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P.O. Box 37, Portage la Prairie, MB, Canada, R1N 3B2   Phone: (204) 856-5370   Fax: (204) 856-5389    Email: dops@dops.org

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Originally established as the Dakota Ojibway Tribal Council (DOTC) Police Department in 1977, the department now operates as the Dakota Ojibway Police Service.

As one of the longest operating First Nation Police Services in Canada, Dakota Ojibway Police Service is a recognized self-administered police agency located in southern Manitoba, providing policing services to the following Dakota Ojibway Tribal Council First Nation communities:

Map of DOPS Police Communities (Manitoba)
- Birdtail Sioux - South of Birtle, Manitoba 
- Canupawakpa Dakota - South of Virden, Manitoba
- Long Plain First Nation - Southwest of Portage la Prairie 
- Roseau River - North of Emerson, Manitoba
- Sandy Bay - North of Portage la Prairie
- Waywayseecappo - East of Russell, Manitoba

Dakota Ojibway Police Service

Message from the Chief of Police

Thank you for visiting Dakota Ojibway Police Service Website. Originally established in 1977, Dakota Ojibway Police Service is one of the longest operating First Nation Police Services in Canada. All employees of our police service endeavour to ensure the public safety and security of our Communities through education, enforcement, and the delivery of various crime prevention initiatives and programs.

Collaboratively with our community stakeholders and partners in service delivery, we are committed to provide a professional and culturally compatible police service with respect for the traditions and culture of the First Nation people we are honored to serve.

Dakota Ojibway Police Service provides continues to work on initiatives internally to enhance communication with our Communities. While at the same time engaging our Community Members, Leaders, Elders and Youth to ensure that their voices are heard in the identification of community policing priorities.

H.C. (Conrad) DeLaronde
Chief of Police
Dakota Ojibway Police Service

Originally established in 1977

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