Blood Tribe Police Service Crime Reduction Unit conducted an Investigation surrounding

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On November 6th, 2017 the Blood Tribe Police Service Crime Reduction Unit conducted an Investigation surrounding the sale of Fentanyl and Meth on the Blood Reserve. The Crime Reduction Unit with the assistance of the Community Policing Division conducted a traffic stop resulting in three females being arrested.

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FNCPA Resolution 2017-001 Call for Essential Services

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FIRST NATIONS CHIEFS OF POLICE, CALL FOR FIRST NATIONS POLICING TO BE ENTRENCHED AS AN ESSENTIAL SERVICE

The “Benign Neglect” of Policing is Failing First Nations Communities

Toronto, Ontario, October 24, 2017– At their Annual General Meeting in Toronto October 17-18,2017 the First Nations Chiefs of Police Association (FNCPA) unanimously passed a resolution calling on the Government of Canada and its Provincial partners “to entrench First Nations Policing as an essential service,” provide adequate human resources, infrastructure, and operations and maintenance resources, and “sufficient, predictable and sustained funding that meets the unique needs of each department.”

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The Blood Tribe Police Service Crime Reduction unit report for September/October 2017

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For the month of September/October 2017, the Blood Tribe Police Service Crime Reduction Unit laid 30 charges in relation to drug investigations. A total of $3400 in Canadian currency, and illicit substances with a street value of $1600 including Fentanyl, Cocaine Prescription drugs were seized.

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Blood Tribe Police Service has acquired two solar-powered radar

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The Blood Tribe Police Service has acquired two solar-powered radar units to assist with traffic safety in the community. This was possible through funding from the Alberta Traffic Safety Fund. These units will be placed throughout the reserve to educate the motoring public on the speed zones. It is important to note that these units are not photo radar units as they simply flash the speed of vehicles travelling over the posted speed limit. The speed will be displayed with a flashing light on top and designed to bring awareness of the posted speed.

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