Constable Gradyn Childerhose and Constable Sarah Kristy are two of the newest members of the MJPS.

Both have successfully completed their 20-week training program at the Saskatchewan Police College, and have been trained by an experienced field training officer for an additional 20 weeks.

In a Facebook post, the Moose Jaw Police Service says that the past 40 weeks for both Constables have been physically and mentally demanding.

New member of MJPS excited about life in Moose Jaw

When Sarah Kristy was sworn into the Moose Jaw Police Service on July 16, 2021, she thought of the moment she would officially be on the force. 

Kristy graduated from police college on D...


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