Six Nations Police Chief Darren Montour sits down with Turtle Island News

Six Nations Police Chief: Year-end review, he says force is changing as population grows By Lisa Iesse Writer SIX NATIONS- Six Nations continues to trailblaze in the field of policing with community-centred approaches, despite being stretched to resource limits. Between 2021-22 alone, many specialised roles were created as partnerships with community groups and organisations flourished. New developments are seeing technology directed towards strengthening person-driven approaches. Turtle Island News recently spoke with Six Nations Police Chief Darren Montour about how the force is branching out and growing to respond to the current issues affecting the community. Between 2021-22, new dynamic roles including a social navigator role, along with a community services assistant, and a First Nations mental health liaison person were created. Montour explained they all work together and serve as…

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