Call 9-1-1 in Saskatchewan accesses all emergency services, including EMS, Fire, and RCMP.
Leader has access to a full-service Emergency Response Team, including ambulances, EMTs, and First Responders that service this area of the Saskatchewan Health Authority.
Emergency Medical Services (EMS) are provided by professional health care workers and include initial assessment, treatment, stabilization, and transfer to appropriate care centres.
Leader Volunteer Fire Department
Fire Chief: Jarryd Elsasser
Deputy Chief: Dustin Miller
Deputy Chief: John Kobelsky
The Leader Volunteer Fire Department is a community-based service organization delivering many services to Leader and area. Services provided by the Leader Volunteer Fire Department include, but not limited to:
- Fire Suppression – residential, commercial, grass fires
- Fire Prevention
- Fire Safety Education
- Rescue Response – vehicle accident, farm accidents, etc.
The Fire Department’s fleet consists of one rescue truck and two pumper trucks. They are all equipped with the necessary equipment to respond to the many incidents in our area. The rescue truck is equipped with the Jaws of Life, which is a hydraulic rescue tool used to cut through vehicles and rip open vehicles’ doors to release stricken occupants.
The Leader Volunteer Fire Department is always looking for self motivated, loyal, hard working individuals to join their crew. If you are interested in joining the Leader Volunteer Fire Department please contact the Town Office.
Fire Prevention and Safety Tips
Educating yourself about fire prevention is the first step toward ensuring the safety of you and your loved ones. Click on any of the following links for useful information provided by Fire Prevention Canada.
- Babysitters Fire Safety Guide (pdf)
- Burns – The Need for Caution (pdf)
- Cooking Oil and Grease Fires (pdf)
- Danger Gasoline (pdf)
- Evacuating Pets & Large Animals
- Fire Prevention Activities for Kids (pdf)
- Fireproofing Your Home: Safety Measures to Take Inside and Outside
- Fire Safety for Seniors (pdf)
- Heating Your Home Safely (pdf)
- How to Clean Soot After a Fire
- How to Create a Fire Evacuation Plan
- How to Handle Fire Hazards in Your Restaurant’s Kitchen
- How to Remove Smoke Smell After a Fire
- Preventing and Extinguishing Kitchen Fires
- RV Safety Tips (pdf)
- Safety Tips for the Home (pdf)
- Smoke Alarm Disposal (pdf)
- Smoke Alarm Tips (pdf)
- Wildfire Emergency Evacuation Checklist (pdf)
- Winter Freeze Prevention (pdf)
- Winter Safety Tips (pdf)
Leader Royal Canadian Mounted Police (RCMP)
348 East Road Allowance
Leader, SK S0N 1H0
Open Monday to Friday from 8:00 am to 4:00 pm with the exception of statutory holidays. For after hours assistance the RCMP Leader Detachment can be reached at 310-RCMP.
Criminal Record Checks
Criminal record checks are processed Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday. Anyone needing a criminal record check must make an appointment with the detachment.
West Central Crisis & Family Support Centre
The Centre has been serving the West Central Saskatchewan residents since 1984. Our goal is to empower clients to take responsibility for their loves and to create workable solutions for individual family problems.
- Adult Counselling
- Child and Youth Counselling
- Children Exposed to Violence (CEV)
- Preventative Outreach Programming
- In Home Family Support
- Domestic Violence & Intimate Partner Violence and Abuse Services
- Crisis Intervention Services
- Rapid Access Counselling Clinics
- Groups Programs
- Client Advocacy
More information on programs and services provided by the West Central Crisis & Family Support Centre can be found on their website at: www.westcentralcrisis.ca