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Matrimonial Real Property Training Program

Matriomonial Real Property Training

ASSOCIATION DES CHEFS DE POLICE DES PREMIÈRES NATIONS

In early 2017, FNCPA Members were engaged by the MRP Coordinator to begin trial testing of the MRP Training on Canadian Police Knowledge Network (CPKN). 

28 FNCPA members tested from:
Anishinabek Police Service
Blood Tribe Police Service
Dakota Ojibway Police Service
File Hills First Nations Police Service
Kahnawake Peacekeepers
Lac Seul Police Service
Nishnawbe-Aski Police
Rama Police Service
Stl'atl'imx Tribal Police Service
Tsuu T'ina Nation Police Service
Treaty 3 Police Service 

The course is now available online.

Learning Objectives

This is a mandatory training course for all First Nations police.
Registration is sponsored by FNCPA.

Upon completion of this course you will be able to:
- Define matrimonial real property
- Understand the definition of a family home within the context of the  
   Family Homes on Reserves and Matrimonial Interests or Rights Act
- Recognize the First Nations Chiefs of Police Association as a resource for
   on reserve Matrimonial Real Property issues for First Nations Police
   Services
- Recognize the Centre of Excellence on Matrimonial Real Property as a
   resources for First Nations matrimonial real property issues
- Recognize when the Family Homes on Reserves and Matrimonial Interests
   or Rights Act applies
- Recognize when the Federal Provisional Rules apply
- Identify the responsibilities of police officers when enforcing Emergency
   Protection Orders and Exclusive Occupation Orders
- Define an Emergency Protection Order
- Recognize the purpose of an Emergency Protection Order
- Identify the issues that a judge must consider when granting an
   Emergency Protection Order
- Recognize the effect of an active Emergency Protection Order
- Identify the role of a police officer when an Emergency Protection Order is
   in place
- Recall that New Brunswick is the only province where an Emergency
   Protection Order is currently available
- Identify the purpose of an Exclusive Occupation Order
- Recall the considerations a court uses when issuing an Exclusive
   Occupation Order
- Recognize the responsibilities of police officers when an Exclusive
  Occupation Order is in force

Trial Testing

How to Access the Training

Links for the MRP Training will be provided at a later date.
Price:             Free to First Nations Police Services
Language:    English/French
Length:         One (1) Hour

FNCPA Matrimonial Real Property Training on CPKN

Matrimonial Real Property Training - CPKN

Attached registration forms for group and single users.
Registration is directly with CPKN.

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