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Nicole Marianne MIGWANBE











Full name:  Nicole Marianne MIGWANBE        

Sex: Female

Age: 22

Race: Aboriginal

Height:  5’5”

Weight:  160 lbs

Hair color: Brown

Eye Color:  Brown

Last known Address: Whitefish River First Nation

Other or Distinguishing Features: Feather on right arm


Cautions or notes:

Police Constable Employment Opportunity



 The UCCM Anishnaabe Police Service is an equal opportunity employer and is seeking a Police Constable with a strong desire to promote and foster community peace and social order within the framework of the United Chiefs and Councils of Manitoulin Police Services Commission.

**Note: If the successful candidate has not previously attended Police College, training to the successful applicant will be provided by attending the Ontario Police College. **

Desired Skills:

  • Knowledgeable and respectful of Anishnaabe customs, culture, and language;
  • Excellent interpersonal skills to maintain professionalism and courteousness to members of the public and all justice partners;
  • Ability to multi-task in a high stress and time driven environment;
  • Excellent written and verbal communication skills, to resolve and mediate disputes that arise in the performance of duties;
  • Ability to utilize analytical skills in a variety of environments to identify problems, analyse options, and determine the best possible solution;
  • Ability to work independently and within a team, and manage time efficiently and effectively;
  • Excellent computer skills to learn a variety of software applications for the use in daily duties; and
  • Proficient in Microsoft Office software applications.

Summary of Duties:

  • Conduct proactive community patrols in all UCCMM service area communities;
  • Create linkages and integration with other community partners by making referrals to appropriate service agencies for services needed outside the initial scope of law enforcement;
  • Knowledgeable of community resources available for victims, witnesses, accused members, and members of the public;
  • Observe for violations of the law and take appropriate enforcement, mediation, or referral action;
  • Collect, secure, preserve, and dispose of evidence in accordance with procedures outlined in the Police Orders, Criminal Code of Canada, other Provincial and Federal Statutes, and other investigative manuals as applicable;
  • Complete occurrence and supplementary reports in a complete, clear, logical, accurate manner using proper grammar, spelling and terminology; and
  • Complete all other required reports related to investigations: traffic reports, ViCLAS reports, CPIC and other law enforcement forms as per the prescribed standards on a timely basis.

Other Important Information to Be Submitted with Your Application:

  • Cover letter and resume, as well as three letters of reference must be provided;
  • ATS Certificate of Results must be provided (if applicable);
  • Copy of Ontario Police College Basic Training Certificate (if applicable);
  • Valid First Aid and CPR Certification;
  • Grade 12 Diploma and/or College or University Diploma
  • Completed Application Form, Medical and Vision Form and Consent and Release of Liability Form (located on UCCM Police Service website);
  • Consent and Release of Liability Form;
  • McNeil Self-Disclosure Report (if applicable); and
  • Any other documentation for consideration.

Apply for this position by January 31, 2019, at 4:00 PM to:

Chief of Police

U.C.C.M. Anishnaabe Police Service

5926 Hwy 540, Box 332

M’Chigeeng, ON     P0P 1G0

Marked: Confidential

 For questions about this employment opportunity and/or a detailed job description, please contact Andrea McGregor, Human Resource and Finance Coordinator at 705.377.7135, or visit our website at

Given the traditional practices of the Anishnaabe, from time to time wood smoke and the burning of sacred medicines including tobacco, sweet grass, sage, or cedar may occur in the workplace. 


Applicable Forms are as follows:

Constable Application

Self-Disclosure Report – McNeil Report

Vision Medical Forms final

Consent and Release of Liability


Marijuana Legislation…know your rights!

Know your rights…Cannabis

With the changes on October 17, 2018, we have been taking a lot of calls in relation to Cannabis.  We encourage everyone to know their rights – ignorance or naivete are not acceptable reasons for breaking the law.

Please take some time to read up on these issues, even if you do not use, as  you can be the source of information for someone you care about who does.












Full name:  William John PAIBOMSAI               

Sex: Male

Age: 21

Race: Aboriginal

Height:  6’0”

Weight:  175 lbs

Haircolor: Brown

Eye Color:  Brown

Build:  Thin

Last known Address: Whitefish River First Nation

Other or Distinguishing Features: 25mm Birthmark on right cheek and Tattoo on left thumb – black cross.

Cautions or notes: Unknown

Media Release on Legalization of Cannabis


 *The Cannabis Act, 2017 was passed in December 2017.

UCCM Anishnaabe Police are reminding the public that the new Cannabis Legislation is coming into effect on October 17th, 2018.  Although the Cannabis Act essentially decriminalizes possession the use of small amount of recreational cannabis, it creates new Criminal Code offences for selling cannabis to minors.

In Ontario the provincial rules highlight the following facts;

  • The minimum age to use, purchase, and possess recreational cannabis in Ontario is 19. The use of recreational cannabis will be prohibited in public places and workplaces
  • Originally, the Liquor Control Board of Ontario was to oversee the sale of cannabis in the province via stand-alone, government-owned Ontario Cannabis Store (OCS) and an on-line order service. Subsequently, the government elected during the 2018 Provincial Election announced that private retailers and mail order distributions would be allowed. OCS stores will also not be operational until April 2019
  • Ontario will prohibit individuals under the age of 19 from possessing or consuming recreational cannabis, which will allow police to confiscate small amounts of cannabis from young people. The province’s approach to protecting youth will focus on prevention, diversion, and harm reduction without unnecessarily bringing them into contact with the justice system. The government proposed to support young people and vulnerable populations through the development of an “integrated prevention and harm reduction approach” that would promote awareness of cannabis-related health harms and help people make informed decisions about use. It will include education, health, and social service providers that work with, and educate, youth, and young adults.

Additionally, under the proposed model First Nation communities would be able to opt-out of cannabis deliveries and retail stores.

UCCM Police continue to believe that inappropriate use and abuse of controlled and legal substances, including cannabis, has a serious impact on the safety and wellness of our communities which leads to a wide spectrum of violent acts and property crimes.

Rodney Nahwegahbow, Chief of Police


5926 Highway 540, Box 332

M’Chigeeng, ON P0P 1G0

Tel:  705-377-7135 ext. 201

Fax:  705-377-5583

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