2016 Special Olympics Big Bike RideChief Bourassa speaking at National Aboriginal Day June 2015FRIENDLY FLOOR HOCKEY GAME WITH MEMBERS OF THE MOOSE JAW SPECIAL OLYMPICS2016 Special Olympics Floor Hockey Game!

Congrats to recently promoted Sergeant Trisha Seman.  Torch Run for Special Olympics Cst Giraudier

The Moose Jaw Police Service is NOW ACCEPTING applications for the position of Constable. Application deadline is Nov 30, 2016

Upcoming Events


Community Police Academy Media Release

The Moose Jaw Police Service would like to announce that they will be hosting a Community Police Academy.   The next Class begins October 19th, 2016 and runs for six weeks. Classes are on Wednesday nights from 7:00 to 9:30 p.m. The program includes a ride-along component.

Any citizen of Moose Jaw aged 18 or older interested in experiencing the many aspects of Policing are encouraged to apply.  Applicants must have no criminal record/charges before the courts.

Applications are available on our website, or may be picked up between 8:00 a.m. and 4:00 p.m. at the Main Floor of the Moose Jaw Police Service, 21 Fairford St. W.

Space is limited and applications will be accepted on a first come, first served basis.  Applications must be dropped off in person at the Moose Jaw Police Service - applicants must bring 2 pieces of standard Identification, one which includes a photo.

For more information contact:

Cpl. Kevin Pilsworth 
Moose Jaw Police Service, main floor
KPilsworth@mjpolice.ca   or   (306)631-9121

Media Release

On September 27, 2016 at approximately 1545 hours, Moose Jaw Police, Fire and EMS attended to a single-vehicle accident in the middle of the 9th Avenue Bridge.

 A southbound motorcycle had lost control. The driver sustained minor injuries.  Damage is estimated at $6000.

 Traffic on the bridge was disrupted for a short time.


On September 27, 2016 at approximately 1930 hours, missing Paige BANILEVIC was located in good health. Moose Jaw Police Service would like to thank the citizens of Moose Jaw for all the help they provided through social media and phone calls with information on Paige’s whereabouts.


On September 26, 2016 a 12 year old female was reported missing from her residence in Moose Jaw.

Paige BANILEVIC, 12 years old, was last seen at midnight and is believed to have left her South Hill residence on her own in the early morning hours of Sept. 26, 2016. BANILEVIC is described as 5’3”, 140 lbs, with dirty blonde hair, possibly wearing grey pajamas with a red sweat shirt and black boots.

Moose Jaw Police Service is seeking the public’s assistance in locating Paige.  If you know Paige’s location or have any information regarding her whereabouts you are asked to call the Moose Jaw Police Service at 306-694-7604.

The following photo is supplied by her family with permission to be utilized by police and media.


On 2016 September 20 Moose Jaw Police Service arrested 31 year old Kody Enman and have charged him with Robbery and Breach of court order in relation to this robbery.

Enman was also charged with Robbery and Breach of court order in relation to a robbery which occurred to Westmount Big Way Foods which occurred on 2016 September 17. Enman has appeared in court and is remanded in custody until his next court appearance on Monday, 2016 September 26.


 On 2016 September 8 at approximately 12:34 am, a lone male entered Mac’s Convenience Store located at 526 9th Avenue South West, produced a knife and demanded money. The male left with a small amount of money and some merchandise.

 Police along with the K9 unit immediately attended the area and searched for the male without success.

 Follow up investigation is being done by the detective unit.

 No one was hurt during the incident.

Published Oct 21, 2016

Moose Jaw Police Service

2016 October 20 to 2016 October 21

0700 hours to 0700 hours

Total calls – 43


1039hrs – 800 block Lillooet St W – Well-being check – Police attended, subject is doing fine.


1233hrs – 1400 block Smith St – Assault – Still under investigation.


1256hrs – 9th Ave NW at High St W – 2 Vehicle collision – Approximately $12,000 damage. Ticket issued for drive with undue care.


1301hrs – 800 block Willow Ave – Threats – Under investigation.


1419hrs – 100 block Ominica St W – Assault – Victim taken to hospital, but did not want charges. Accused warned.


1345hrs – 800 block Coteau St W – Landlord/tenant dispute – Advised to contact the rentals man.


1537hrs – 300 block 9th Ave SW – 3 Vehicle collision – 1 Minor injury. Damage estimated at $20,000. 2 Charges for drive without due care and attention and drive unregistered vehicle.


1749hrs – 0 block Thatcher Dr E – Theft of purse – Under investigation to obtain video.


1803hrs – 0 block Wood Lily Dr – Nuisance calls – Subject was warned and advised to stop calling.


1856hrs – 200 block Hochelaga St W – Fraud – Under investigation.


1959hrs – 1000 block 3rd Ave NW – Disturbance – Youth causing disturbance had left prior to Police arrival. Complainant did not require any further assistance.


2002hrs – Main St N at Diefenbaker Dr – 2 Vehicle collision – 1 Minor injury, approximately $15,000 damage and 2 vehicles towed. One driver charged with disobey stop sign.


2013hrs – Thatcher Dr E at 9th Ave NE – 2 Vehicle collision – 3 People checked out by EMS for possible injuries. Approximately $15,000 damage and 2 vehicles towed. One driver charged for disobey stop sign.


2042hrs – 15th Ave SW at Smith St – Mischief – 2 Youths were warned and parents spoken to regarding them wearing clown masks and scaring young kids.


0125hrs – 400 block Lillooet St W – Intoxicated person – Detained in cells until sober.


0255hrs – 1200 block 1st Ave NW – Intoxicated person – Left in care of sober friends.




 911 Calls – 7

Parking Bylaw – 1

Breach of Court Orders – 3

Warrant Executed – 2

Alarm Calls – 1