WPS After Hours Podcast

After Hours Podcast

Welcome to WPS After Hours Podcast, a presentation of the Public Information Office. We take you beyond the headlines to get the story behind the stories on the issues that impact you.

WPS After Hours is available below or on Spotify,  Apple, YouTube. Amazon Music, iHeart Radio or wherever you get your podcasts.

This is WPS After Hours, an informative, relaxed insight into policing and community. In this episode, Christine Collings of the 9-1-1- Emergency Communications Center talks about the first responders answering your 9-1-1 calls, how your calls are triaged and what the future of 9-1-1 looks like.

In this episode, Sgt. Andrée Huberdeau and Mental Health Clinician Luci Stebner of the Alternative Response to Citizens In Crisis (ARCC) program talk about the collaborative partnership between the Winnipeg Police Service and Shared Health’s Crisis Response Centre that responds to non-criminal, non-violent crisis situations.

In this episode, Detective Tasha Sullivan of the Financial Crimes Unit joins us to talk about the grandparent scam (also known as the emergency scam) – and why you should just hang up the phone!

This episode may be particularly of interest to our senior audience or anyone who has a senior connection with a senior in their life. This could include family members,
caregivers, or community advocates.

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