About WTPS

The Wikwemikong Tribal Police Service presently has a Chief of Police, 1 Staff Sergeant, 3 Platoon Sergeants, 1 Detective Sergeant, 1 Detective Constable, 1 Community Service Officer, 9 Officers, and an Offender Transport Officer. Our civilian staff consists of a Finance Officer, a Court Case Manager, an Executive Assistant and 2 Data Processors.

Constables have received specialized training in the areas of Marine Operation, Intoxilyzer Technician, Sexual Assault Investigators, Domestic Violence Investigators, Community Services, Criminal and Major Crime Investigators, Human Trafficing Investigators, Drug and Gang Investigators, SFST (Standard Field Sobriety Testing), VTRA (Violent Threat Risk Assessment), Scenes of Crime Officers, and DNA Collection.

The Wikwemikong Tribal Police is equipped with several force vehicles, unmarked vehicles and a marine vessel. A moving and stationary radar devices are used for Traffic Enforcement, Roadside Screening Devices are used to help combat impaired drivers, and an Intoxilyzer 8000C is used to determine blood alcohol levels.

The Wikwemikong Tribal Police Service moved into their current Police Facility on November 11, 2005. Our building maintains a temporary detention centre.

Mission Statement

The mission of the Wikwemikong Police Service is to deliver a Community based Policing Service. This will be fulfilled by developing a cooperative relationship with the Community. The Service will discharge its’ duties in a manner sensitive to and consistent with the needs, customs, culture and rights of the Community. The prime focus of the Service will be the protection of people and property, crime prevention, crime detection, apprehension of offenders and traffic safety. The achievement of the goals set out in this statement will be the undertaking of each and every member of the service.