Community Safety Officers (CSOs)
RM of Edenwold Community Safety Officers enforce RM bylaws and statues from 10 provincial acts, including: The Traffic Safety Act and The Highways and Transportation Act. The RM hired CSOs to address ratepayers concerns, including road use by overweight vehicles (protecting costly RM infrastructure), speeding, rural crime issues and public safety. Complaints about bylaw infractions must be made to our office in writing to email@example.com. Please include your name, contact information and as much detail (time of day, situation, description and/or images) as you can.
Community Safety Officer contact number: 306-771-1501
Community Safety Officers/Special Constables:
Rod Ash and Ron Roteliuk
RM of Edenwold bylaw court
To enforce bylaws and complete the justice path initiated through the CSOs, RM of Edenwold bylaw court is held the second Friday of each month in courtroom eleven at 1818 Smith Street in Regina.
The court hears not only RM of Edenwold bylaw matters, but also matters involving provincial legislation. The RM’s Community Safety Officers work to enforce RM bylaws and specified sections of:
The Traffic Safety Act
The Alcohol and Gaming Regulation Act, 1997
The Highways and Transportation Act, 1997
The Environmental Management and Protection Act, 2010
The All-Terrain Vehicles Act
The Snowmobile Act
The Municipalities Act
The Trespass to Properties Act
The Mental Health Services Act
The Dangerous Goods Transportation Act.
The first court date was held December 14, 2018. Since that date, the RM has been approached by several other towns, resort villages and rural municipalities to also have their matters included on the RM court docket to have their matters heard and enforced. Fine revenues are shared between the province and the municpalities where tickets are issued.
White Butte Detachment, 58 Great Plains Road, Emerald Park, SK S4L 1C3
Non-emergency contact number: 306-781-5050
Get crime alerts via your choice of text, calls or emails for the White Butte RCMP Detachment area through the Saskatchewan Crime Watch Advisory Network. It takes about 10 minutes to sign up - and it is credible, accurate and timely information. www.saskcrimewatch.ca
Rural Crime Watch 158
The Rural Crime Watch 158 extends an invitation to all residents of the RM of Edenwold to join the Rural Crime Watch Group. Connect with them through email (firstname.lastname@example.org) or on their Facebook page. Invitation & Membership Form and a link to information: Keeping your community safe: A guide to being a vigilant citizen