Crime Prevention

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Eyes that Care Program

Focus of this initiative is to help reduce preventable property crimes through public education and supplying additional lighting. The theory is that installing lights in areas that are otherwise shaded or have obscured sight lines will make those areas less likely targets for crime. Committing to watch for crimes at your own property and your neighbors’ properties makes incidents more likely to be reported to the RCMP.

The City encourages residents to: 

  • ·         Sign up for the Eyes That Care Program
  • ·         Meet neighbours and share contact information
  • ·         Watch for any suspicious activity
  • ·         Report any suspicious activity to the RCMP
  • ·         Remove all valuables from vehicles
  • ·         Lock up personal property
  • ·         Ensure that vehicles are locked and the keys are on the person, not inside the vehicle.

In exchange for residents committing to this project, the City provides a solar motion sensor light.

!! This initiative is only available to people that live within the City of Meadow Lake, and only one light will be provided per property !!

There are 2 ways to apply:

1.       - Download the Eyes that Care Registration form from the City website and bring it into City Hall

Eyes That Care Application Form

2.       - Scan and email the downloaded form to the Protective Services Clerk

 Only available while supplies last. 

Meadow Lake Citizens on Patrol
Security Camera Registry
 The Meadow Lake Citizens on Patrol Program (COPP) is developing a security camera registry open to everyone in the Meadow Lake area. The security camera registry is an investigative tool created to assist police with investigations when they occur in your neighborhood. You can help protect your community by registering your security camera(s) with the Meadow Lake Citizens on Patrol. When you have your security cameras registered, the information will be shared with the RCMP and Community Safety Officers. They may contact you to view your security footage only if an incident has occurred in your area.

The security camera registry is voluntary and easy to complete. The information you provide to the RCMP and Community Safety Officers will remain confidential.

If you wish to register your security camera(s) with the Meadow Lake Citizens on Patrol, please complete this form and turn it into Meadow Lake City Hall at 120 1st St. East


Meadow Lake Citizens on Patrol Security Camera FORM




What is graffiti?             Graffiti means any drawing, inscription, writing, or other mark that disfigures or defaces any building, accessory   building, fence or other structure, however made, or otherwise affixed.

How to prevent Graffiti?         The most effective way to prevent Graffiti is to remove it promptly.

                                              Studies show that removal within 24 to 48 hours results in a nearly zero rate of reoccurrence.


         The 2019 Anti-Graffiti Paint Program encourages citizens to help reduce graffiti vandalism by

                                    REPORTING IT, RECORDING IT and/or REMOVING IT.


Homeowners, business owners and private owned facilities can apply to the City of Meadow Lake to receive one FREE Paint Kit (one gallon of paint, plastic gloves, one tray and one brush/roller) allowing the individual to paint over the graffiti located on exterior surfaces of their private property. 

Please note:  Painting over graffiti can only be undertaken on your own personal property.  Residents are not permitted to paint over graffiti on a neighboring property, public bench or community facilities.  Proof of the address of the applicant will be required, for example a tax notice, when applying for the program.  If you are a renter of the home, you may apply for the Paint Kit but you are responsible as the applicant for obtaining permission from the property owner to undertake the work. 

To apply for your one (1) FREE Paint Kit, please visit the City of Meadow Lake Bylaw Department to fill out the Anti-Graffiti Paint Program application form.

Program is available for as long as weather permits.  Application received when temperatures are less than 0 degrees Celsius will not be considered.

Home owners and/or businesses are eligible for only 1 Paint Kit per application and /or incident as part of the 2019 Anti-Graffiti Paint Program. 

NOTE:  The 2019 Anti-Graffiti Paint Program does not include costs to sandblast or remove graffiti in alternative manners and the Anti-Graffiti Paint Program is not retroactive.  Each applicant will have a maximum of 30 days to complete their work, after which time, a follow-up inspection will be done by the Bylaw Department to ensure work was done to City’s standards.


 Anti-Graffiti Paint Program Application Form


‘Saskatchewan Crime Watch Advisory Network’

When a RCMP detachment becomes aware of an incident or crime, they can issue an advisory via the system, and anyone who has signed up for the program will become aware of what happened within minutes!  The system will send the advisory to your smartphone or landline, via text message, email, or text to voice (depending on your own preference).

Visit www.saskcrimewatch.cato sign up!

The concept of the program is simple: sign up to receive advisories from your local RCMP and assist us by serving as the ‘eyes and ears’ of your community.

We encourage anyone and EVERYONE to join the network – residents, corporations and organizations could all benefit from receiving these advisories. You do not need to be part of an existing crime prevention group to sign up.  EVERYONE should sign up for this system, including those people who are already part of a group.