Siksika Nation Chief and Council continue to promote safety in our community. The Public Safety Taskforce has launched a safety campaign in our community to fight the war on drugs. Signage has been placed throughout the Nation with information to report suspected drug trafficking.
“This is an ongoing community effort; we need to stay vigilant and ensure our children and elders are protected.” explains Public Safety Taskforce Chair Councillor Carlin Black Rabbit.
Residents of Siksika can call the following numbers to report:
- Local Detachment 403-734-3056
- Crime Stoppers: 1-800-222-8477 (TIPS) or online at: www.P3Tips.com
In addition to ensuring public safety in our community, please respect the new speed limit change on the 901 highway, the speed limit has been reduced from 100 km to 80 km. Signage has been put up by Napi Outdoors to help promote the new reduced speed limit. Special thanks to our Communications Specialist Lynn Calf Robe for designing both signs, and Dexter Red Gun who donated the two new signs.