The Weyburn Police Service is a team of dedicated sworn and civilian members who are dedicated to meeting the needs of our community and ensuring the utmost safety for all those in the City of Weyburn.
Established in 1957, the station was originally located in the basement of the old city hall, where it remained for around 29 years before moving to its present location at 400 Coteau Ave. NE.
A Message from the Chief…
“…In recent years, our activities have been aligned to reflect the goals of Saskatchewan’s Provincial Governments Building Partnerships to Reduce Crime strategies. We are a committed partner in helping those at risk individuals, and working on community wellness issues. This can only be accomplished through strong partnerships, as we recognize police cannot solve these issues alone.
Our service has tremendous support and cooperation; not only from our partners, but from the citizens we serve. But, I know this only happens through being accountable and transparent in our activities. To ensure we maintain the support necessary, we will continue to put ‘community service above self’ to ensure safe surroundings for all who live or visit Weyburn.”
Chief of Police
In the case of an emergency, CALL 9-1-1
The Weyburn Police Service is governed by the Weyburn Police Commission, consisting of three city council members and four members at large.
Complaints against the actions of members of the Police Service can be directed to the Chief of Police, (306) 848-3253, or the Saskatchewan Public Complaints Commission, (306) 787-6519, or you can submit a complaint online on the provincial government website.