Kindersley Emergency Services

Calling 9-1-1 in Saskatchewan accesses all emergency services, including EMS, Fire, and RCMP. MD Ambulance, located in Saskatoon, dispatches all EMS calls in the Saskatchewan Health Authority.

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Ambulance Services

Kindersley has access to a full-service Emergency Response Team, including ambulances, EMT’s, and more than 100 First Responders in this area of the Saskatchewan Health Authority.

Emergency Medical Services (EMS) are provided by professional health care workers and include initial assessment, treatment, stabilization, and transfer to appropriate care centres. Saskatchewan Health Authority provides EMS throughout the region with 27 emergency vehicles and approximately 130 staff comprised of full-time, part-time, and casual personnel, including:

  • Emergency Medical Responders (EMR)
  • Emergency Medical Technicians (EMT)
  • Emergency Medical Technicians – Advanced (EMT-A)
  • Emergency Medical Technicians – Paramedics (EMT-P)

Emergency Medical Services also includes community programs such as baby-sitting courses, car seat safety clinics, and drug/alcohol awareness programs.

Calling 9-1-1 in Saskatchewan accesses all emergency services, including EMS, Fire, and RCMP. MD Ambulance, located in Saskatoon, dispatches all EMS calls in the Saskatchewan Health Authority.

First Responders

Saskatchewan Health Authority has approximately 100 First Responders in this area who represent the front-line volunteers in the Emergency Medical Services team. First Responders are local volunteers who maintain advanced First Aid and CPR training that prepares them to deal with traumatic physical injuries as well as serious medical emergencies until ambulances arrive on the scene. First Responders assess injuries and illnesses and initiate emergency treatments prior to the arrival of the ambulance. They work closely with EMS personnel to provide the public with prompt and efficient care in times of emergency.

For more information on becoming a First Responder, contact Krista Remeshylo, Director of Emergency Medical Services with Saskatchewan Health Authority at 306-831-8663 or

Kindersley Fire Department


The Kindersley Fire Department takes great pride in the many items that make us a leading community-based service organization. Items such as:

  • An outstanding commitment to providing quality services.
  • Our belief that we are an important part of our community.
  • Our commitment to providing high quality training to our personnel.
  • A consistent focus on meeting the community’s emergency response needs in a successful cost-efficient manner.
  • Our dedication to our overall objective of improving the quality of life and safety of the residents and visitors to the Town of Kindersley and surrounding RMs.

Fire Suppression, Fire Prevention, Fire Safety Education, and Rescue response: These men and women are highly trained, extremely motivated, and loyally focused on their core mission of serving the community. In my estimation, they are the finest fire and rescue service professionals there are.

In closing, we remain positioned to respond to your needs with professionalism, compassion, integrity, and respect.


Fire Chief Jeff Soveran

Our Vision

The Kindersley Fire Department will reach and exceed their objectives through continuous training.

We aim to support and be a part of our community. We will remain in the public eye through social media, education, participation at local events, fundraising, and more.

We will provide the most capable Fire and Emergency Service possible, while remaining professional, ethical, and recognizing the rights of others.

Our Mission

Under the direction of our Chief, and through the abilities of our members, the Kindersley Fire Department will provide the most effective Fire and Emergency services to the extent our training allows. We will do so while promoting safety and quality of life. We are here to serve our community.

Fire Prevention and Safety Tips

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Jeff Soveran
Fire Chief

107 6th Avenue East
Box 1269
Kindersley, SK S0L 1S0

Emergency: 911

Kindersley Royal Canadian Mounted Police (RCMP)

Our Mandate:

Partnering for a safer and healthier Saskatchewan

This will be accomplished through a focus on:

  • Community safety and rural crime
  • Safer and healthier Indigenous communities through Reconciliation
  • Meth, opioids, and other illicit drugs
  • Interpersonal and family violence
  • Gangs and organized crime
  • Traffic safety
  • Employee wellness and development
  • Effective stewardship and service delivery

Office Hours

Open Monday to Friday from 8:00am to 4:00pm with the exception of statutory holidays. For after hours assistance the RCMP Kindersley Detachment can be reached at 310-RCMP.

Reporting Crimes to Police

You can report crimes to the police by attending the front counter, calling the Detachment at 306-463-4642 or calling 310-RCMP.

Online Crime Reporting can be accessed at:


CAPTURE is a voluntary camera registry that records the locations of security cameras in Kindersley and the surrounding detachment area.
The purpose of CAPTURE is to build a registry of private security camera locations to assist in police investigations.
Often, security cameras capture evidence that can be used to solve a crime. If an incident happens, Kindersley RCMP can view the list of camera locations, and contact the registered camera owners.
By providing the Kindersley RCMP with the location of your security cameras, you could be helping to shorten the required time for investigations and providing key information to ensure people responsible for crime are held responsible.
For more information visit:

Crime Stoppers

If you need to report any suspicious activity in your community, please contact the Kindersley RCMP detachment by calling 306-463-4642 or their local police service. Information can also be provided anonymously through Saskatchewan Crime Stoppers by calling 1800-222-TIPS (8477) or submitting a tip online at

Citizens on Patrol Program

With the assistance of dedicated volunteers, Kindersley RCMP Detachment is able to operate a Citizens on Patrol Program. Patrollers volunteer their time for several hours each month to drive around Kindersley and keep watch for any unusual or suspicious activity and report it to police. Anyone interested in becoming involved as a Citizen on Patrol can contact the Kindersley RCMP Detachment. Names of volunteers are not publicized.

View the Citizens on Patrol brochure.


Detachment Commander: Kevin Peterson

300 8th Avenue West
Box 1538
Kindersley, SK S0L 1S0

Phone: (306) 463-4642
Eston: (306) 962-8530
Kerrobert: (306) 834-6550
Province Wide: 310-RCMP or 310-7267
Emergency: 911

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