RCMP RESPONSE TO COVID-19
People are advised to phone their local detachment in advance to confirm the priority services available, new limited hours of operation or detachment-specific protocols.”Regina Leader-Post
RCMP CUT KNIFE DETACHMENT
506 Broad Street
P.O. Box 339
Cut Knife, SK S0M 0N0
Monday – Friday
8:00 am – 4:00 pm
Due to Covid-19, front counter service is by appointment only at this time.
LOCAL EMERGENCY PHONE NUMBER
If you are in immediate need of police assistance:
- Dial 1-306-398-3500 and stay on the line. Do not leave a message. The administration line many not be checked until the following day, or possibly the Monday following a weekend. Members may be in another community or on the road.
If you are in immediate need of ambulance, fire, AND police assistance:
- Dial 9-1-1.
If you need to speak with a local police officer immediately:
- Dial 1-306-398-3500.
If you need to report to police in accordance with court ordered conditions, to file a report, or to make an inquiry:
- Dial 1-306-398-3500 to make an appointment for service.
CRIMINAL RECORD CHECKS
Criminal Record Checks will be completed for employment purposes only at this time (not for volunteer purposes). Please contact the detachment at 1-306-398-3500 to make an appointment. Click here for more information.
To reduce the risk of Covid-19, face masks will be provided for visitors. Hand sanitizer will also be provided for use on your hands and pieces of ID for Criminal Record Checks. The detachment employees thank you for your compliance.
CANADIAN ANTI-FRAUD CENTRE (FORMERLY PHONE BUSTERS)
“The Canadian Anti-Fraud Centre collects information on fraud and identity theft. We provide information on past and current scams affecting Canadians.
Our call centre is closed and our offices are currently operating at a reduced capacity, due to the evolving COVID-19 situation. If you have been a victim of fraud, please contact your local police. Otherwise, please file your report online through our Fraud Reporting System. We will do our best to respond. Take time to reference our website to learn about the various scams affecting Canadians and be extra vigilant. – from the Canadian Anti-Fraud Centre websiteCanadian Anti-Fraud Centre
- Call Centre: 1-888-495-8501. If you are a victim, report the incident to the local police detachment.
- Online Fraud Reporting System
- Scams by A-Z index
- Scams affecting businesses
- Scams affecting individuals
- Scams by medium
- What to do if you’re a victim
- Protect yourself
Police continue to remind residents to never provide personal information such as birth dates, SIN numbers, credit card numbers, or email addresses to parties you do not know.
“Crime Stoppers is a civilian, non profit, charitable organization that brings together in a triparte relationship, the police services of a community, the media and the community in the fight against crime.
Crime Stoppers provides citizens with a vehicle to anonymously supply the police with information about a crime or potential crime of which they have knowledge. Cash rewards are offered to people who call the program and their information leads to an arrest.” – from the Canadian Crime Stoppers Association website
TO SUBMIT A TIP: If you have any information about any crimes, please contact the RCMP Office at 1-306-398-3500. Tips can also also be submitted anonymously through the Canadian Crime Stoppers Association. Please click here for details.
- 1-800-222-8477 – Use a secure landline number as cellphones may be monitored by 3rd party scanners.
- Webtips – Some Crime Stopper programs have encrypted website links.
- Mobile App – Download the Crime Stopper app to your cellphone.
YOUTH ADVISORY COMMITTEE
The Saskatchewan RCMP is launching a Youth Advisory Committee, which is aiming to work with 100 youth to develop solutions to address the root causes of crime in communities. The goal is to increase and enhance RCMP engagement with youth so they feel their voices are valued, and they are contributing to effective change.
Youth ages 12-17 who are interested in working with the RCMP to address crime and victim issues identified by youth (e.g. drugs, bullying, alcohol, vaping and poor driving) and to promote awareness events (e.g. Pink Shirt Day, National Addictions Awareness Week) may request an application. Please click here for more information.
RCMP ARE HIRING COMMISSIONAIRES
Click here to learn more about a new career opportunity as a Commissionaire.