The South East Regional Community Mobilization (HUB)

The Weyburn Police Service is pleased to be a participant in the South East Community Mobilization, commonly referred to as HUB. The South East Regional Community Mobilization was initiated in 2013 and adopts the Saskatchewan Building Partnerships to Reduce Crime strategy to help individuals at elevated risk. The South East Community Mobilization is the first regional approach currently covering the areas between Weyburn and Estevan, and eventually will include the Carlyle area.

The HUB process brings the partnering service providing agencies together to supply an immediate and coordinated intervention to those individuals who are suffering from acutely elevated levels of risk, identified through the lens of risk factors of all service providers. The agencies that currently sitting at the South East Community Hub table are; Weyburn Police Service, Estevan Police Service, RCMP, Sun Country Health Region, Ministry of Social Services, Ministry of Corrections and Policing, Southeast Cornerstone Public School Division, and Holy Family Roman Catholic Separate School Division.

If you know of someone who is at risk and feel they could benefit from intervention, contact our partner agencies or Weyburn Police Service.

For further information on the HUB and CORE models of harm reduction you can access the Saskatchewan Government BPRC web page at