Cross Lake First Nation policing consists of Eight (8) members operating two (2) crew cab trucks and three (3) trucks.
Band constables work to uphold the band by-laws and keep peace in the community along with the following duties:

  • Patroling the community 24 hours a day Evictions served with BCR (Band Council Resolution)
  • Control population of stray and dangerous dogs
  • Delivering subpoenas and summonses for or with the Royal Canadian Mounted Police
  • Perform search and rescue
  • Direct traffic in emergency situations
  • Keep journals and log books of occurences in the community


  • History

    The first constable to serve Cross Lake Reserve was McKay Scott. Mr. Scott performed duties, patrolled on foot and received no pay. He started in the 1930's and served for approximately 47 years, no record was kept, information is based on stories told by the elders.







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