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RCMP

The Royal Canadian Mounted Police is the Canadian national police service and an agency of the Ministry of Public Safety and Emergency Preparedness Canada.

Because the City of Yorkton is a major service centre for Eastern Saskatchewan and Western Manitoba, the RCMP presence in Yorkton is one of the largest in the province. The RCMP has both a City as well as a Rural detachment located within the City.

RCMP Members are involved in school activities through a School Liaison program, and the City detachment sponsors a Community Cadet Program. The RCMP is also involved with a very active Citizens on Patrol organization within the City.

Career Opportunities within the RCMP


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Yorkton City Detachment

The City Detachment consists of:

     1   Staff Sargent
     1   Sargent
     4   Corporals
     26 Constables

The City detachment is located in the City Hall building at:

     37 - 3rd Avenue North
     Yorkton, sK
     S3N 1C1
     Ph: (306) 786-2400

Services Offered:

Fees For Criminal Records Checks

Parkland Victims Services

Providing support, information, assistance, referrals, victim compensation & victim restitution forms, court accompaniment, case updates, and crisis intervention.

Parkland Victims Services is a police based crisis intervention program funded by Victims Services, Saskatchewan Justice & Attorney General, Victims Fund. We work in partnership with the R.C.M.P. and the community to provide the best possible service to victims during their involvement in the Criminal Justice System. We are one of 18 victim services programs in the province of Saskatchewan.

Located at the Yorkton RCMP City Detachment
24 Hour Service 306-786-2408

Programs Involved In:

C.O.P. (Citizens On Patrol)

Party Program (Prevent Alcohol and Risk-Related Trauma in Youth Program)

SADD (Students Against Drunk Driving)

Yorkton Alliance of Asset Champions (Positive Ticketing)

RCMP Mission

The RCMP is Canada's national police service. Proud of our traditions and confident in meeting future challenges, we commit to preserve the peace, uphold the law and provide quality service in partnership with our communities.

RCMP Vision

We will:
  • be a progressive, proactive and innovative organization
  • provide the highest quality service through dynamic leadership, education and technology in partnership with the diverse communities we serve
  • be accountable and efficient through shared decision making
  • ensure a healthy work environment that encourages team building, open communication and mutual respect
  • promote safe communities
  • demonstrate leadership in the pursuit of excellence

Core Values of the RCMP

Recognizing the dedication of all employees, we will create and maintain an environment of individual safety, well being and development. We are guided by:
  • integrity
  • honesty
  • professionalism
  • compassion
  • respect
  • accountability

Commitment to Our Communities

The employees of the RCMP are committed to our communities through:
  • unbiased and respectful treatment of all people
  • accountability
  • mutual problem solving
  • cultural sensitivity
  • enhancement of public safety
  • partnerships and consultation
  • open and honest communication
  • effective and efficient use of resources
  • quality and timely service

Commitment to the Employees of the RCMP

Commitment to the employees of the RCMP In the spirit of shared leadership and recognizing all employees as our greatest asset, we commit to:

  • open, honest and bilateral communication
  • demonstrating leadership through accountability and responsibility at all levels
  • treating all employees with equal respect and consideration
  • ensuring the safety of our employees by developing and enforcing minimum resourcing standards
  • training that is timely, specific to the needs and relevant to job requirements
  • effective and efficient management of human resources through consultation, teamwork and empowerment at all levels
  • ensuring a safe and harassment free work environment
  • encouraging and recognizing innovation and creativity
  • fair and equitable systems to deal with
    • recognition for good performers
    • compensation and entitlements
    • financial hardship caused by employees' worksite
    • consistently poor performers
    • discipline and discharge
  • promoting health, safety and well being
  • ensuring adequate human, financial and material resources
  • enhancing job security through aggressive marketing of our services

National Strategic Priorities of the RCMP

F Division (Saskatchewan) Strategic Priorities of the RCMP

(Source: Royal Canadian Mounted Police)