Monthly consultations between RCMP, First Nation – Peace River Record

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Monthly consultations between RCMP, First Nation – Peace River Record

by ahnationtalk on August 13, 2015345 Views

August 12, 2015

The Woodland Cree First Nation is one of 12 First Nations communities in Alberta with a Community Tripartite Agreement (CTA).

Three RCMP members with the Peace Regional RCMP Detachment: Const. Graham Gurski, along with Const. Scott Lowe and Const. Ryan Plustwa, are dedicated to that jurisdiction.

After the signing of the First Nations Community Policing Service (FNCPS) Framework Agreement, CTAs are entered into with First Nations communities; it’s a national model respectful of cultural diversities. The agreements are cost-shared: Canada pays 52%; a province or territory pays 48%.

“We specifically respond to the needs of the community with this model,” Gurski said. “It’s specifically tailored to meet the needs and issues within the Woodland Cree First Nation.”

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