Ethics mandating law students evaluate supervisor
Their primary focus is on crime prevention and building relationships within their communities.
Three Community Constables have been serving in "D" Division since 2013.
Supervisors have a responsibility to help ensure that subordinates are aware of their ethical obligations under the Standards of Conduct and that subordinates know how to contact agency ethics officials.
Supervisors are also responsible for working with agency ethics officials to help resolve conflicts of interest and enforce government ethics laws and regulations, including those requiring certain employees to file financial disclosure reports.
Of these, there were 164 missing and 1,017 homicide victims, making Indigenous women and girls over-represented among missing and murdered women in Canada.
Every supervisor in the executive branch has a heightened personal responsibility for advancing government ethics.
It is imperative that supervisors serve as models of ethical behavior for subordinates.
The program contains significant improvements to the former Band Constable Program through a focus on qualifications, training, and a clear legislative foundation and program parameters, as well as defining the relationship between the First Nation Safety Officers and local policing authorities.
Manitoba had 31 First Nation communities that received funding through Public Safety Canada for the Band Constable Program.