Rama Police Service

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BEAR-WISE PRESENTATION & COMMUNITY CLEAN-UP

Published on Apr 22, 2014

 

Bear Wise – What You Can Do?

People are reminded to take the necessary steps to help avoid attracting black bears into populated areas.  Click here to download Flyer.

Meeting at the Community Hall 
Sunday April 27th, 2014 at 10:00am-1:30pm. 
Pizza lunch will be provided for volunteers / door prizes to be won 
Lunch & Presentation 12:30pm – 1:30pm 
 
Organized by the Rama Police Service 
Twitter @Rama_Police 

Click here to see full details.

 

National Addictions Awareness Week

Published on Nov 6, 2013

National Addictions Awareness Week is November 18-24, 2013.  A group of service providers have come together once again to create awareness of alcohol and other drug use through a media/email campaign.  Last yearâ€â„¢s campaign was an incredible success and with your help, we hope it will be again this year! 

Linked below you will find a series of 5 blogs/short media articles for each day of the work week. 

            Day 1                Day 2                 Day 3                Day 4                Day 5

Please feel free to use some or all of the information attached in any upcoming staff/community newsletters and forward this email to others you think would be interested.  With your help, we are hoping to raise awareness of issues of addiction in Simcoe Muskoka and where to go to get help. 

Thank you for your assistance and if you have any questions or concerns, please do not hesitate to contact:

Suzanne Witt-Foley
Community Outreach
Addiction Outreach Muskoka Parry Sound
Cell: 705-644-9953
Tel:  705-746-7113
Fax:  705-746-7157
swittfoley@aomps.com
www.aomps.com

 

 

Barrie Man Receives Numerous Criminal Charges

Published on Jun 19, 2013


On the 11th of June, 2013 a 21-year-old Barrie man was arrested by the Ontario Provincial Police following a canine track that ended in Oro-Medonte Twp.  The accused was subsequently transferred into the custody of the Rama Police Service where he was charged with an additional 12 criminal offences.
 
 
 

Rama Police Announce 2012- 2014 Strategic Plan

Published on Mar 28, 2013

Rama Police Service 2012 - 2014 Strategic Plan

In 2011, we initiated a comprehensive process of consultation and analysis toward the development
of a 2012–2014 Strategic Plan for the Rama Police Service. This plan is inclusive of the valuable perspectives of our members, community, partners and stakeholders. By planning for the future we will keep Rama Police Service focussed along a path of self-determination.

This plan reinforces our commitment to our vision of… A safe community protected and policed with honour and respect. The priorities that emerged provide a proactive and holistic approach to community safety. Rama Police Service recognizes that the responsibility for safety, security and reduced victimization within our community is a shared one. Fundamental to this concept is our continued efforts to maintain and establish respectful relationships.

As a strong sustainable First Nation Police Service we will continue to uphold the laws of our land according to our guiding principles.

To view the complete Rama Police Service 2012-2014 Strategic Plan Click here

John C. Domm, B.A.A., M.A., CMMIII
Chief of Police
Rama Police Service

Bids for Band Owned Vehicle

Published on Mar 1, 2013

 

 

 

Bids for Band Owned Vehicle

 

Please provide sealed envelope bids by 12:00 pm on Thursday, March 28th, 2013 to Lori St. Germaine, Police Service Board Chairperson, at the Chippewas of Rama First Nation Administration Office located at:

 

5884 Rama Road, Suite 200

Rama, Ontario

L3V 6H6

 

Please indicate on the outside of the envelope what you are bidding on.

 

Vehicle sold as is, from its location at the back parking lot of the Rama Police Service   building, 7450 Williams Road, Rama, Ontario.  To view or if you have any questions on this vehicle please call Ms. Melinda Douglas at (705) 325-7773.

 

Vehicle Details:

 

2008 Chevrolet Impala Serial Number #2G1WB58K589176401 vehicle was used by Rama Police department.

Mileage:  80,000 km

 

 

Chippewas of Rama First Nation does not assume any responsibility for further repairs on the above vehicle or any additional costs involved in moving the vehicle from its current location.  It is the bidders’ responsibility to inspect and determine the status of the vehicle.  Vehicle is sold as is.  Chippewas of Rama First Nation has the right to decline any offer or bid at their discretion.

