• Preparations in talks for Regina’s 80th annual D-Day commemorations next year
    Lt.-Col. Kyle Clapperton spoke at an event where a regimental flag was raised to commemorate D-Day and discussions of preparations for next year's 80th anniversary was announced.
    Jun 6
  • Regina sees rise in crime rates, says new police report
    Regina police report that within the last year, there have been 990 crimes against people and crimes against property have seen an increase of 12.4 per cent, with 3,500 incidents.
    May 31
  • Teddy Bears Anonymous celebrates 15-year milestone
    Teddy Bears Anonymous celebrates 15 years with a community event where teddy bears and cake were handed out and organizers sold hot dogs to raise money for the cause.
    Jun 4
  • 13-year-old girl charged after threats uttered toward Regina school
    A Regina school was placed into 'Secure the Building' mode Friday morning following an incident where a 13-year-old girl was arrested and charged.
    May 26
  • Construction worker dead after incident at Regina International Airport
    Officials the Regina International Airport said a 'serious accident' happened at around 11:30 p.m. Friday related to the 13-31 runway overlay project.
    May 27
  • Regina Police Service receives approval from city council for its 2022 budget
    Regina city council has given the green light for the 2022 Regina Police Service budget after council voted 7-4 in favour of the proposal.
    Dec 15, 2021
  • Regina Police Service place time capsule in the walls of new HQ
    RPS is taking advantage of construction of the new headquarters by placing the time capsule in a case behind a wall.
    Jun 13, 2022
  • Regina Police Service introduces Community Crime Map
    Regina police announced the release of a new community crime map allowing Regina residents to get a visual perspective of the crime happening in the city and to take precautions.
    Oct 25, 2022
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  • Regina Police Service appoints its first-ever woman deputy chief
    Long-serving RPS member Lorilee Davies has been promoted to deputy chief and becomes the first woman in Regina to hold the role in the service’s 130-year history.
    Feb 14, 2022
  • Regina police Aerial Support Unit officially set for takeoff
    The Regina Police Service has officially launched its Aerial Support Unit (ASU) to patrol the city from the sky. The pilots are trained RPS members with commercial pilot licenses.
    Mar 30
  • Regina police constable charged with 6 driving offences
    The Regina Police Service alleges a constable operated a police vehicle on at least six occasions this past summer despite having a suspended license.
    Feb 10, 2022
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  • Elizabeth Popowich looks back at her 25-year career with Regina Police Service
    For over 25 years, Elizabeth Popowich has been at the centre of hundreds of cases for the Regina Police Service.
    Feb 5
  • Representation lacking within Regina Police Service, despite more workers: report
    The Regina Police Service presented its 2019 equity report to the Board of Police commissioners on Sept 29. RPS failed to meet equity targets developed by the Saskatchewan Human Rights Commission.
    Sep 30, 2020
  • Luka the Dog of Regina Police Service dies; handler reflects on his legacy
    Luka, a German shepherd who was Regina Police Service's first explosive detection dog, has died, leaving holes in the hearts of those he touched, most notably his handler.
    Jan 30
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  • RPS explosives disposal unit recovers suspicious object
    The Regina Police Service explosives disposal unit cleared an area following a report of a suspicious package in the 2100 Block of Osler Street which occurred mid-day Tuesday.
    Mar 14
  • Sask. RCMP warn about ‘escort’ service text message extortion scam
    The Saskatchewan RCMP are joining the Regina Police Service in warning the public about a new scam involving a text message, a payment demand and threats against loved ones.
    Aug 18, 2022
  • Regina constable charged following alleged assault, fellow officer filed complaint
    A 16-year member of the Regina Police Service has been charged following an alleged assault that took place on North Railway Street on April 21.
    Jul 13, 2020
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  • Regina’s police Chief Evan Bray hangs up his hat
    Bray has been with the Regina Police Service for 28 years, and has been the police chief for seven of those years.
    Mar 29
  • Regina man charged after three women tied up and robbed
    Regina Police said around 8:30 p.m. Wednesday officers were called to a home on King Street for a report that three women had been tied up, held at gunpoint and robbed.
    Oct 29, 2021
  • Regina man faces charge in connection with forged criminal record check
    In December, a local non-profit organization contacted Regina police about a criminal record check letter that appeared to have been made to look like it was issued by the RPS.
    Jan 19, 2022
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  • Chief Evan Bray talks about how Regina police responded to different issues in 2022
    Global News in conversation with Regina Police Service Chief Evan Bray, reviewing the year's with multiple events, tragedies and social issues. 
    Dec 24, 2022
  • Two Regina men charged in catalytic converter theft
    Regina Police Service have charged two men in connection with a recent attempted theft of a catalytic converter. 
    Mar 8, 2022