Ginoogaming First NationPolicing and Security
Currently the Anishinabek Police provides policing services to sixteen First Nation communities across Ontario, stretching from Kettle & Stony Point First Nation in the south to Fort William First Nation in the north.
The APS Headquarters is located in Garden River First Nation near Sault Ste. Marie, Ontario. There are twelve detachments serving the sixteen First Nations. Anishinabek Police Service has 62 sworn officers and 21 civilian members.
Funding for the service is negotiated through a tripartite agreement with the Federal & Provincial governments and the member nations. The funding is distributed by way of 48% from the Province of Ontario and 52% from Canada.
The Police Governing Authority is the employer of the Anishinabek Police Service. The PGA is the governing board that consists of one representative from each member nation. From within the board members appoint a chairperson and vice-chairperson.
The Anishinabek Police Service is divided into 3 regions, north, south and central; with a Director for each region and a Sergeant in each detachment.
100 Balsam St, Box 1079
LONG LAC, ON
Tel: (807) 876-1606
Fax: (807) 876-2993
Constable Guy Gladu & Sergeant Derek Echum