2013 Crime Prevention Awareness

Published on Feb 27, 2013

The Rama Police Service is dedicated to serving our community ensuring safety and security.  The Rama Police participates in Crime Prevention awareness with Ontario Association of Chiefs of Police and through that partnership a hard cover booklet has been made available to anyone who would like one.  They are available at the front desk area of the Government Services Building and the Police Station.  Also our Police Officers will be delivering them to the Seniors building and if you know of anyone who would like a booklet please call the Rama Police Service and an Officer will be glad to bring you a booklet and talk with you about Crime Prevention.  Below is a hyperline where you can view an electronic copy of the booklet.

2013 Crime Prevention Awareness

REQUEST FOR LETTERS OF INTEREST RAMA POLICE SERVICES BOARD

Published on Nov 21, 2012

Rama Police Services Board is currently seeking letters of interest from community members who would like to serve as a member of the Rama Police Services Board.

 

The purpose of the Board, on behalf of the Chippewas of Rama First Nation Chief and Council, is to provide civilian oversight to the activities of the Rama Police Service.  Specifically, it will provide the long-term vision, leadership and policy directions to the Police Chief.  The Board will play a key role in ensuring that the Rama Police Service carries out its actions and activities in a professional and acceptable manner.

 

TERM OF APPOINTMENT

 

Rama Police Services board member term of appointment is three (3) years, renewable for one (1) additional term.  The appointment will commence on March 2013, ending March, 2016.      

 

CRITERIA FOR BOARD MEMBERS

 

Appointments are governed by the overriding principle of selection based on merit.  Therefore, prospective Board Members must meet the following qualifications;

 

§         Be a member of the Rama First Nation

§         Must provide a criminal reference check record

§         Be willing to attend personal interview

§         Possess knowledge about, and interest in the community

§         Ability to understand the complexities of policing

§         Commitment to protecting fairness, avoid conflict of interest and maintaining neutrality and objectivity

§         Willingness, ability and availability to meet time commitments related to Board duties

§         Ability to work with a variety of situations and people

§         Ability to deal with potentially difficult and complex interpersonal situations

§         Willingness to contribute to consensual solutions that address community needs and concerns.

 

 

SUBMISSION PROCEDURE

 

Community members can forward their letters of interest, ATTN: Lori St. Germain,
Chair of Rama Police Service Board 5884 Rama Road, Suite 200 Rama Ontario L3V 6H6 on or before Friday, December 21, 2012, 12:00 p.m.

 

If you require further information, please contact Chair Lori St. Germain at 705-325-3611 ext. 1235.

 

 

Sisters in Spirit Candlelight Vigil

Published on Sep 20, 2012

 

 

 

Biminaawzogin Regional

Aboriginal Women's Circle

&

The Simcoe County  Violence Against

Women's Coordinating Committee

Presents.........

Sisters in Spirt Candlelight Vigil

When: Thursday October 4, 2012

Time: 6:00pm - 8:00pm

Location: The Traditional Healing Circle-

Orillia Soldier's Memorial Hospital

(off of Volunteer Drive)

 

170 Colborne Street West

Orillia, Ontario

This event will raise public awareness of alarmingly high rates of violence against Aboriginal women in Canada, as well as, honour our lost sisters and show support to their families. 

 

 

Police Week May 13th to 19th, 2012

Published on May 15, 2012

Police Week is May 13th to May 19th 2012 and this year's theme is  "Leading the Way to a Safer Tomorrow".  Police Week is celebrated around this time every year in Ontario to coincide with Peace Officers Memorial Day which is recognized internationally on May 15th.  Police Week is an annual event dedicated to promoting Crime Prevention and awareness of Policing Services within the Community.

One initiative the Rama Police Service has undertaken is the "Lock it or Lose it" program.  Our officers have been on foot patrol this week checking vehicles to ensure that they are locked and have valuables safely stored out of view or in the trunk of their car.  The pamphlets are left on the car as a friendly reminder to "Lock it or Lose it" and a check list is filled out to remind owners if their valuables were visible or if their vehicle was not deemed a potential target for theft.  Overall, the results have been favorable but people are still leaving GPS units, luggage, purses and cell phones out in the open rather than safely locked in the trunk of their vehicles.

To view a copy of The E-Booklet which contains Crime Prevention information please Click Here courtesy of OACP (Ontario Association of Chief's of Police). 

For further information regarding Internet Safety, Cyber Bullying and anything you need to know on how to monitor your child's internet usage please Click Here

 

To view S/Sgt T. Batisse of the Rama Police Service providing information regarding the "Lock it or Lose it Program"  please CLICK HERE 

Celebrate Police Week! View our video of the real faces of policing in Ontario! CLICK HERE

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