First Nation force takes over policing non-Indigenous Alberta community

In one of the first arrangements of its kind in the country, an Indigenous police force has taken over policing of a small non-Indigenous town in Alberta – a move leaders from both communities say could become a model for both reconciliation and rural policing in the province. The Tsuut’ina Nation Police Service, known in the Tsuut’ina language as Tosguna, took over …

Tribal Police Files goes inside the day-to-day lives of officers patrolling Tsuut’ina Nation

In the upcoming season of Tribal Police Files, there is one segment that seems strangely out of place amid the investigations featured in the unscripted series. Advertisement Article content The third and final season of the Aboriginal People’s Television Network show is centred around the Tsuut’ina Nation Police Service. Otherwise known as the Tosguna, which translates to “Black Soldiers,” the …

Tribal Police Files Season 3 premieres on APTN Wednesday January 5, 2022

Tribal Police Files takes you on a journey into the action-packed and often dangerous world of Stl’atl’imx police officers as they put their lives on the line to keep their communities safe, healthy and proud.Learn More at APTNShare this Post

Ready for Change?

Recruitment Open House

Are you ready for a change? We are recruiting. Come be part of our team. Attend this open house event from 6pm to 8pm to learn more about the opportunities with the Tsuut’ina Police Service. Watch our social feeds for further updates as we approach the event date of November 25th. Please email to register.Share this Post

Welcome To Our New, Improved Website

The Tsuut’ina Nation Police Service is a unique policing agency, where we are privileged to serve a strong and progressive First Nations community and have all the benefits and challenges of living and working in proximity to one of the largest metropolitan cities in western Canada, Calgary. The diversity in the policing role at the Tsuut’ina Nation Police Service is …