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Teieia'torehtáhkhwa ne Kahnawá:ke

Court of Kahnawá:ke

Teieia'torehtáhkhwa ne Kahnawá:keThe Court of Kahnawá:ke is committed to respecting the rights of its clientele and ensuring openness, transparency, professionalism and client satisfaction. The Court of Kahnawá:ke is divided into two departments: Criminal and Traffic. Criminal Court is for summary convictions and Traffic Court is for ticket offenses. Hearings are held weekly on Fridays at 9:00 a.m. with the exception of Night Court which is held once a month on Wednesdays at 5:30 p.m.

The administration building is on River road a few metres East of the St.Francis Xavier Church and Court Sessions are held at the Kahnawake Peacekeeper Station located near Route 132 and Blind Lady's Hill.

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The Court of Kahnawá:ke offers (free of charge):

  • Teieia'torehtáhkhwa ne Kahnawá:keServices of a Native Court Worker for legal inquiries and court appearances;
  • Peacemaking and restorative justice forums conducted by trained community members;
  • Compensatory work for payment of traffic tickets and community work for probation orders;
  • Services of a French translator for hearings held at the Court of Kahnawá:ke;
  • Civil marriages performed by a Justice of the Peace (fee of $185)
  • Services of a probation officer
  • Service of commissioner of oaths

Please forward any comments or suggestions regarding services to the Director of Justice of the Court of Kahnawá:ke. The Court is committed to offering the best quality services possible. Rest assured that your comments will be addressed in a confidential manner.

ADDRESS:

P.O. Box 1239
Kahnawá:ke Mohawk Territory, J0L 1B0

CONTACT:

450-638-5647

FAX:

450-638-5930



Kahnawá:ke Justice Commission

The Kahnawá:ke Justice Commission’s mandate is to integrate traditional Mohawk principles into the Kahnawá:ke Justice System; assure fair and just resolution of conflict through the creation or modification of justice services; plan and implement prevention of conflict, violence and crime by developing relevant programs and to educate the public on justice initiatives and administer and order the justice system of Kahnawá:ke.

Commission Members:

  • Ron Skye, Chairperson
  • Mike Bush
  • Vickie Coury Jocks
  • Stephanie Cross
  • Josephine Curotte
  • Dale Dione-Dell (Community Representative)
  • Derek Montour
  • Jean Pommainville
  • Kahsennenhawe Sky-Deer
  • Dwayne Zacharie
  • Jo-Ann Stacey

ADDRESS:

Kahnawá:ke Justice Commission
P.O. Box 1239
Kahnawá:ke Mohawk Territory, J0L 1B0

CONTACT:

450-638-5647 #232

FAX:

450-638-5930




Peacekeepers Ethics Committee

The Peacekeeper Ethics Committee (PEC) was instituted to consider complaints made by any person against one or more members of the Kahnawá:ke Peacekeepers and to make recommendations to the Peacekeeper Services Board (PSB) for the modification of  administrative or operational practices that will enable the Kahnawá:ke Peacekeepers to fulfill their mandate more efficiently, effectively and in accordance with the needs and expectations of the Mohawk People of Kahnawá:ke.

Committee Members:

  • Trina C. Diabo, Chairperson
  • Dale Jacobs
  • Hazel Mayo
  • Richard T. Nolan

ADDRESS:

PK Ethics Committee
P.O. Box 1933
Kahnawá:ke Mohawk Territory, J0L 1B0

CONTACT:

450-638-5647 #232

FAX:

450-638-5930

 



Peacekeepers Services Board

The Peacekeeper Services Board's mandate is to establish effective policies and guidelines for the management and administration of the Kahnawá:ke Peacekeepers.

Board Members:

  • Ron Skye, Chairperson
  • George Dalbert Phillips, Secretary
  • Ka'nahsohon Kevin Deer
  • Christine Zachary-Deom

ADDRESS:

Peacekeeper Services Board
P.O. Box 1239
Kahnawá:ke Mohawk Territory, J0L 1B0

CONTACT:

450-638-5647 #232

FAX:

450-638-5930

 

 

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