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RCMP First Nations Community Policing Service

Royal Canadian Mounted Police, Rick
June 4, 2015

Source: (1998) Ottawa: Royal Canadian Mounted Police; Community, Contract and Aboriginal Policing Services.

The First Nations Policing Policy, announced by the Canadian government in 1991, provides First Nations communities with greater control over the delivery and management of policing services in their communities. This document is an information booklet from the Royal Canadian Mounted Police to supplement the First Nations Policing Policy booklet produced by the Ministry of the Solicitor General of Canada. It outlines the major elements of the RCMP First Nations Community Policing Service, including accountability to the community, community justice initiatives, funding, management, and other aspects of this policing.


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