Have you ever wondered about what goes on inside the doors of the Moose Jaw Police Service (MJPS)?
Now's your chance to find out, as MJPS is hosting an open house Thursday night (June 8) at the Moose Jaw Public Library.
The event will get underway at 7 p.m. in the South Room (located upstairs).
Staff Sgt. Taylor Elder says, due to COVID, it's been a few years since they've held this type of event.
"We like to keep the public informed of what goes on inside our building," he explained. "Basically, it's just an open house so that people can show up and see what units we have in the Moose Jaw Police Service. There's a lot more that goes into policing than just what people see, a police car driving down the road. It's just a good chance for people to get familiar with our people and to see what different units and what services we have to offer."
Elder notes the setup will be similar to the recent Citizens' Police Academy.
Topics covered will include:
Police and Crisis Teams
Internet Child Exploitation (ICE)
Victim Services and Accredited Facility Dog SVEN
Priorities and Initiatives
Crime Stats and relevant data
"Now's the time, if you have a question about something, come and ask that question," concluded Elder. "That's what we're here for."