Who we are


Every hour of every day, brave men and women of the Saskatoon Police Service put themselves in harm’s way to keep our city safe.

Since 1920, the Saskatoon Police Association has been their official voice, providing representation, resources and support for the people behind the badge.

Over 500 sworn police members strong, we represent our members in matters concerning employee benefits, discipline and contracts. We work with our fellow police associations to improve working conditions for officers here and across Canada.

Latest News


Marihuana Legalization

Marihuana Legalization and rules for Saskatoon Police Officers   The Saskatchewan Association of Chiefs of Police has announced a ‘fit for duty’ approach, where marijuana would be treated similar to alcohol and prescription drugs while officers are on- or off-duty. “Fit for duty meaning when you show up for work we expect you to be able… Read more »

October 18, 2018 Read More
Updated Website Launched

The Saskatoon Police Association is proud to announce that a new website has just been launched. This new website is a powerful tool the Association can use to help communicate with both members of the Association and the general public. Check back often for updated information and content! Members, log in for information on your… Read more »

October 24, 2018 Read More

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Saskatoon Police Association board members attend the annual Canadian Police Association meetings this week to discuss issues that effect our police officers and advocate on their behalf to officials of Canada's government.
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Members of the Saskatoon Police Association join hundreds of others in support for the family and community of fallen Fire Fighter, Darrell Morrison in Rosetown yesterday.
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Saskatoon Police Association10 months ago
Members from the Saskatoon Police Association attended the Western Canadian Labour Conference to discuss issues facing police services across the nation. Cannabis legalization and Mental Health of first responders were some of the topics discussed.
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Saskatoon Police Association11 months ago
Great work by Saskatoon Police to sponsor such an endeavour and an even better job by it's members! This video is further evidence they put it all into everything they do!

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Saskatoon Police Lip Sync Video
Remember those lip sync challenges going around amongst Police Services over the last month or so? We do, and at the time we heard from many in our community...
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Saskatoon Police Association1 year ago
It is a double-edged sword when you are "honoured" at the Saskatoon Police Association annual Retirement Social and Pig Roast. Special thanks to the Social Committee and to Chris Harris for the hilarious and edgy roast of the recently retired members. Congratulations to those who retired!

Twitter News Feed


2 days ago
Hey 🍁 Canada let’s get behind the @saskatoonpolice as they are currently the ONLY Canadian 🇨🇦 video in the running for a $10,000 prize from “Lip Sync to The Rescue” which will air in CBS on Sept 9. How to vote: Find… https://t.co/f7yip5jTDM
3 days ago
Thoughts and Prayers with the wounded and those officers still dealing with the shooting! Bring them all home @PhillyPolice https://t.co/ndlOeqI84J SPAssoc photo
1 week ago
Today I want to acknowledge the women and men of the Saskatoon Police Service that are currently serving or have served in peacekeeping operations around the world. Thank you for your bravery and the sacrifices you made. #NationalPeacekeepersDay
2 weeks ago
One of the key principles of our justice system in Canada is the presumption of innocence. This basic right extends to all citizens regardless of occupation or any other characteristic. Innocent til proven guilty can’t just be words, it must mean something. #yxe
2 weeks ago
Here is a statement from the Saskatoon Police Association about the acquittal. It wants Chief Troy Cooper to reinstate Gelowtiz. #y https://t.co/1OuLe75TLE SPAssoc photo
2 weeks ago
BREAKING: Fired Saskatoon cop Jarett Gelowitz NOT GUILTY of assault during 2016 on-duty arrest.

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