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2018 SFPO Annual Appeal Focusing on Mental Health
The SFPO is sponsoring our Annual Telephone Appear in the Province. Funds are being raised to help publish our 11th Annual Crime Prevention Guide, this time focusing on “Mental Health Awareness,” including Suicide Prevention, PTSD, Drug Addiction, Alcoholism and other important mental health challenges.
SFPO sponsoring Annual Telephone Appeal in the Province.
The SFPO is sponsoring our Annual Telephone Appeal in the Province. Funds are being raised to help publish another Crime Prevention Guide, this time focusing on “Prescription Drug Abuse Awareness” Businesses are being asked to advertise in our publication and private citizens are being asked to contribute as well. Funds raised will allow us to make this… Read more
Weyburn Police Service Looking For Experienced Officers
The Weyburn Police Service polices a community of about 12,000 and we are currently looking for experienced police officers for positions that may come vacant later this year. If you are interested in working in a growing community please contact the Weyburn Police Service, at 306-848-3250.
SFPO Presents Cheque to Child Find Saskatchewan:
The Saskatchewan Federation of Police Officers was on hand at a fundraising dinner hosted by Child Find Saskatchewan on April 19th. Our President, Dave Haye, is seen pictured presenting a cheque for $10,000 to Phyllis Hallet, Executive Director of Child Find Saskatchewan. Child Find Saskatchewan is a Provincial charitable organization that educates and advocates for… Read more
S.F.P.O. Meet with MLA’s
The Saskatchewan Federation of Police Officers met with Saskatchewan MLA’s about police issues.
SFPO and Child Find start partnership
Child Find Saskatchewan and the Saskatchewan Federation of Police Officers are pleased to announce they have formed a partnership designed to assist Child Find Saskatchewan deliver their programs throughout the province. On 12 July 2006, 1000am, Dave Haye, President, and Bernie Eiswirth, Executive Officer, Saskatchewan Federation of Police Officers will present a contribution cheque to… Read more
SFPO supports new Provincial Police Complaints Commission
The Saskatchewan Federation of Police Officers (SFPO) is supportive of the new Provincial Police Complaints Commission introduced today by Justice Minister Quennell at the legislature. “The Government included us as a partner when this new complaints process was developed, ” said Dave Haye, President of the SFPO. ” We hope that the new process will… Read more