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Welcome back to the STPS Board, Chief Dean Nelson...
Chief Dean Nelson of Lil'wat Nation returns to the STPS Board as a representative for Lil'wat Nation. Lil'wat Nation serves as a headquarter community for the Stl'atl'imx Tribal Police Service with one of the two STPS detachments located within its territory. Lil'wat Nation provides the Mount Currie detachment facility to the STPS in order for the organization to perform its full policing services for the ten St'at'imc communities - five southern communities in the Mount Currie area and another five northern communities in the Lillooet area.
Sergeant Michael Leo has served as an Officer for the STPS for over 30 years, dedicating his efforts to the southern communities of N'Quatqua, Skatin, Samahquam, Xa'xtsa and Lil'wat Nation.
Congratulations to the Justice Institute of British Columbia (JIBC) Police Academy Graduates of 2019...
Officer Chelsea JOHN received his Police Studies Certificate on November 1, 2019 with over fifty other recruits. He was chosen to represent Recruit Class 159 as valedictorian and delivered the graduation speech to the public and to his fellow graduating police officers at the JIBC ceremony. The Police Academy trains recruits who have applied and been selected by individual Municipal Police Departments.
The Stl'atl'imx Tribal Police Service is GROWING...
The Stl'atl'imx Tribal Police Service has welcomed a new member on board at the Lillooet Office. Constable Chelsea John is from Ts'kw'aylaxw near Pavilion BC. He has completed his training at the Justice Institute of British Columbia and is now working full time in Lillooet for the STPS.
Our training takes over eight months to complete, where recruits are taught the legal studies, dress and deportment, traffic studies, Investigation and Patrol, driver training, fire arms training, use of force and have a strict physical fitness component which is required during and outside of the Police Academy hours. Our recruits train with the recruits from other municipal departments from all over British Columbia, such as; Abbotsford Police Department, New Westminister Police Department, Saanich Police Department, Delta Police Department, Victoria Police Department, West Vancouver Police Department, Vancouver Police Department, Port Moody Police Department and the South Coast British Columbia Transit Authority Police Service.
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