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Aboriginal initiatives, building respectful relationships / Ontario Provincial Police.

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Canadian Policing Research Catalogue






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1 online resource (44 pages)


"January 16, 2006."
"Projects Prepared by Parties to the Inquiry"--Ipperwash Inquiry website.
"OPP's follow-up to the January 26 and 27, 2006 forum for the Ipperwash Inquiry"--Ipperwash Inquiry website.
The original document was published on the public website of the Government of Ontario. © Queen’s Printer for Ontario, 2006. Reproduced with permission.


These materials are entitled "Ontario Provincial Police: Aboriginal Initiatives – Building Respectful Relationships". They are designed to accompany a two-day presentation by OPP Commissioner Gwen Boniface and others in Forest, Ontario on January 26 and 27, 2006. Pursuant to Part II of the Inquiry’s mandate, the presentation is intended to describe the OPP’s mission, vision and values in providing services to Aboriginal people and communities, as well as existing OPP initiatives to build and maintain respectful relationships with them. At this point, the materials are in draft form. It is expected that they will be supplemented by more detailed and focused discussion during the OPP presentation. Equally important, the OPP welcomes a dialogue during and following its presentation on what it is doing and how to continue to build strong relationships. Accordingly, the materials are only a starting point to facilitate discussion.


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Aboriginal Initiatives, Building Respectful Relationships Forum (2006 : Forest, Ontario)

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