It’s that time of the year again where Regina folks come together for education, entertainment and enjoyment of the beauty of our multicultural community and heritage. Mosaic will run this weekend, and we’ll be there.
Enhancing public safety is the goal of the Regina Police Service as Mosaic, gets underway this weekend. BEAT and patrol officers will check into the pavilions as time allows, interacting with the public and making sure the patrons are behaving in a respectful manner in compliance with the law. Another goal is to make sure the roads are free of intoxicated drivers. Traffic Safety Unit officers will be out at a traffic stop on June 3rd, from 8:00 p.m. to midnight. We won’t tell you where it is, but we will encourage you to please drive safely and sober. Need a ride to the different pavilions? Get a friend/family member to be the Designated Driver, call a cab, take the bus, split a limo between friends, or bike to a few venue! You don’t want our “DD” service (the seats aren’t comfy, neither are the cuffs and cells). There are plenty of things to do at Mosaic without consuming alcohol, so if you’re the DD, enjoy the food and entertainment.
In the weeks leading up to Mosaic, members of the Cultural and Community Diversity Unit of the Regina Police Service met with organizers of Mosaic and its various pavilions. This positive relationship is the basis for the Police Service’s presence at Mosaic. The Regina Police Service encourages all who attend Mosaic to be respectful of others; make good choices for their own, and others’, safety and to enjoy this family-oriented celebration of the rich diversity of our city.