Kindersley Royal Canadian Mounted Police (RCMP)
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
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: https://ocre-sielc.rcmp-grc.gc.ca/saskatchewan.
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.
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 www.saskcrimestoppers.com.
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.