Youth groups against dating violence
Their primary focus is on crime prevention and building relationships within their communities.
The Community Constable Program involves armed, uniformed peace officers recruited from the communities they serve.
The program contains significant improvements to the former Band Constable Program through a focus on qualifications, training, and a clear legislative foundation and program parameters, as well as defining the relationship between the First Nation Safety Officers and local policing authorities.
Manitoba had 31 First Nation communities that received funding through Public Safety Canada for the Band Constable Program.
This troop was focused on providing an alternative service delivery option in some Indigenous communities in Canada.
In 2013, the Senior Executive Committee approved the rebranding of the program as the Community Constable Program and expanded the pilot program to any community to participate.