Message from the Chief of Police

The U.C.C.M. Anishnaabe Police Service is one of 9 self-administered First Nation police services located in the province of Ontario, Canada. In my new role as Chief of Police since June 2010, I believe that one of our greatest assets is the ability and opportunity to work closely with our six First Nations Communities that we serve. As partners in community safety, this has, and will continue to be, the key for our ongoing success and development toward progressive community policing strategies; we realize that these strategies must be culturally sensitive and accepted as the norm for our jurisdiction for us to succeed in our goals for long term community wellness and safety. Together, the U.C.C.M. Anishnaabe Police Service and its community partners will continue to strive for long lasting and permanent solutions that will result in healthier and safe communities for the future.

I must publicly acknowledge the work and dedication of so many who have worked to get us this point in our 14 years of existence: the police officers of the service, the civilian staff, the U.C.C.M. Police Services Commission, and the U.C.C.M.M. Tribal Council.

It is my hope that the information contained in this website will provide you insight into the Service; any comments or questions are most welcome.

Chi-Miigwetch (Thank-you),

Rodney A. Nahwegahbow, Chief of Police


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