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Reporting of incidents helps police investigations, says RCMP

Warman-Martensville RCMP Sergeant Vaugh Allock (standing at right) explains a point during the question and answer period at a public meeting in Martensville on Wednesday, April 11, while (left to right) Constable Jay Slack, Sergeant Chris Cisecki and Staff Sergeant Rob Eyre look on

A more visible police presence has led to a reduction in petty crime and vandalism in the City of Martensville, according to RCMP Sergeant Chris Cisecki. Continue reading “Reporting of incidents helps police investigations, says RCMP”

Community engagement key to crime reduction, says RCMP

Warman Neighbourhood Watch co-coordinators Mark Stiglitz (left to right) and Marshall Seed accept a plaque of appreciation from Warman RCMP detachment Staff Sergeant Rob Eyre during a public meeting April 4 in Warman

Community safety and crime reduction are top priorities for RCMP across the province, according to Warman RCMP Detachment Staff Sergeant Rob Eyre. Continue reading “Community engagement key to crime reduction, says RCMP”

Collision at Klassen and 6th nets minor injuries

Warman Emergency Rescue personnel responded to a multi-vehicle collision at the intersection of Klassen Street East and 6th Avenue in Warman at about 10:10 a.m. on Thursday. Chief Rob Eyre of the Warman RCMP detachment said the driver of an SUV on Klassen Street proceeded from a stop sign before it was safe to do so, and collided with the other vehicle traveling north on 6th Ave.

Two adults and a child were involved in the collision. Minor injuries resulted and one person was treated at the scene in an ambulance. A firefighter was seen giving a white teddy bear to a little boy. Firefighters directed traffic at the busy intersection.