The Government of Canada is supporting access to professional, dedicated and culturally responsive policing services in Indigenous communities with the resources, equipment and facilities that best serve the needs of the community.
Services and Information
Program that supports Indigenous policing services through tripartite agreements among the federal government, provincial or territorial governments, and First Nation or Inuit communities.
Program that supports policing infrastructure for the people who live and work in Indigenous communities.
Overview of the engagement process and activities with First Nations, Inuit, Métis and communities in the Territories on policing and community safety.
Indigenous Policing News
First Nations and Inuit Policing Program to expand into Nunavut
November 8, 2022
Governments of Canada, Saskatchewan and Prince Albert Grand Council affirm commitment to public safety
October 17, 2022
Governments of Canada, Alberta and Siksika Nation announce transition to self-administered Siksika police service
September 23, 2022
- More Indigenous Policing News Releases
Indigenous Policing Publications and Reports
- Summary of the 2022 Federal Engagement on First Nations Police Services Legislation: What We Heard Report
- Evaluation of the First Nations and Inuit Policing Program
- Summary of the evaluation of the First Nations and Inuit Policing Program
- Engaging on Federal First Nations Police Services Legislation - Discussion Guide
- Joining The Circle - Identifying Key Ingredients for Effective Police Collaboration within Indigenous Communities
- More Indigenous Policing Publications and Reports
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