Open to current civilian members or retired civilian members in Saskatchewan’s law enforcement community, as defined below.
And open to any person who is invested in law enforcement; who’s training, experience, or other professional attainments in law enforcement is considered in alignment with SWIP’s vision and mission.
An individual who is employed by a law enforcement agency, who is not a sworn peace officer; or an individual who is employed by the Royal Canadian Mounted Police as a Civilian Sworn Member, Public Service Employee or Municipal Service Employee.
Retired Civilian Member:
An individual who retired as a civilian member, in good standing, from a law enforcement agency; or an individual who retired as a Civilian Sworn Member, Public Service Employee or Municipal Employee, in good standing, from the Royal Canadian Mounted Police.
Out of Province: Sworn or Civilian Members
Designated Law Enforcement Agency:
Any of the following: Canada Border Services Agency, Community Safety Officers, Indigenous Police Agency, Military Police, Municipal Police Agency, Provincial Sheriff Agency, Provincial Conservation Agency, Railway Police Agency, Regional Police Agency, Royal Canadian Mounted Police, Provincial Highway Patrol, Provincial Emergency Communication Centre (and similar dispatch centres) or any agency as approved by the Board.
**Proof of employment required to finalize Associate Membership**
Associate Membership Benefits:
- Attend AGM
- Opportunity to run for the “Civilian Board Member” position. Although association members are considered “non-voting members” under our bylaws, this member acts as the voice for the associate members and is considered a “voting member” under the bylaws.
- Access to member only opportunities
- Access to conferences, training, webinars