Combined Traffic Services Saskatchewan (CTSS) is, as the name suggests, a combined traffic enforcement unit with a Provincial mandate. It is composed of Members of the RCMP and various Municipal Police Services. This includes Estevan Police, Moose Jaw Police, Prince Albert Police, Regina Police, Saskatoon Police & Weyburn Police. Municipal Members have legislative authority Province-wide.
This initiative came about as a result of the All-Party Traffic Safety Report presented to the Saskatchewan Legislature. Funding for this initiative consists of a reallocation of resources from existing police positions being supplied by the Ministry of Justice and new positions created through funding from SGI. The Weyburn Police Service is assigned with 2 Members to the Unit. Weyburn Police is confident that this coordinated enforcement team will have a significant positive impact on reducing crashes within the southeast area.
In late 2018, the Province of Saskatchewan approved a Combined Traffic Services decal to be used province wide on police vehicles (seen below). This decal was designed by Cst. Kalin Wiebe of the Weyburn Police Combined Traffic Services Unit.
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