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Community Policing

The Lakeshore Regional Police Service (LRPS) works closely with the five First Nations to prevent and solve crime. Our First Nations’ police officers work with First Nations’ 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.

Since its inception, the Lakeshore Regional Police Service has structured its policing on a Community Based Policing philosophy. By taking this approach, we can tailor our practices and policies to better fit the needs of the First Nations to which we provide service to. We recognize that policing is not a one size fits all and that we require the First Nations’ input as to what they see as their priorities and the best means to move forward with those ideas and plans to make their First Nations safer and healthier for all who live there.

For more information regarding Community Policing, please contact 587-749-0421.

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Lakeshore Regional Police Service
Box 291, Driftpile, Alberta, T0G 0V0