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Nó:nen Teka’niénhsken’ne Iakotiia’takéhnhas Tkaiatakwe’niiò:ke

Public Safety Unit

Nó:nen Teka’niénhsken’ne Iakotiia’takéhnhas Tkaiatakwe’niiò:ke

It is hereby confirmed that there is a Commission established by the MCK, through MCED: # 2017-2018 called the Kahnawà:ke  Public Safety Commission (hereinafter referred to the “KPSC”).


The KPSC will establish an integrated approach to Public Safety to ensure that the safety and physical well-being of the public is achieved through the delivery of prevention strategies, advocacy/education and strategic planning of issues related to Public Safety within the Mohawk Territory of Kahnawà:ke including Tiowero:ton (hereinafter referred to as the “Territories”. 

Public Safety Commission Mandate

Public Safety Unit

The Public Safety Unit is comprised of all departments responsible for public safety and security. These include:


Animal Protection Survey 2018, Final Report

February 25, 2019

Click here to view the Final Report

Community-Based Consultation Reports now available

August 3, 2018

The Public Safety Commission, conjunction with the Peacekeeper Service Board have made available the Community-Based Consultation Reports of projects that were carried out in 2015 and 2017 to gauge perception and knowledge about crime, crime prevention, and crime prevention initiatives. These studies were carried out to assist the Peacekeeper Service Board and Chief Peacekeeper in implementing strategies surrounding community-based policing initiatives.

The reports can be accessed below:

- Community Consultation Survey on Crime Prevention and Community Policing Results - 2017
- Public Safety Consultation Project: Community Perspectives on Policing and Crime within the Mohawk Territory of Kahnawà:ke - 2015

207 Safety Survey results available for viewing

March 16, 2017

The Public Safety Commission has released the results from public consultations conducted in September 2016 concerning the use of Route 207. A safety survey was conducted with residents and business owners on Route 207, as well as a heavy truck and car count operation in September and October (2016) to provide a comprehensive report on traffic issues regarding the use of Route 207.

Click here to view the report

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