On Sunday, July 4, Corman Park Police Service (CPPS) joined the Martensville RCMP to conduct a high visibility check stop on Highway 12 just south of Martensville. Over a thousand vehicles passed through the check stop and all drivers were found to be sober. Members of both police services would like to thank the public for enjoying the long weekend responsibly.

While this fantastic weather draws many people to the local beaches along the river, the CPPS encourages beach goers to enjoy their activities safely while at the beach. Consumption of alcohol in these parks is unlawful but if you choose to drink, plan a safe ride home.

On Sunday afternoon, June 27, a CPPS checkstop with the RCMP and Saskatoon police focused on motorists entering and leaving the Chief Whitecap dog park. The checkstop resulted in one impaired/over 80 charge, a 72-hour suspension for alcohol and one 72-hour suspension for cannabis as well as an open liquor ticket.

Corman Park Police will be out at Paradise Beach, Fred Heal Canoe Launch and Chief Whitecap dog park all summer checking for impaired drivers so don’t risk losing your licence and vehicle or the tragedy of ending someone’s life.