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Have a safe & happy Halloween

Whether you are getting ready for your classroom celebrations, or a night of Trick or Treating on the street, we hope you have a fantastically fun, but above all SAFE Halloween!

Back to school road safety

Ready for a new school year? Let's make this one of the safest and most successful school years yet. Parents, motorists and students: We all have a role to play in road safety.

School presentations

Safety with Social Media and Online Gaming for Parents

On October 6th, 2022, Cst. Orlando Buduhan of the School Engagement section provided parents and caregivers with a virtual presentation on Online Safety.

The Online Safety presentation was initially designed for students. But modifications were made to address the many concerns parents and caregivers should have concerning children accessing the internet.

The school engagment team partners with school ascross Winnipeg to share crime prevention and safety awareness preentations specifically for young people.

Presentations are offered on a number of topics, including:

  • Safety
  • Online safety
  • WPS (Career & overview)
  • Gang awareness
  • Drug awareness
  • Bullying
  • Young Drivers/Youth & LawOther

Use the following link to request a presentation for your classroom. All presentations are free of charge, most are one hour in duration. Upon receiving your request a WPS represented will be in contact to make arrangements.

School safety patrol information

Looking for more information on the school safety patrol program? Visit the CAA School Safety Patrol website.

2021-2022 School patrol awards

The Winnipeg Police Service is honoured to announce the school safety patrol award recipients for the 2021-22 school year. Every year the patrols are judged on their ability, professionalism and technique while on patrol by the School Education Section of the Winnipeg Police Service.

Divisional Winners

School division 1st place 2nd place 3rd place
DSFM École Lacerte École Christine-Lespérance  École Taché
Pembina Trails Pacific Junction School Bairdmore School Beaumont School
River East-Transcona Joseph Teres School John de Graff School Sherwood School
Seven Oaks James Nisbet Community School École Constable Edward Finney School Governor Semple School
Louis-Riel École Van Belleghem Windsor School Glenwood School
St.James-Assiniboia Sansome School Stevenson-Britannia School Athlone School
WPG S.D. - Central Sargent Park School École Laura Secord School Clifton School
WPG S.D. - Inner Victoria-Albert School Wellington School Mulvey School
WPG S.D. - North École Waterford Springs School Inkster School Garden Grove School
WPG S.D. – South Montrose School Brock Corydon School Lord Roberts School
Private St. Joseph the Worker School St. Charles Catholic School St. Ignatius School

City Wide Placings

1st place 2nd place 3rd place 4th place
City wide placing Victoria-Albert School James Nesbit Community School Pacific Junction School Joseph Teres School

Most improved school: Sansome School

Louise Staples Award: Houston Monkman

Louise Staples, a teacher at Greenway School, was instrumental in starting up the patrol program in Winnipeg.  Every year the most efficient Patrol Captain receives an award in honour of Louise Staples.

The Winnipeg Police Service is pleased to announce that the recipient of the 2020 Louise Staples Award is Houston Monkman from Elwick Community School.

Congratulations to all on another successful year!

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