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It’s going to get better’: After slayings, RCMP improving relations with James Smith Cree Nation – CTV News

June 7, 2024 Members of James Smith Cree Nation are hopeful they have found a new path forward with the Saskatchewan RCMP nearly two years after one of Canada’s deadliest mass killings. Following the 2022 mass stabbings that killed 11 people and injured 18 others, two separate inquests and an internal review of the RCMP […]

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Saskatchewan RCMP presents responses to recommendations resulting from internal review process and Coroner’s Inquests relating to mass casualty homicides

June 6, 2024 The Saskatchewan RCMP responds to the recommendations resulting from the internal review process and coroners inquests relating to the mass casualty homicides that occurred at James Smith Cree Nation and in Weldon, Saskatchewan, in September of 2022. See the website here. The following statement was delivered by Saskatchewan RCMP Commanding Officer, Assistant Commissioner […]

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Review finds RCMP confusion, communication problems at Saskatchewan mass killing – CityNews

June 6, 2024 REGINA — A report into how Mounties responded to a mass killing and manhunt in Saskatchewan has found some communication problems but nothing that significantly impacted the outcome. Police captured Myles Sanderson three days after he killed 11 people and injured 17 others on the James Smith Cree Nation and in the […]

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Congratulations to Cst. Emery McKenzie of the RCMP!

Jun 5, 2024 We are thrilled to announce that Emery McKenzie, formerly the Executive Assistant to Grand Chief Brian Hardlotte, has now graduated and started her career with the RCMP. After graduating on May 6th, Constable McKenzie has joined the Ahtahkakoop detachment, bringing her dedication and passion to her new role. We wish Constable McKenzie […]

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Sask. RCMP to release recommendations made after review of its response to James Smith massacre – CTV News

June 6, 2024 Saskatchewan RCMP are releasing a report from an internal review of its response to the mass stabbings in 2022 in James Smith Cree Nation and Weldon, Sask. on Thursday. RCMP will also be presenting its responses to said recommendations from the internal review as well as from two Coroner’s inquests(opens in a […]

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Recognizing Officers and Agencies During National Police Week

May 13, 2024 The Government of Saskatchewan is proud to proclaim May 12 to 18 as National Police Week. This year’s theme, Committed to Serve Together, highlights the importance of partnerships between policing services and the organizations and people in the communities they serve. “We thank Saskatchewan’s policing agencies and their hardworking officers,” Corrections, Policing and […]

by ahnationtalk on May 13, 202430 Views

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First Nations policing feasibility study to be conducted in the North – MBC News

May 6, 2024 The provincial and federal governments are investing $1.4 million to conduct community safety needs analysis through public engagement sessions. This is part of a broader feasibility study for First Nations policing. “This contribution agreement is a key milestone in our partnership with the governments of Canada and Saskatchewan, aiming to advance culturally […]

by ahnationtalk on May 6, 202440 Views

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Governments of Canada, Saskatchewan and Prince Albert Grand Council announce funding to study implementation of Indigenous-led police services

From: Public Safety Canada May 3, 2024 Prince Albert, Saskatchewan Today, the Honourable Dominic LeBlanc, Minister of Public Safety, Democratic Institutions and Intergovernmental Affairs; the Honourable Paul Merriman, Minister of Corrections, Policing and Public Safety; and Grand Chief Brian Hardlotte, of the Prince Albert Grand Council (PAGC), announced an investment of more than $1.4 million to […]

by ahnationtalk on May 3, 202437 Views

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VP LeClair says MN–S supports Métis citizen’s family as investigation into daughter’s 2020 disappearance widens

May 1, 2024 – Saskatoon, SK – On Friday, April 19, the Saskatoon Police Service Major Crime Section and Public Safety Unit issued a media release indicating new evidence in the 2020 disappearance of then 22-year-old Mackenzie Lee Trottier, has led them to begin a search of the Saskatoon landfill that will commence this week, […]

by ahnationtalk on May 1, 202451 Views

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Search for missing woman begins in Saskatchewan landfill – National Observer

May 1, 2024 Police and specialized dogs are set to start searching Saskatoon’s landfill for a woman who has been missing for more than three years. Mackenzie Lee Trottier was 22 when last seen in December 2020. Police have said that during their investigation devices were seized and information has pointed officers to a specific […]

by ahnationtalk on May 1, 202445 Views

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