Comité exécutif

Comité exécutif

Comité exécutif

Le comité exécutif de l’ACPPN comprend les postes suivants : président, vice-président (est), vice-président (centre), vice-président (ouest), secrétaire-trésorier et ancien président.

Chef Jerel (Jerry) Swamp

Chef Jerel (Jerry) Swamp

Président

Chief Jerel (Jerry) Swamp has 29 years of policing experience in First Nation Communities. He joined the Akwesasne Mohawk Police Service in 1991 and has held the ranks of Constable, Detective Sergeant and Acting Deputy Chief before becoming the Police Services Chief of Police in 2009. In 2017 he retired from the Akwesasne Mohawk Police Service after serving 8 years as the Chief of police. In October 2018 Chief Swamp joined the men and women of Rama Police Service as their Chief of Police. 

Chief Swamp spent 15 years conducting major criminal investigations which included death investigations, trafficking and conspiracies related to weapons and controlled substances between Canada and the United States.

He is a past recipient of the First Nations Chiefs of Police outstanding service award for his work in numerous organized crime investigations.   He is also the recipient of the Governor General’s Exemplary Service Medal in 2011.  In 2013 Chief Swamp was the recipient of the Queen’s Diamond Jubilee Award for his outstanding contribution to First Nations Policing in Canada.

He has presented on many topics across Canada including Organized Crime in native communities, Critical Incidents and management in Native Communities, Policing in a multi-jurisdictional location as well as operational planning and search warrant drafting. 

First Nations Chiefs of Police Association

c/o Rama Police Service
7450 Williams Road
Rama, Ontario L3V 6H6
Phone: (705) 325-7773
Fax: (705) 325-4522
Email: [email protected]

 

Chef Keith Blake

Chef Keith Blake

Vice-Président (Ouest)

Chief Keith Blake was sworn in as the 5th Chief of Police of the Tsuut’ina Nation Police Service on May 16, 2013.

Prior to his appointment with the Tsuut’ina Nation Police Service, Keith served 24 years in the Royal Canadian Mounted Police. Keith was privileged to have completed all of his service in the Province of Alberta and experienced firsthand the culture, pride and honour in being part of the policing in seven different First Nations communities in Alberta.

Keith’s operational and investigative policing experience includes both front line uniform policing, as well as plain clothes duties in specialized units. Keith’s investigative background includes postings as a General Investigation/Major Crime Investigator, Federal Drug Unit Investigator and Integrated National Security Enforcement Team (INSET) Investigator and Supervisor, Detachment Commander, Emergency Response Team Leadership and Professional Standards.

Chief Blake is honoured to serve the truly great people of the Tsuut’ina Nation and work alongside the dedicated women and men of Tosguna.

First Nations Chiefs of Police Association
c/o Tsuut’ina Nation Police Service
9905 Chiila Blvd.,
Tsuut’ina Nation, AB T2W 6H6
Phone: (403) 251-9660
Fax: (403) 238-4075
Email: [email protected]

Chef Terry McCaffrey

Chef Terry McCaffrey

Vice-Président (Centre)

Chief of Police Terry McCaffrey is a Seasoned, Senior Indigenous Police Leader with more than 24 years of service across Canada, having worked in over 40 First Nation Communities in Manitoba, Alberta, and Ontario. He has worked for the Manitoba First Nation Police Service in Manitoba, Blood Tribe Police Service, Siksika Nation Police Service and the Tsuu T’ina Nation Police Service in Alberta. Chief McCaffrey served for 10 years with the Treaty Three Police Service in Kenora, Ontario, before assuming the Chief Of Police Role for the Wikwemikong Tribal Police Service in July of 2018.

