The Regina Police Service School Resource Officer Program utilizes the concept of community policing with officers acting as a resource to faculty, students, parents and community within a school environment. An officer is assigned to each Regina High School with responsibility for a number of elementary schools. Each School Resource Officer has an office within his/her high school(s) and interacts with students, teachers, school staff and parents on a daily basis. School Resource Officers provide education on safety, substance abuse, life skills and the justice system to Elementary and High School students. School Resource Officers also investigate complaints to police involving schools. In some cases mediation brings about a successful resolution to the complaint; in other cases a criminal charge may result. There are thirteen School Resource Officers assigned to Regina’s high schools and elementary schools.
Meet Your SROs
SRO Supervisor Sgt. Denise Reavley
|Cst. Graham Borne||Cst. Andrea Costanza|
|LeBoldus – 791-7250|
St. Pius X
|St. Kateri Tekakwitha|
|Miller – 791-7397|
St. Andrew (closing 2017)
|Cst. Blair Randall||Cst. Matt Rieger|
|Sheldon – 523-3554|
Ecole Harbour Landing
|F.W. Johnson – 523-3366|
Dr. George Ferguson
|Cst. Andree Sieber||Cst. Ryan Massier|
|Winston Knoll – 523-3411|
|Campbell – 523-3270|
|Dr. A.E. Perry|
|Cst. Shaun Young||Cst. John Duff|
|Balfour – 523-3212|
Ecole Wascana Plains
|O’Neill – 791-4483|
Dr. L.M. Hanna
|Cst. Klemp||Cst. Greg Krawetz|
|Martin – 523-3460|
Ruth M Buck
St. Joan of Arc
Luther – 791-9150|
|Thom Collegiate – 523-3606|
|Cst. Pascal Chagnon||Cst. Rob Haroldson|
|Riffel – 306-791-7352|
|Cochrane – 523-3320|
Campus Regina Public
|(I.S.P. #1 & #2, Quiet High,|
Concord Program, Fresh Start, Vocational Alternative Program)
|Cst. Richard Claude|
|Scott – 523-3507|
|Cpl. Chad Bourassa|
U of R Liaison
|Cpl. Melinda Lalach|
11 and Under Initiative
The Regina Police Service School Resource Officer program combines education, investigation, law enforcement, counselling, crime prevention and community relations to meet the diverse needs of the students, teachers, and staff in the school community.
The Regina Police Service School Resource Officer Program provides police officers to serve as a daily resource to faculty, students, parents and the community within the school environment. Through meetings with individual students and group presentations, the officers provide information and education on topics relating to safety, crime prevention, the law and the justice system to Elementary and High School students. School Resource Officers assist individual students with law related matters. In some circumstances, they investigate complaints to the police involving schools and student. As much as possible, they try to find alternatives to arresting offenders.
School Resource Officer Key Roles & Responsibilities
- Serve as a positive role model to instill in students good moral standards, good judgement and discretion, respect for others, and sincere concern for the school community.
- Establish a trusting channel of communication with the students, parents, and school staff.
- Reduce youth crime through counsel and teaching about the criminal justice system, and taking a personal interest in the students
- Function as a resource in legal/social related issues in cooperation with school officials
- Interprets the law and assists in answering questions or concerns pertaining to law and police matters.
- Coordinates and monitors established school safety programs and activities
- Prepares and conducts classroom and large group presentations
School Resource Officer Program Goals
- To develop positive attitudes toward police officers and to develop positive relationships between youth and the police
- To provide administrators, counsellors and teachers with a resource in the areas of law and police work in the community
- To provide information to students on the law, the work of the police, and legal consequences.
- To provide individual counselling and assistance to students relative to the law.
- To gather information on youth activities in schools and the community.
- To reduce crime on school property and in the community, now and in the future.
- To help to create a safe school environment.