Our Mission

The emphasis is to incorporate a culturally sensitive police service that reflects the traditional practices of the First Nations while working in conjunction with other established police services to ensure that quality policing is ongoing. With culturally sensitive policing, we have the strength to incorporate a more effective and proactive community policing strategy.

About Us

Police Board Role & Governance Priorities

First Nations Policing was first established under a Community Tripartite Agreement signed in December, 1994, that provided for dedicated policing service to currently five First Nations communities. Several models were tried and eventually evolved into the File Hills First Nations Police Service which was incorporated on December 20th, 2002 as Saskatchewan’s first and only self-administered stand-alone police service.

Accountability – Responsible for all our decisions and actions. we do.

Sharing – Dedication to reawakening our culture for future generations, by enhancing community knowledge and holistic teachings.

Protocol – Doing the right things, for the right reasons, all of the time.

Integrity – Building trust and friendships and maintaining humility.

Respect – Treat all with courtesy, compassion, fairness and dignity.

Excellence – Committed to the highest ethical and legal standards in everything we do.

Iron Rangers Youth Program

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The File Hills First Nations Police Service offers careers in which one can truly make a difference. Following the traditional path of those entrusted by the community to serve the need for leadership and to protect the innocent from harm, members of the FHFNPS boldly and courageously meet the challenge on a daily basis. If you feel called to join this team, and have what it takes, there are two possible career paths offered to those seeking a career with the File Hills First Nations Police Service.


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