The latest annual report from Saskatchewan's Public Complaints Commission highlights six cases of police officers found to be breaking policy while on duty.
The commission is a civilian-led board that investigates public complaints against municipal police officers.
The report includes six substantiated complaints from April 2018 to March 31, 2019. The offences happened in Regina and Saskatoon, and include discreditable conduct, neglect of duty and unnecessary violence.
The report noted 46 complaints across the province during that time period were unfounded. Another 34 had not been concluded.
The report also flagged concerns about inappropriate arrests and searches, and officers entering homes improperly.