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Gang Awareness and Prevention (GAP) project for Indigenous communities – Assiniboia Times

July 2, 2020 Onion Lake RCMP released gang awareness and prevention resources in partnership with Onion Lake Cree Nation. Materials include videos, an information booklet and posters on July 2. The Gang Awareness and Prevention (GAP) Project was developed and implemented by a RCMP Community Program Officer, in consultation with several community members, including chief […]

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P.A. Indigenous leaders meet with police to discuss video of takedown – Saskatoon StarPhoenix

Jun 30, 2020 Details about a meeting between the Prince Albert Grand Council (PAGC) and Prince Albert Police Service (PAPS) are expected to be made public within the next week, after the two parties gathered to discuss a video that surfaced on social media last week showing an Indigenous man being taken down by a […]

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Saskatchewan police oversight agency should be Indigenous-led: provincial justice minister – Globalnews.ca

June 29, 2020 The next chair of Saskatchewan’s police oversight agency should “ideally” be a First Nations or Métis person, the provincial justice minister says. “I think for First Nations and Métis people in our province to have confidence in the system, they would have a higher level of confidence knowing that we were willing […]

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Saskatoon officer used excessive force in arrest of Jordan Lafond after car crash: complaints investigator – CBC

‘I’ve known this all along,’ says mother of Indigenous man injured in 2016 car chase and died the next day Saskatchewan’s Public Complaints Commission says a Saskatoon police officer used excessive force during the arrest of Jordan Lafond, an Indigenous man who was gravely injured at the end of a car chase in 2016 and died […]

by ahnationtalk on June 25, 202032 Views

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Opinion: Police reforms necessary to protect lives of Indigenous women – Regina Leader-Post

Jun 25, 2020 Across Canada and around the world, people are broaching the subject of police reform as an aspirational goal — something to be attained, over time, with the prodding of an angry public and the enlightenment of politicians and high-ranking officers. But for Indigenous women, it is an imperative. A soul-wrenching vision has […]

by ahnationtalk on June 25, 202025 Views

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Saskatchewan RCMP is committed to supporting victims and survivors of domestic violence

June 22, 2020 We know there have been questions relating to how the RCMP provides support to victims of domestic violence since the announcement of changes to provincial legislation. We know these changes will be especially meaningful for anyone experiencing domestic violence. Investigating reports of domestic violence is not new to us. We hear you. […]

by ahnationtalk on June 23, 202028 Views

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Gathering in Saskatoon calls for justice for missing and murdered Indigenous people – CBC

One organizer is collecting signatures for petition to change Saskatchewan’s Police Act Jun 21, 2020 Around two dozen people in Saskatoon gathered in front of City Hall Saturday, calling for justice for murdered and missing Indigenous people. The rally was organized by the mother of Jordan Lafond, Charmaine Dreaver. Lafond died a day after a car […]

by ahnationtalk on June 22, 202035 Views

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SK Government: Province Introduces First Steps To Improve Police Oversight

June 17, 2020 Government has introduced The Police Amendment Act, 2020 today as an initial step to improving police oversight in Saskatchewan. The Act contains numerous enhancements to the Investigation Observer process to make it more transparent and accountable.  Under the current legislation, an Investigation Observer is appointed by the Deputy Minister of Justice in […]

by ahnationtalk on June 18, 202031 Views

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Province takes first steps to improving police oversight – Weyburn Review

June 17, 2020 Government has introduced The Police Amendment Act, 2020 today as an initial step to improving police oversight in Saskatchewan. The Act contains numerous enhancements to the Investigation Observer process to make it more transparent and accountable.  Under the current legislation, an Investigation Observer is appointed by the Deputy Minister of Justice in […]

by ahnationtalk on June 18, 202029 Views

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La Ronge RCMP lay charge in fatal pedestrian hit and run incident

On June 14, 2020, shortly after midnight, La Ronge RCMP were dispatched to the report of an unconscious male located on Queen Street in Lac La Ronge First Nation. Upon arrival, officers located an adult male who was unconscious and displayed injuries consistent with being struck by a vehicle. He was pronounced deceased on scene by EMS. […]

by ahnationtalk on June 16, 202036 Views

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