Lakeshore Regional Police Commission

The Lakeshore Regional Police Service Police Commission is a commission appointed by the elected officials that make up the five First Nations of the Lesser Slave Lake Indian Regional Council. Each first Nation has one representative on the Police Commission. The Lakeshore Regional Police Service Police Commission monitors the funds provided by the government, establishes policies providing for effective and efficient policing, issues instructions as necessary to the Chief of Police, ensures sufficient resources are in place for the police service to carry out the functions of a police service, and reports to the elected First Nation officials within the Lesser Slave Lake Indian Regional Council with regard to aspects of the police service.
Member Since: 
2012
Member Website: 
www.lakeshoreregionalpolice.com/publiccomplaints.asp