Treaty Three Police Service Appoints Cheryl Gervais as New Chief of Police

Cheryl Gervais to Lead Treaty Three Police
Cheryl Gervais to Lead Treaty Three Police

Cheryl Gervais to Lead After Two Decades of Dedicated Service

KENORA – The Treaty Three Police Services Board has announced the appointment of Cheryl Gervais as the new Chief of Police for the Treaty Three Police Service. Following Chief Kai Liu’s retirement, Inspector Gervais, with her 20-year tenure and proven leadership, steps into the role.

A member of Iskatewizaagegan #39 First Nation, Gervais’s deep commitment to community safety and policing excellence has been pivotal in her selection. The Board expresses confidence in her ability to guide T3PS in serving the 23 First Nation communities within the Treaty #3 territory with distinction.

Cheryl Gervais’s selection as Chief of Police signifies a new chapter for the Treaty Three Police Service, and the Board is confident that she will provide strong and effective leadership as they work to ensure the safety and well-being of the communities. Treaty Three Police Service is a self-administered Policing entity under the First Nations Policing Program in Canada and is responsible for full policing duties in 23 First Nation Communities in the Treaty #3 territory.

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