Nearly a century serving Saskatoon.

Founded in 1920, the Saskatoon Police Association is proud to be the official voice and representative body for Saskatoon's frontline police personnel. Along with providing resources and support for our over 500 police members, we represent our membership in all matters concerning discipline and contracts.

In matters of discipline, the Saskatoon Police Association’s primary responsibility is to ensure that officers are treated fairly and that they have the same access and right to due process as any other person in Canada.

Active in the Saskatchewan Federation of Police Officers and the Canadian Police Association, we’re proud of the role we’ve played to make working conditions better for police officers and strive to achieve a healthy balance between their careers and their private lives.

Serving the city we love to call home is something our members do off duty, as well, volunteering hundreds and hundreds of hours with service clubs, community associations and youth sports. We raise money for the Crisis Nursery, Cops for Cancer and Juvenile Diabetes Association. And, making spirits brighter around the holidays, we support the Family to Family program to provide a better Christmas for those in need.