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Studies & Training

Canadian Police College

In May 2015, FNCPA joined efforts in training with Canadian Police College (CPC) and brought together training sessions with:

Canadian Police College
Professional Development Centre for Aboriginal Policing
Sgt. Merle Carpenter, Director, CPC &
Insp. Ivan Verdermen
OIC Western District Border Integrity, C Division (Quebec)

Media Training
Alan Fyer, Alan Fryer Media
Nicola Lambrechts, National

Special acknowledgement to the Motorola Foundation. 
In this session, we were able to train twenty seven (27) First Nations Chiefs of Police or designated First Officers, in training that was an integral part of their existing duties. Without the support and presence of the Professional Development Center for Aboriginal Policing providing presentations on the Canadian Police College, Motorola Solutions and related training material is key to our success on providing valuable service to the FNCPA.


In October 2014, FNCPA has joined efforts in training with CPC during the October 2014 General Meeting. 

The Executive included a one day training session for its members. The meeting included presentations, information and question/answer period for the following subjects:

Matrimonial Real Property Law
Sgt. Kurtis Kamotzki, National Aboriginal Policing
RCMP National Aboriginal Policing Services

Missing & Murdered Aboriginal Women
Supt. Tyler Bates, Director General
RCMP National Aboriginal Policing Services

Leading a Multi-Generational Workforce
Dr. Linda Duxbury
Canadian Police College

As another learning tool for members, the Executive have also planned another session for members at the next Annual General Meeting and Conference.

The next Training Opportunity scheduled for:
(to be determined)
0830 hrs - 1630 hrs
(Training is open to all registered participants)

Room Reservations - Rooms will be blocked at a discounted rate and delegates are responsible for making their own individual reservations. For ease of booking callers must identify group: First Nations Chiefs of Police Association. The discount deadline date for reservations will be posted.

Lunch & Allergies - Lunch for the Business Meeting will be provided. For any participants attending that have food allergies, please provide with an email regarding your allergy.

Dress Code:      Business Casual

For more information, contact:

Karen Haines  | Executive Administrative Assistant
First Nation Chiefs of Police Association
Box 37  |  Portage la Prairie, Manitoba, R1N 3B2
Tel: (204) 856-5370  |  Fax: (204) 856-5389  | Email:

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