We are proud to police in communities that have a strong history, culture and traditions. Our workforce is reflective of our Communities and we greatly value the strength that this diversity offers. Cultural and Community programs coupled with strong Community connections are an Important part of our organization.


Traditional Items

The Drum
The voice of the Anishinaabe people. Ours is an Okichida Drum that came to us as a result of a dream from a Big Grassy elder to assist our First Nations police officers in performing their day-to-day duties; to support them spiritually and to give them strength.
Dennis Smith holding the Pipe
The Pipe
The spirit of the Pipe is powerful and brings many teachings to the people. The Midawin teachings tell us the creator who is all powerful and all loving works through the Pipe. The stone or the bowl represents our Grandfathers. The tobacco that is placed in it comes from the earth to represent our Mother Earth. The fire represents movement in life. The smoke is representative of the spirit that takes the prayers to the Creator of all things.
Eagle Staff
The Eagle Staff
The Treaty Three Police Eagle Staff symbolizes strength and protection of the Treaty Three Police Officers and the communities they serve and has 23 eagle feathers to represent each of those communities.

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