Programs and services

Police Service Dogs

RCMP Service Dogs go through 80 days of rigorous training which includes tracking of suspects, searching for missing persons, searching for crime scene evidence, narcotic detection and criminal apprehension.

Traffic Services

RCMP Pulling Over a VehicleRCMP Traffic Services Enforcement in Saskatchewan works to save lives and reduce injuries. In some areas of the province, the RCMP and municipal police agencies (Estevan, Weyburn and Saskatoon Police Services) work together as Combined Traffic Services Saskatchewan (CTSS) and focus on:

  • impaired driving
  • aggressive driving
  • seatbelt use
  • distracted driving
  • other traffic enforcement initiatives

Report Impaired Drivers

Report Impaired Drivers If you see a driver you think is impaired:

  • Pull over and call 911
  • State the location
  • Report which direction the vehicle is travelling
  • Describe the vehicle as best you can: colour, make, model and license plate number
  • Describe what type of driving behaviour is being exhibited
  • Provide a description of the driver if you can

(Information provided by MADD Canada)

10 possible signs of an impaired driver:

  1. Drifting in and out of lanes
  2. Driving unreasonable fast, slow or at an inconsistent speed
  3. Tailgating and changing lanes frequently
  4. Making exceptionally wide turns
  5. Changing lanes or passing without sufficient clearance
  6. Overshooting or stopping well before stop signs or stop lights
  7. Disregarding signals and lights
  8. Approaching signals or leaving intersections too quickly or slowly
  9. Driving with windows open in cold or inclement weather
  10. Driving without headlights, failing to lower high beams or leaving turn signals on
Date modified: