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1910-1920 - Provincial Police
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R-A7535-1
Item Date
1926


Officers from the Moose Jaw detachment of the Saskatchewan Provincial Police.


World War I placed additional duties on the Royal North-West Mounted Police and in 1917 they turned over day-to-day policing duties to the Saskatchewan Provincial Police (SPP). Between 1917 and 1928 the SPP were the police presence in most Saskatchewan communities. Faced with rising costs the provincial government disbanded the force in 1928 and returned policing duties to the RCMP.

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R-A7535-1
Media Type:
photograph
Keywords:
Moose Jaw; Provincial Police


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Image Preview R-A7535-1 Photograph 01 - Officers from the Moose Jaw detachment of the Saskatchewan Provincial Police.
Image Preview R-A7537 Photograph 02 - The Robsart Provincial Police station.
Image Preview R-A6109-1 Photograph 03 - "Most Saskatchewan towns would have a Provincial Police station, such as this one along the main street of Hudson Bay."
Image Preview R-A6112-1 Photograph 04 - The Provincial Police station at Ogema.
Image Preview R-A4165 Photograph 05 - At Nipawin the Provincial Police used a patrol boat along the Saskatchewan River.
Image Preview R-B3096 Photograph 06 - The Provincial Police headquarters in Regina.
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