Shaunavon RCMP

Shaunavon RCMP Contact Information

Non-Emergency: 306-297-5550

Address: 690 Centre Street, Shaunavon
Office Hours: Mon-Fri 8am-4pm

When to Call 9-1-1 Don’t let non-emergencies compete with real ones. Know the difference between when to call 9-1-1 and when to report your situation to the non-emergency line. 9-1-1 is for police, fire, or medical emergencies when immediate action is required.

Call non-emergency (306-297-5550) to report a crime with no suspect (ie: theft)

RCMP Opportunities

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Are you thinking of a career in policing? RCMP IS HIRING - click here for qualifications and steps to apply

YOUTH DEPOT CAMP - The Depot Youth Camp is a week-long summer camp for students in Grades 11 and 12 (ages 16-19). Students selected for the RCMP Youth Camp form a co-ed group that is reflective of a typical RCMP cadet troop. By the end of the week-long camp, the group will develop a good understanding of the career possibilities offered by the RCMP. This is a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to experience Depot prior to submitting an RCMP application. Click here for full information

ARE YOU INTERESTED? For more information and how you can apply, please contact: “F” Division RCMP ProActive Recruiting at

SaskCrime Watch / Everbridge - The ‘Saskatchewan Crime Watch Advisory Network’ provides the Shaunavon RCMP with the ability to communicate directly with the public on matters of crime prevention. Local RCMP Detachments will send out Crime Watch Advisories when a crime has been committed and the RCMP are asking the public for assistance. Advisories are intended to provide credible, timely information to the public of criminal activity in their area.

Lock it Or Lose It - The Town of Shaunavon & Shaunavon RCMP are reminding residents that you can help protect your personal belongings by locking your house, garage and vehicle.

Online Crime Reporting (OCR) Tool - The Shaunavon RCMP offers a new online crime reporting tool for the reporting of non urgent crime matters. If a crime is in-progress or the matter is an emergency, citizens are still requested to call 911 to receive the appropriate Police response.

Online Stolen Property Database - Shaunavon RCMP is making people aware of a free online tool to check for stolen items. People can enter this link in their browser to access the Government of Canada website. Searches you can conduct are Vehicle VINs, Property S/Ns, Boat HINs, Boat Motor S/Ns, Bicycle S/Ns and Firearm S/Ns.

If you notice that you have been a victim of theft, please report it immediately to the Shaunavon RCMP.