Saskatoon Police Service Headquarters

Photo courtesy Peter Lawrence
Photo courtesy Peter Lawrence

The Saskatoon Police Service Headquarters is located at 76 25th Street East. Its doors were officially opened to serve the citizens of Saskatoon on July 16, 2014. SPS had operated out of nine satellite locations across the city for years. The former Headquarters building, located on 4th Avenue North, was constructed in 1977 and built for 300 staff members. In 2011, City Council approved plans for a new Headquarters building to house all SPS operations and over 600 sworn and civilian members. It’s estimated that the building will accommodate the Service for 50 years. In 2016, it was awarded "Silver" status in Leadership in Energy and Environment Design (LEED) certification.

The Headquarters building is fully utilized with over 50 different Police units. It includes a Detention centre, a Communications call centre, a firearms range, and secure parking below and above ground. On the main floor, the public can access the Service Centre, Criminal Record Checks, Victim Services, a Community Room and a Cultural Room built for smudging and other ceremonies. There is also a large gymnasium for recreational activities and community gatherings.

If you’re interested in touring the SPS Headquarters building, tours are offered at the Annual Police Community Barbeque in July.

Headquarters Photo Gallery