Chief McCaffrey started his Policing Career in 1996 where he was trained at the RCMP Training Academy – Depot in Regina, Saskatchewan. He has had an extensive career working as a Front Line Officer, a Detective Constable, and a Hostage and Crisis Negotiator integrated with the OPP Regional team for over 10 years. Chief McCaffrey also brings with him, his background as a Training Officer integrated with OPP I.S.T. providing Annual BLOCK and Firearms Training. In addition, Chief McCaffrey has served the public as a Detective Sergeant in charge of Crime, Drugs, Guns and Gangs and Intelligence. Chief McCaffrey served as Detachment Commander for the North Subdivision of the Treaty Three Police Service, where he was responsible for overall Detachment Operations. He was in charge of 30 Officers, 4 Civilian Staff, 8 Communities, Professional Standards, along with the Crime Unit and Drug Unit Operations. To add to this extensive list of responsibilities, Chief McCaffrey also served as his Detachment’s Information Technology Division Supervisor, was responsible as the Officer in Charge of the Records Management System, Uniform Crime Reporting and Freedom of Information Management.

Chief McCaffrey is actively involved in the community and is an alumni Board Member for the Manitoulin District Hospital, Manitoulin Drug Strategy and sits on the Regional Law Enforcement Torch Run Committee in support of Special Olympics Canada.

Chief McCaffrey is President and one of the founding Members of the Indigenous Police Chiefs of Ontario (IPCO), Vice President of the First Nations Chiefs of Police Association (FNCPA), a Member of the Ontario Association of Chiefs of Police (OACP) and the Canadian Association of Chiefs of Police (CACP). Chief McCaffrey also brings his experience from many Local, Regional, Provincial and National Boards in addressing human trafficking, harm reduction, and revising the Provincial Use of Force Model including, the CACP Committee; Policing with Indigenous People and assisting with the design of the Ontario Constable Selection System, ensuring that Indigenous Perspectives are included in the process.

In addition to numerous Service Citations, Chief McCaffrey is an invested Member in the Order of Merit of the Police Forces (M.O.M.) and a recipient of the Peace Officer Exemplary Service Medal for dedicating 20 years of distinguished service to our Communities and the Policing Profession. Chief McCaffrey is also Provincially recognized as a Certified Municipal Manager III – Police Executive (CMM III)

First Nations Chiefs of Police Association

c/o Wikwemikong Tribal Police Service
P.O. Box 27 – 2074 Wikwemikong Way
Wikwemikong, Ontario P0P 2J0
Phone: (705) 859-3141
Fax: (705) 859-2656
Email: [email protected]

 

Chef Shawn Dulude

Chef Shawn Dulude

Vice-Président (Est)

Originaire de Lachine, Québec, le chef Dulude, issu d’une famille de policier, est le 7e membre de la famille à être membre d’un corps policier. Le premier membre des forces policières de sa famille fut son arrière-grand-père, et jusqu’à présent, il est le dernier membre de la famille à avoir suivi la tradition familiale. Shawn a débuté sa carrière en 1993 avec le service de Police de Dorion en tant que patrouilleur ; au fil du temps, les services de police se sont fusionnés à la Sûreté du Québec ; c’est à ce moment que Shawn a développé ses compétences en gravissant les échelons.

De 2004-2010 il est passé de Sergent à Directeur adjoint au détachement de Valleyfield, puis en 2010 il a pris la décision de déménager à Havre St Pierre en tant que directeur où il a pu travailler avec les Premières Nations Mingan et Natashquan.

Après avoir été au service de la Sûreté du Québec pendant 15 ans, Shawn a choisi de prendre sa retraite en 2017 et a entamé un nouveau chapitre de sa carrière en tant que chef de police du Service de police Mohawk d’Akwesasne. Au printemps 2018, Shawn a été élu au poste de secrétaire de l’Association des chefs de police des Premières nations du Québec, et plus récemment élu en tant que vice-président de l’Association des chefs de police canadienne des Premières nations pour la région de l’Est du pays. L’ACPPN est un organisme national qui représente les services de police des Premières nations autonomes dans l’ensemble du Canada. Leurs rôles consistent à renforcer les capacités afin d’améliorer les normes des services de police offerts aux communautés autochtones.

