Eeyou Eenou Police Force

Proud to serve Eeyou Istchee 24 hours a day, seven days a week.

The Eeyou Eenou Police Force (EEPF) is a regional police service organized under the administration of the Cree Nation Government since April 1, 2011. The EEPF is dedicated to delivering police services in partnership with our communities to keep residents safe.

EEPF serves Eeyou Istchee through nine local detachments divided into two districts (Coastal and Inland).




Our mission is to maintain peace, order and public security, to prevent and repress crime and offences under the law and Cree communities by-laws throughout Eeyou Istchee. In pursuing our mission, the EEPF and its members ensure the safety of persons and property, safeguard rights and freedoms, as well as respect and remain attentive to the needs of victims. In order to uphold community policing, we partner strategically with key stakeholders to offer the highest level of public security and social wellness for our people throughout the territory.


Proud of our origins, we are committed to providing professional policing services throughout Eeyou Istchee in partnership with the communities we serve. Our staff works from eleven different locations, including the Court Liaison office located in Amos. We collaborate with the Cree Nation Government’s Human Resources and Apatisiiwin Skills Development departments to strengthen our recruitment efforts.

Core Values

By recognizing the value of each EEPF employee, we create and maintain an environment of individual safety, well-being, and development.

The following values shape our work:

  • Professionalism
  • Integrity
  • Respect
  • Accountability

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Joining the Eeyou Eenou Police Force is a great way to be involved in the well-being of your community and Eeyou Istchee.

We create awareness on crime prevention and many other topics. We go to schools and local assemblies to inform community members about issues such as vandalism, bullying, and Crime Stoppers (Échec au Crime). We have road blocks to remind drivers and their passengers about the Highway Safety Code. We take part in events that inform about topics such as Elder Abuse, Suicide Awareness and Prevention, and Conjugal Violence.

Cree communities have their own needs in law enforcement. We believe in community policing: more support and less arrests. Using our language and traditional ways of communication makes a difference for everyone involved. That’s why we are asking you to be part of the solution. Get involved and help us make our communities healthier and safer.

We have a new Attestation of College Studies (ACS) program for Cree beneficiaries. Once you have your high school diploma, you can apply to be in the next group of officers-in-training. The program is made up of three months of classroom training in Rouyn-Noranda, thirteen weeks in Nicolet for Special Constable training, then a return to the Cree communities. You’ll spend up to a year training on-the-job and gaining valuable experience alongside Eeyou Eenou Police Force Patrol Officers. The program is completed with three weeks at the École Nationale de Police du Québec.

In order to join the next cohort, you need to supply the following documents: high school transcripts, Secondary 5 Diploma, Motivation letter and resume, Cegep de l’Abitibi-Temiscamingue application forms, and EEPF cohort application form. We’ll also need photocopies of your Certificate of Indian Status, Quebec Health Card, Driver’s License, and Birth Certificate. A background check will be completed to ensure your eligibility into the police training program.

After attending the Selection Camp, you will undergo a physical health exam. We highly encourage you to follow a healthy, active lifestyle in order to keep up with the demands in training and on-the-job.

Call (819) 856-5660 or email for more information. Like and follow Eeyou Eenou Police Force on Facebook, Eeyoueenoupoliceforce on Instagram, and Eeyoueenoupoliceforce on TikTok.



For general inquiries, call your local detachment during regular business hours.

If you need a background check, bring two pieces of valid government photo identification to the detachment. The Administrative Assistant will help you with this free service.

Chisasibi: Lieutenant Randy Kitchen  (819) 855-3499

Eastmain: various Lieutenants  (819) 977-0213

Mistissini: Lieutenant Robie Petawabano  (418) 923-3317 and 3318

Nemaska: Lieutenant Bradley Mianscum  (819) 673-2508

Oujé-Bougoumou: Lieutenant Robert Mianscum  (418) 745-4060

Waskaganish: Lieutenant Terence Hester  (819) 895-2029

Waswanipi: Lieutenant Shannon Nakogee  (819) 753-2080

Wemindji: Lieutenant Patrick Masty  (819) 978-3655

Whapmagoostui: Lieutenant Steven Boudrias  (819) 929-3748


Eeyou Eenou Call Dispatch Centre

The Eeyou Eenou Call Dispatch Centre was launched on May 30, 2021. The first community to be served was Chisasibi, followed by Oujé-Bougoumou on July 19, 2021. Wemindji was added on August 16, Waskaganish on January 31, 2022, then both Waswanipi and Nemaska on February 21, 2022. The last three detachments will be incorporated by the end of 2022.

Dylan Sam is the new Coordinator (as of April 4, 2022); he was one of the original Dispatchers and quickly became Team Leader. His predecessor, Marie-Pier Roy, was a CRPQ Technician for 9 years before helping to build the Call Dispatch Centre after years of planning by EEPF Senior Management.

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459 Wolverine Road, Eeyou Istchee, QC J0M 1E0, Canada

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Friday 8:30am to 1:00pm



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