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Saskatchewan and the RCMP have a long, shared history.

Since 1885, all RCMP Members
have called Saskatchewan a home.

Urge the government to stop any further investment in the Saskatchewan Marshal Service until a plan is released

Communities across Saskatchewan have repeatedly called on the province for investments in existing police resources and crime prevention services.

Despite this, the Province has chosen to spend an undisclosed amount of money to establish the Saskatchewan Marshals Service which won’t be operational until late 2026.  

RCMP and Saskatchewan: A Shared History

Through the RCMP’s national training Depot Division in Regina, every RCMP cadet spends six months working, learning, and falling in love with theLand of living skies before being deployed across the country. Currently, ~1,375 Members serve to keep Saskatchewanians safe, serving 99% of Saskatchewan’s landmass, from Grasslands National Park to the Athabasca Sand Dunes and Cypress Hills to Reindeer Lake. A recent Pollara Strategic Insights survey found that 81% of residents in RCMP-served communities are satisfied or very satisfied with the RCMP’s policing; among the highest support in Canada. 

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The National Police Federation is proud to represent ~20,000 RCMP Members serving communities across Canada from coast to coast to coast and internationally. We are committed to ensuring our Members have the equipment, resource and support they need to do their jobs, and to help keep our country safe.