any time.
As of Monday, March 16, the secondary front office located at the police substation, 40-10th Street East, is closed to the public.
For general police-related inquiries, members of the public should call the non-emergent line at 306-953-4222.
For immediate assistance, please call 9-1-1.
The police service is requesting cooperation from the public in reporting any symptoms of COVID-19 when using emergency services to assist our members in determining an appropriate response.
Anyone experiencing symptoms of COVID-19 is urged to call 8-1-1 to connect with a healthcare provider.