A co-ordinated effort to increase police visibility in Prince Albert led to 29 tickets being issued on Thursday.
The proactive enforcement project aimed at reducing crime through greater visibility and intervention, combining resources from bylaw enforcement, patrol, traffic and the Criminal Investigation Division.
The 29 tickets police issued covered a range of offences relating to traffic, liquor and bylaw violations. Police also made 14 arrests, most of which involved public intoxication or outstanding arrest warrants.
Police charged a 38-year-old man with trafficking a controlled substance to a 34-year-old woman in the downtown area. The woman has been charged with possession of a controlled substance.
A great deal of attention was focused on liquor outlets, with police making three arrests near such establishments. The arrests included charges of causing a disturbance by fighting and breach of court orders.