On April 30th Search and Rescue Saskatchewan Association of Volunteers signed a Memorandum Of Understanding with Municipal Police Services during the Saskatchewan Association of Chiefs of Police – Spring Meeting.
This was an exciting and historic day for Municipal Police and SARSAV!!
SARSAV has worked closely with our Police agencies for over 23 years and we will continue to provide a resource of Professional SAR Volunteers to all of our Agencies Having Jurisdiction.
We are thankful for the work that our Police Services do in all missing person’s cases and are glad to sign a MOU that defines roles and responsibilities and is an agreement on how our agencies work together.
#SARpartners #MOU #WorkingTogether #SARSAV #FortheLostandMissing
Photo Credit: Greg Nikkel, Editor – Weyburn Review
Left to Right:
1. Chief Ken Aube, Investigations and Enforcement, Ministry of Environment
2. Ian McNeil, SARSAV Vice President/Member of La Loche SAR
3. Chief Jonathan Bergen, Prince Albert Police Service
4.Deputy Chief Murray Cowan, Estevan Police Service
5. Ané Roodt, SARSAV Treasurer/Member of Parkland SAR
6. Bobbi-Jean Buchanan, President of SARSAV
7. Chief Marlo Pritchard, Weyburn Police Service
8. Chief Richard Bourassa, Moose Jaw Police Service
9. Chief Jason Mochoruk, Luseland Police Service
10. Chief Warren Gherasim, Corman Park Police Service
11. Chief Evan Bray, Regina Police Service
Signer’s absent from photo:
Dalmeny Police Service
Wilton Police Service
File Hills Police Service