In recognition for Sgt. Laporte’s dedication and hard work for Lac Seul communities & police service
Cst. Nicki Rossi has attended the Grade 1 class in Obishikokaang School in Frenchman’s Head.
A young artist by the name of Angel Bois, a grade 3 student, drew a picture and gave it to Constable Chisel as a gift. We made this picture our cover for this years christmas cards. In the picture, Chief Rossi and Sgt. Laporte are thanking Angel for the great artwork. Happy holidays from the…
LSPS Constable Gordon displaying various types of furs and explaining the importance of trapping to First Nations.
Today we began negotiations with Public Safety Canada, the Province of Ontario, Lac Seul Police Board and Lac Seul Police Service. The negotiations went well and will continue into 2023. These negotiations will build strong relationships between both levels of government and will allow the police service to provide a better level of safe and…
Lac Seul Police have attended Remembrance Day ceremonies at Lac Seul in Frenchman’s Head and in the town of Hudson, Ontario to honor our soldiers through the wars we have all endured. Thank you for your service.
This year, the week of November 6 to 12, 2022 has been designated Crime Prevention Week in Ontario
Say Hello to LSPS new recruits Steven Gray and Bradyn Edwards
The Lac Seul Police joined the Frenchman’s Head School and the Community in a walk to support the Truth and Reconciliation and Every Child Matters Initiative. Shortly after the walk everyone attended a community BBQ and enjoyed the day.
Proudly serving the Lac Seul First Nation communities of Frenchman’s Head, Kejick Bay, Whitefish Bay for 25 years.
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