Lakeshore Regional Police Service Badge

Home // About LRPS // Lakeshore Regional Police Service Badge Signifying the 5 Cree nations nestled along the shores of Lesser Slave Lake.

The distance between each first nation earns the title of "Regional".

The points on the insignia reflect the shape of a "tee-pee" for each first nation community.

The medicine wheel to show the colors of diversity within the first nation communities and the police used as a tool towards healing.

The eagle feather represents protection for the community and for the officers offering to protect it.

Sawridge First Nation

Swan River First Nation

Driftpile First Nation

Sucker Creek First Nation

Kapaweno First Nation


The points accented in deep red along with the outline shape of the insignia.

The fill of the insignia will be dark blue with deep red initials of the service and deep red writing for the full service name with exception of the "POLICE" which will be white or grey in color.

The frame of the medicine wheel will be white or grey to match "POLICE" with colors red, white, yellow and black to fill the 1/4 circles.

The eagle feature will be white and black.

The badge will be a brass with full color medicine wheel and blue lettering with the feather outlined or indented into the brass (no color). Rank and regiment number engraved into the shield.

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Emergency Calls: 911

Lakeshore Regional Police Service Complaint Line: 1-855-299-0137

Lakeshore Regional Police Service Admin Line:  1-855-299-0138

Lakeshore Regional Police Service Fax Line: 1-587-749-0423

Crime Stoppers: 1-800-222-TIPS

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