‘Policing on Reserves’

‘First Nations’ {Aboriginal} Policing Program’
“‘Public Safety Canada’ provides funding to support policing services that are professional, dedicated and responsive to the ‘First Nation’ {Indian} and Inuit communities they serve. The Program operates in accordance with the ‘First Nations’ {aboriginal} Policing Policy, a national framework for the provision of policing services in ‘First Nation’ {Indian} and Inuit communities. Policing services are supported through tripartite policing agreements among the federal government, provincial or territorial governments, and ‘First Nation’ {Indian} or Inuit communities. The federal and provincial/territorial governments each provide funding for these agreements.

“There are two main types of policing agreements:
1) Self-administered Police Service Agreements, where a ‘First Nation’ {Indian} or Inuit community manages its own police service under provincial policing legislation and regulations; and
2) Community Tripartite Agreements, where a dedicated contingent of officers from the Royal Canadian Mounted Police provides policing services to a ‘First Nation’ {Indian} or Inuit community.

“In 2015-2016, the ‘FN’PP provided over $120 million in funding for:
185 policing agreements, policing a population of approximately 432,000 people; and
1299 police officers in over 450 ‘First Nation’ {Indian} and Inuit communities.

‘Funding for ‘First Nation’ {Indian} and Inuit Policing Facilities’
“In the November 2018, the Government of Canada created a new program, Funding for ‘First Nation’ {Indian} and Inuit Policing Facilities, to provide better policing infrastructure for the people who live and work in ‘indigenous’ {aboriginal} communities.

“Through the program, the Government of Canada is investing $88.6 million over seven years, starting in 2019, to improve policing facilities in ‘First Nation’ {Indian} and Inuit communities. These investments will support ‘First Nation’ {Indian} and Inuit communities to ensure their policing infrastructure meets building, policing facility, and health and safety standards…”

–‘Policing in ‘Indigenous’ Communities’,
Public Safety Canada, Copied on June 15, 2019
https://www.publicsafety.gc.ca/cnt/cntrng-crm/plcng/brgnl-plcng/index-en.aspx
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