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The Lakeshore Regional Police Service (LRPS) works closely with the First Nations communities to prevent and solve crime. Our First Nation's Police Officers work with First Nation community members to promote safety and protect their communities.
LRPS First Nations Police Officers focus on the priorities in their communities and partner with First Nations community groups to create sustainable change.
The LRPS is working to reestablish a Community Liaison Constable to work in partnership with the Lesser Slave Lake Indian Regional Council Territory. Our Community Liaison Constable would work to protect the participating communities in a manner that meets cultural and traditional values while upholding the law and providing quality service.
Our Community Liaison Constable's objective would be to maintain and establish positive new relationships between the office of the LRPS, the members of the communities, the governing bodies of the First Nations and its program portfolio holders by facilitating, assisting and implementing positive strategies to prevent & reduce crime.
The LRPS is currently attempting to secure sustained funding for a full-time community liaison constable position
For more information regarding Community Policing, please contact 587-749-0421