Safe Places – Youth Certified

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Safe Places – Youth Certified is a City of Swift Current initiative that began in 2016. Designed to support quality programming while reducing potential risks to children and youth specifically related to Bullying, Abuse, Harassment and Discrimination, Safe Places ensures that anyone who comes into contact with youth is vetted and has a baseline standard of education. By following a simple process, individuals have the opportunity to become Safe Places – Youth Certified.

We have over 2,300 people Youth Certified in our community.

Please visit our new website at SafePlacesSK.ca to learn more!


IMPORTANT ANNOUNCEMENT –AUGUST 17, 2020

Individuals and organizations looking to become Safe Places – Youth Certified or to re-certify can now continue to do so, as RCMP are now processing record checks for individuals and Safe Places applications at the detachment. 

You must call the RCMP detachment upon arrival to enter the building. Please ensure you have all of your relevant paperwork with you when you arrive. The number to call is 306.778.4870. 

If you require information on the paperwork required to complete the Safe Places process or would like free access to the online Respect Group training portion of Safe Places, please contact us directly by calling  306.778.1677 or by emailing safeplaces@swiftcurrent.ca.

Information on how to take your Respect Group training is available on our website at www.SafePlacesSK.ca.