FSIN calls for tribal police in First Nation communities to prevent future tragedies – Prince Albert Daily Herald

FSIN calls for tribal police in First Nation communities to prevent future tragedies – Prince Albert Daily Herald

by ahnationtalk on September 9, 202241 Views

Indigenous leaders are calling for the implementation of tribal police on First Nation communities in Saskatchewan after a mass stabbing on the lames Smith Cree Nation and nearby Weldon left 11 people dead and 18 injured.

Federation of Sovereign Indigenous Nations (FSIN) Chief Bobby Cameron announced that the organization would be putting a resolution forward to create a First Nation policing association during a press conference at the lames Smith Cree Nation on Thursday afternoon.

“(It’s) to work in conjunction with the RCMP,. explained Cameron. “The eyes and ears at the ground level, when the response time is not quick enough, we will have our own on-reserve tribal police.

Read More: https://paherald.sk.ca/fsin-calls-for-tribal-police-in-first-nation-communities-to-prevent-future-tragedies/

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