ASSOCIATION DES CHEFS DE POLICE DES PREMIÈRES NATIONS
FIRST NATIONS CHIEFS OF POLICE ASSOCIATION
Sharing in Strength ~ Partage en Force
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The Executive Committee continues to participate on a First Nations Chiefs of Police Association/Aboriginal Policing Directorate Coordination Committee. This liaison committee has formulated a solid working relationship with members of the office of the Solicitor General Canada to explore ways and means for improving First Nations Policing across Canada. The coordination committee meets on a quarterly basis.
The FNCPA was formally recognized by the Canadian Association of Chiefs of Police. The FNCPA now has representation on the CACP Board of Directors.
FNCPA is a non-for-profit status organization.
The First Nations Chiefs of Police Association (FNCPA) was established as a not-for-profit organization on January 7, 1993. The purpose of the FNCPA is to serve First Nations police services and First Nations territories across Canada by facilitating the highest level of professionalism and accountability, in a manner that reflects the unique cultures, constitutional status, social circumstances, traditions and aspirations of First Nations.
Established in 1993
On October 25, 2016, FNCPA Members held its Annual General Meeting in Tornonto, Quebec. FNCPA members discussed and opened motions to the floor. Nomination for the postion of President and Vice-President (East) were discussed on the floor and candidates discussed their interest in the positions. FNCPA members discussed and passed the following motions:
Current & Previous History
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FNCPA members discussed and passed the following motion:
The next General Election for the Executive positions is expected to be held in October 2018. Please see upcoming events for more information.
In 2015, membership decided that FNCPA update the logo and opened a national competition. Submissions were provided and were all exceptional, although did not encompass FNCPA. In 2016, artists were engaged to create a new look for FNCPA, and this new logo was selected. (above)