Saskatchewan RCMP officers responded to 6,658 calls for service during the week of May 16-22.
Saturday (21st) had the highest call volume at 1,316.
Among them was 186 for assault, 5 for robbery, 8 related to firearms, 2 for kidnapping/forceible confinement, and 124 for harrassment/uttering threats.
Police also responded to 133 calls for a collision, 9 for dangerous driving, and 105 impaired-related offences.
There were 87 reports of impaired drivers, 91 calls for break-and-enter, 236 theft-related calls, and 519 calls for mischief.
Under calls for non-offences, there were 226 false alarms, 305 for assistance, 108 breach of peace, 165 calls for mental health, and 19 non-suspicious deaths.
146 calls were made for bail violations, 40 for breach of probation, 30 failure to comply/to appear, and 160 for disturbing the peace.
The full breakdown from the previous is below.
|Divisional Operational Communications Centre(does not include calls for service by the public directly to local RCMP detachments)|
|Calls for service total May 16-22||6,658|
|Highest volume of calls for service was on May 21, 2022||1,316|
|Reports of Impaired Drivers (RID calls)||87|
|Homicides year to date (January, 2022 to last day encompassed in this report)**A suspicious death reported to Saskatchewan RCMP on April 15 is now being investigated by Saskatoon Police Service and has therefore been removed from the Saskatchewan RCMP’s year-to-date statistics.||7|
|Sexual crime – other (invitation to sexual touching, sexual interference)||11|
|Assault with weapon or causing bodily harm||61|
|Firearms (use of in the commission of an offence, discharge with intent, pointing a firearm)||8|
|Other persons offences (domestic or family dispute, criminal negligence causing bodily harm, extortion with firearm, mischief – danger to life, etc.)||35|
|Break and Enter Total||91|
|Number of break and enters to a business||13|
|Number of break and enters to a residence||52|
|Number of other break and enters (encompasses sheds, storage containers, unattached garages, etc.)||26|
|Other theft over $5,000||33|
|Theft $5,000 or under||173|
|Number of theft of motor vehicle||30|
|Number of mischief – damage to property||143|
|Number of mischief – obstruct enjoyment of property (example: unwanted, intoxicated person at a residence)||376|
|Breach of probation||40|
|Failure to appear/comply||30|
|Disturbing the peace||160|
|Reports of intimate partner and family violence
|Intimate partner violence||339|
|Intimate partner violence||332|
|Intimate partner violence||389|
|Total intimate partner violence January- March, 2022||1060|
|Total family violence January- March, 2022||1067|
|Number of roadside suspensions||8|
|Dangerous operation of a motor vehicle||17|
|Speeding (this does not include automated speed enforcement fines issued)||1611|
| Warnings issued (education-focused
interaction between police and public)
|Fatal collisions (number of incidents, not victims)||1|
|Non-offence Codes (generally, instances where Criminal Codes or Provincial/Federal Statutes aren’t broken – for example abandoned vehicles, animal calls, school visits, property or wellbeing checks, etc.)|
|Breach of peace||108|
|911 Act – other activities||227|
|Mental health act (generally, police officers responding to reports of persons thinking about suicide, or people with mental illness and requiring assistance):||165|
|Non-suspicious sudden deaths/Coroner’s Act (Every non-suspicious sudden death police officers respond to including reports of persons who died by suicide, natural, accident or undetermined. Specific breakdowns by cause of death are unavailable.)||19|