FSIN calls on feds, policing partners to help curb tragedies on Indigenous communities – northeastNOW

Sep 8, 2021

Avoidable and preventable tragedies.

That’s how the Federation of Sovereign Indigenous Nations (FSIN) described recent events in Indigenous communities in Saskatchewan.

This was all from a release by the FSIN on Tuesday afternoon, asking for “collaborative, strategic planning from all community policing partners.”

The losses have been vast, according to the FSIN’s release. It said these tragedies — located on the Beardy’s, Ochapowace, Flying Dust and George Gordon First Nations, among others — have been connected to drug and alcohol abuse, addictions, mental health and a lack of “proactive care and attention” from those with the authority and capacity to address the issues.

Read More: https://northeastnow.com/2021/09/08/fsin-calls-on-feds-policing-partners-to-help-curb-tragedies-on-indigenous-communities/

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