First Nation Safety Officer Program

Brokenhead Ojibway Nation (BON) Security has been in effect since early October-2009. BON Security changed to the First Nation Safety Officer program in 2016. The program employee’s at the present a full time manager, two full-time FNSO Officer’s,and six part-time By-Law Officer’s.  This program is geared to maintaining the health and safety of the community members, employees, BON buildings, and grounds. This program runs seven days a week and 24 hours a day.

BON FNSO program works under the direction of Chief & Council, along with reporting to the Director of Operations.

The program enforces all Municipal and BON By-laws. Check commercial buildings, private building for burglaries or vandalism on a regular basis.

Respond to all regular or emergency situations that may arise. Assist other enforcement agencies when called to the reserve. Oversee all special events, to further maintain the health and safety of the community.

Observe and report traffic hazards. Regulate safe movement of traffic on roads when necessary. Ex: Funerals, accidents, floods, etc.

Above all else submit documentation, incident reports, logs to the Chief& Council, Director of Operations daily. Keeping Brokenhead Ojibway Nation safe for community members and visitor’s.                                                                                                   

Also the FNSO Program runs the Fine Options program for the reserve for any band members wanting to work off any fines they may owe. I would set up a work schedule for the client and assign work in the community between all programs who could utilize the hours of each individual client.


P.O. Box 180
Scanterbury, MB
R0E 1W0
Ph: 204-766-2222
Fax: 204-766-2021
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