Six Nations Police get over $1 million to combat gangs, violent crime

By Victoria Gray Writer Six Nations Police will see more than $1 million to combat guns and gangs to address violent crimes on the territory. On April 19 Ontario announced it will invest $5.45 million over three years to the Brantford Police Service, Six Nations Police Service and the Brant Ontario Provincial Police as part of its Community Safety and Policing (CPS) Grant programs. Six Nations Police will receive $1,499,280.00 for its Six Nations Police Service Gun and Gang Initiative. Six Nations Police Chief Darren Montour said he was thankful for the funding and MPP Will Bouma’s political advocacy. “This funding will aide to assist us in combating the drug problem that plagues Six Nations of the Grand River and surrounding communities. A special thank you goes out to Brantford-Brant…

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