ASSOCIATION DES CHEFS DE POLICE DES PREMIÈRES NATIONS
FIRST NATIONS CHIEFS OF POLICE ASSOCIATION
Sharing in Strength ~ Partage en Force
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FNCPA Police Services and First Nations Policing (Types of Agreements)
The First Nations Chiefs of Police Association was established in 1993. The Founders of FNCPA were:
Houghton, The Late Ernie
FNPP Stats provided via Public Safety Canada website: First Nations Policing
The Government of Canada has worked with First Nation and Inuit communities and provinces and territories to significantly improve public safety in these communities. In 2012-13, the FNPP funded 163 policing agreements, which represents approximately 1,250 professionally-trained and dedicated police officers working in approximately 400 First Nation and Inuit communities, serving a total population of over 338,000. (see link for more information)
First Nations Policing Program - Canada's Economic Plan
3.Community Tripartite Agreements (CTA) are a direct result of FNCPS Framework Agreements. Like SA agreements, CTAs are negotiated among First Nation or Inuit communities, provincial or territorial governments, and the federal government. Under a CTA arrangement, the First Nation or Inuit community has dedicated officers from an existing police service, typically the Royal Canadian Mounted Police (RCMP).
The FNPP works on the principles of tripartite partnerships with communities, provinces and territories. There are four types of agreements managed by the Program: