ASSOCIATION DES CHEFS DE POLICE DES PREMIÈRES NATIONS

FIRST NATIONS CHIEFS OF POLICE ASSOCIATION

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Matrimonial Real Property Training Program

Matriomonial Real Property Training

ASSOCIATION DES CHEFS DE POLICE DES PREMIÈRES NATIONS

The goal of MRP Training is:

To promote and foster cultural meaningful and appropriate training programs to meet the needs of First Nations Police Services and communities. The FNCPA is keenly positioned to facilitate training activities such as MRP implementation. Its membership's National presence allows for a detailed understanding of Law Enforcement related matters in each Provincial jurisdiction and also has well established contacts with First Nations, Crown Attorneys and other Law Enforcement agencies.

To provide and participate in forums for its members and partners designed to share information about the roles and functions of First Nations Police Services and the policing needs of First Nation communities and ensure awareness of any legislative initiative designed to target First Nations specifically such as MRP.

As an unparalleled authority on the cultural and operational needs of First Nations police services, the FNCPA is uniquely positioned to share its expertise on issues of justice and public security with its members, non-members and with its government partners.

To co-ordinate with the Federal and Provincial governments and other agencies involved in policing to ensure that their mutual policing policies and initiatives are developed with sensitivity to the unique needs of First Nation communities.

One of the key roles of the FNCPA, given its national scope and mandate, is to identify best practices in First Nations policing and to promote the understanding of those practices. 

A Review of MRP

Goals of MRP

Designed for First Nation Police Services

MRP Coordinator
Kateri Akwenzie-Damm

In early 2015, the FNCPA Executive engaged in discussion with Public Safety Canada where upon final discussiones they provided a proposal for the Matrimonial Real Property (MRP) Training Program. By mid summer final discussion took place and the Program started with the posting of the MRP Coordinator. Among some of the excellent candidates, Kateri Akwenzie-Damm was hired to prepare the program modulde and training for use.

Matrimonial Real Property is designed specifically for First Nations police services as an introduction to Matrimonial Real Property (MRP) issues, legislation, and policing on First Nations territories. The goal is to provide police officers working on First Nations with the information required to respond to MRP policing issues .

The FNCPA speaks as one voice to advance and sustain self- administered First Nations' policing in Canada, by aiding and developing innovative methods to enhance public safety and wellness, while embracing our communities' unique cultural and traditional values.

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