SZUHMINS I UCWALMICWA

“Protecting the People”

Our force may be small, but we serve each day with honour and respect.

Welcome to Stl’atl’imx Tribal Police Service

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SZUHMINS I UCWALMICWA
“Protecting the People”

Find the latest news, media and photos here:

Serve with Honor, Protect with Pride – Join Our Force Today!

Make a difference in the ten St’at’imc communities where the STPS courageously and boldly serves.

Meet our most recently hired STPS Recruits and Officers:

Cst Jordan Austinson (2nd left) with Chief Officer Doss-Cody (2nd right) at the Police Academy

Constable Geoff Kurtz in Vancouver BC on March 8, 2024 at the Police Academy graduation at JIBC

From left to right: Chief Officer Doss- Cody and Cst Geoff Kurtz in Vancouver BC on March 8, 2024

From left to right: STPS Recruit Cst Jamie Warren, STPS Recruit Cst Travis Peters, and STPS Constable Jordan Austinson in Lillooet BC on January 2, 2024

The following crimes can be reported online:

– Driving complaints
– Damage/Mischief under $5000 to Property
– Theft of Bicycle under $5000
– Theft under $5000
– Lost Property
– Damage/Mischief under $5000 to vehicle
– Hit and Run to Unoccupied vehicle or property
– Lost or stolen license plate and decals

In an effort to keep the late Sgt Mike Leo’s legacy alive, STPS officers pooled together their funds to sponsor Joey Isaac.

Constable Len Isaac’s son, who knew the late officer as Uncle MIko, plays Junior A hockey in High Prairie, Alberta.

The team landed themselves in the playoffs where the sponsorship helped cover travel and extra ice-time costs. The High Prairie Red Wings jersey was dedicated to Mike Leo and now hangs in the STPS Lillooet detachment.