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Development Lands

With construction moving ahead in the Development Lands, we remind our Nation members of the increase in construction traffic and heavy machinery present along Bullhead Road and the soon to be open Chiila Boulevard, so please drive slowly and yield to construction...
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Car Break Ins

Never leave your car running with the keys in it, and always remember to put valuables in your trunk or out of sight. Leaving your car running, or leaving items of value, even change, in plain sight can be an invitation to the criminally minded to steal or break into...
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Winter Driving Tips 2017/2018

The winter and the cold weather is upon us which means a higher risk of traffic collisions. Please slow down, make sure you have winter or all season tires that are in good condition, and give yourself plenty of time to get to your destination by leaving early. We...
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Officer Profiles

Inspector Clint Healy


Inspector Healy has been with the Tsuut’ina Nation Police Service for over fourteen (14) years.  Previous to his time at Tsuut’ina, Inspector Healy started his career with the Siksika Nation Police Service, and then the Blood Tribe Police Service.  With a wide exposure to different First Nations policing models, Insp. Healy has taken a signficant leadership role within the TNPS.

During his time with the Tsuut’ina Nation Police Service, Inspector Healy has spearheaded major investigations, conducted high level interviews and been in charge of several patrol units.

Inspector Healy is in charge of the Operations Section of the Tsuut’ina Nation Police Service, overseeing daily patrol operations, training and major operations. He is also involved in the many Special Service Projects that the Nation Development has spurred on.



Sergeant Quinn Jacques

Sgt. Jacques joined our Service in 2016. Prior to joining the Tsuu T’ina Nation Police Service, Quinn served 25 ½ years with the Calgary Police Service – retiring as the Staff Sergeant in charge of the Guns and Gangs Unit.  This unit was, and is, instrumental in combating gang activity in Calgary.

Quinn’s work experience includes assignments in the Criminal Intelligence Unit, the Drug Unit, the Integrated Response to Organized Crime Unit (IROC), the Gang Suppression Team and the Strike Force Unit. Quinn has spent the majority of his career either investigating, or managing, gang, drug or organized crime offenses.

The knowledge and experience Quinn brings has added depth and ability in the interdiction and investigation of gang related activity, as well as major crime investigation.




Sergeant Shane Powers


Sergeant Shane Powers is an operational patrol sergeant with the Tsuut’ina Nation Police Service. Shane has been with the TNPS since May of 2014.  Prior to joining the TNPS he spent twelve and a half years with the Royal Canadian Mounted Police.

While a member of the RCMP, Shane spent the first five years working patrol on the Stoney First Nation at Morley, Alberta, and shortly thereafter became a member of the Calgary Emergency Response Team (Tactical Unit).  Sergeant Powers spent a total of ten years with the Emergency Response Team as an assaulter and a sniper, in addition to working in Federal Drug Enforcement, National Security Enforcement Section (NSES) and Plain Clothes General Investigation Section (Cochrane GIS).  In May of 2014, Shane left the RCMP and joined the team at TNPS.  Sergeant Powers is one of only a handful of Master Carbine trainers in Alberta and conducts our carbine qualifications and re-certifications.

Sgt. Powers: “I have been so fortunate to have found a home within the TTNPS and the Tsuut’ina Community; loving every minute of my time here.  I am married with have two girls and spent most of my time outside of work coaching their teams, attending their sporting events, along with their other extracurricular activities.  I also enjoy hiking, climbing, volunteering and reading in my spare time.”

Corporal Dawn Blake


After spending 12 years with the RCMP, Dawn joined the Tsuut’ina Nation Police Service in 2010.

She has investigated the majority of Major Crimes Investigations on the Tsuut’ina Nation since her arrival and is the primary interviewer for our major crimes investigations.

Dawn is currently in charge of the Community Response Unit of the TNPS where she has three officers under her supervision.  She is also supervisor of the Crime Prevention position and both develops and supports proactive initiatives in the community.  As part of her duties, Corporal Blake additionally provides oversight to all High Risk file investigations within the Service.

Dawn has been the driving force behind the TNPS’ community programs over the past six years, in addition to her successful work as the inaugural Community Youth and Family Liaison Officer, a position created to build relationships with the youth in the community.  With a strong commitment to the Nation, she continues to build and develop relationships that further the services that we are able to offer to our community.

Note from Admin ****  Corporal Blake is the recipient of the 2017 Officer of the Year Award from the First Nations Chiefs of Police Association!  Dawn was presented her award in April, 2017, in Ontario, and in true fashion, was an excellent ambassador of our Service.