La mission du Service de police Mohawk d’Akwesasne est de travailler au renforcement de la paix, l’harmonie, la justice et les valeurs culturelles sur le territoire d’Akwesasne. D’honorer et de respecter tous les êtres vivants. D’acquérir le plus haut niveau de professionnalisme et de responsabilité en servant les membres de la communauté d’Akwesasne et les régions avoisinantes.

Association des chefs de police des Premières Nations

a/s du Service de police mohawk d’Akwesasne
73 Sweetgrass Lane
Akwesasne (Québec) H0M 1A0
Tél. : 613-575-2340
Téléc. : 613-575-2334
Courriel : [email protected]

Chef Kyle Melting Tallow

Chef Kyle Melting Tallow

Secrétaire-trésorier

Chief Melting Tallow has served his entire policing career in First Nations policing, where he began his policing career as a member of the Siksika Nation Police Service (SNPS) in 1998. In 2002, Chief Melting Tallow joined the Tsuut’ina Nation Police Service (TTNPS) where he continued to work in general patrols in partnership with the RCMP as the TTNPS transitioned into a stand-alone police service.

In 2006, Chief Melting Tallow left the TTNPS and joined the BTPS. Chief Melting Tallow has worked in all areas of the Blood Tribe Police Service (BTPS) including the member-in-charge of the Community Policing Division, member-in-charge of the Support and Administration Division, Professional Standards and Use of Force Instruction. Chief Melting Tallow was also seconded part-time to the Alberta Serious Incident Response Team (ASIRT) in 2014.

In addition to the duties of the Chief of Police, Chief Melting Tallow is Chair of the Alberta Association of Chiefs of Police: Policing with Indigenous Peoples Committee and is Co-Chair of the Canadian Association of Chief of Police: Policing with Indigenous Peoples Committee. Chief Melting Tallow is also in his final year of study at Royal Roads University where he is pursuing his Master of Arts in Leadership degree.

Chief Melting Tallow received his headdress in a traditional transfer ceremony on the day he was sworn in as Chief of Police. This honouring recognized the many years of service and leadership Chief Melting Tallow has dedicated to the people of the Blood Tribe. Chief Melting Tallow is also the recipient of the Queens Diamond Jubilee Medal, Canadian Exemplary Service Medal, Alberta Law Enforcement Long Service Medal, Alberta Emergency Service Medal, First Nations Chiefs of Police Association Long Service Medal and the Blood Tribe Police Service Distinguished Service Medal.

First Nations Chiefs of Police Association

c/o Blood Tribe Police Service
Box 300
Standoff, Alberta TOL 1YO
Tel: (403) 737-8807
Fax: (403) 737-3342
Email: [email protected]

 

Chef Dwayne Zacharie

Chef Dwayne Zacharie

Ancien président

Dwayne Zacharie has worked for the Kahnawake Peacekeepers since 1997. He is currently the Chief Peacekeeper. He is responsible for the administration of all policing functions. In 2013, he was elected President of the First Nations Chiefs of Police Association of Quebec. In 2016, he was elected President of the First Nations Chiefs of Police Association (FNCPA), both of which are national organizations that represents stand-alone First Nation Police Services across Canada.  In October 2018, he was re-elected President of FNCPA.  Their roles are to build capacity in order to raise the standards of policing services offered to Native communities. On October 31st 2019, Chief Dwayne Zacharie was inducted into The Order Of Merit Of The Police Forces by Governor General Julie Payette. The Order was established in October 2000 to recognize a career of exceptional service or distinctive merit displayed by the men and women of Canadian police services.

The Kahnawá:ke Peacekeepers’ primary service is law enforcement within the Territory focusing on safety, protection and accountability as its key areas of concern. Daily tasks include patrols of the community ensuring that laws are being abided by, issuing tickets to offenders, responding to calls for assistance and promoting safety to the public.

First Nations Chiefs of Police Association

c/o Kahnawà:ke Peacekeepers
P.O. Box 203, Old Malone Hwy
Kahnawà:ke, Quebec, J0L 1B0
Tel: (450) 632-6505, ext 232
Fax: (450) 632-5527
Email: [email protected]