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Chair of the Board Message
This past year has been extremely busy. Both Treaty Three Police Service and the Treaty Three Police Services Board have undergone many changes.
In November 2010, we welcomed the new Deputy Chief of Police, Terry Armstrong. Deputy Chief Armstrong comes to the Treaty Three Police Service with 30 years of policing experience. Deputy Chief Armstrong’s dedication and commitment to First Nations policing is second to none.
In the fall of 2010, a Chiefs in Assembly Resolution was passed at our fall assembly in Nigigoonsiminikanaaning by Grand Council # 3 area Chiefs to re-structure the Police Services Board. The issue of re-structuring had been an issue that needed to be addressed for several years. Read more »
Chief of Police Message
It is our traditional role as First Nations peacekeepers to serve others, without judgment, to ensure the safety of our people. That role has not changed over time.
As the peacekeepers, it is incumbent upon Treaty Three Police Service to create a culture of safety in our communities. It is our Mission to provide a sensitive, culturally appropriate, proactive and effective service. It is our Vision to maintain a traditional system of justice and policing for the Treaty Three Nations through a responsive and responsible police service to our First Nations people. Our core Values include honesty, integrity, professionalism and accountability as expressed in our Service Standards and Code of Conduct. Read more »
In the spirit of partnership with the Treaty Three Nations, it is the objective of the Treaty Three Anishinaabe Police Service to provide a continuous and effective social service to the membership. In the attainment of this goal, the police members will provide a sensitive, traditional, and culturally oriented protective service. In the exercise of these responsibilities the police service will, to the extent that circumstances and resources permit, respond as appropriate to each matter requiring police service.
To establish a traditional system of policing and justice for the Treaty #3 Nation.
To assume full ownership of First Nations Policing Services provided to First Nations within the Treaty Three Territory.
To establish the Treaty Three Police Service Agreement as a capacity building initiative with the immediate purpose of providing an accountable, responsible, effective and culturally respectful police service to the First Nation peoples of Treaty Three.