Grants and Contributions:

St. Mary's First Nation - Security Operating Procedures and Training
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Apr 1, 2024 - Mar 31, 2025
This project will allow St. Mary's First Nation to address training needs identified in their Community Safety Plan. Two key items being addressed are security training and the creation of a Security Handbook that will take into consideration safe operating procedures for the Security Personnel. Level 1 training will be provided to the Security Personnel so they can carry out their daily duties safely and the development of a Security Handbook will be produced for staff to refer to when responding to various calls for service.
Public Safety Canada
Expected Results:

The anticipated immediate outcomes to long term outcomes of the project include: security personnel are trained to safely carry out their daily duties to keep them and community members safe, security handbook developed, response to incidents by security personnel being enforced/responded equivalently, security department response is more structured and professional, and community feels safe.

Fredericton, New Brunswick, CA E3A 0A1
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Grants and Contributions
Recipient Type:
Aboriginal recipient
Recipient's Operating Name:
St. Mary's First Nation
Recipient's Legal Name:
St. Mary's First Nation
(ACSDCP) Aboriginal Community Safety Development Contribution Program
Program Purpose:

The purpose of the contributions is to provide support to Aboriginal organizations (on and off-reserve), Aboriginal governments and municipalities in collaboration with Aboriginal organizations and or communities to develop tailored approaches to community safety, alternatives to incarceration and reintegration of Aboriginal offenders that are responsive to the concerns, priorities and unique circumstances of Aboriginal communities.