August 13, 2016

BTPA Members Cowboy Up

BTPA members attend the Calgary Police Rodeo in Cochrane, AB.

Members took part in the annual Calgary Police Rodeo hosted by the Calgary Police Rodeo Association / Calgary Police Association. Members took part in the Steer Wrestling and Bulldogging events. Job well done to all the membres who participated, you represented the BTPA well.

For more information on the Calgary Police Rodeo, visit the link below: 

June 18, 2016

BTPA launches website/logo

The Blood Tribe Police Service launches new website along with a logo.

We would like to welcome you to the Blood Tribe Police Association website. Along with the launching of the website, the BTPA had been looking to for a symbol that displays the Blood Tribe and the police association's commitment to one another. The logo seen was approved by the Executive Board just recently.


The sun, river and grass are symbolic of Treaty 7. The Treaty states that: "…as long as the sun shall shine, as long as the rivers flow and as long as the grass shall grow…" the rights and liberties of the Blood Tribe will be honoured. The silhouette of Chief Mountain is an actual landmark and significant to the tribe. The Coup Rider is an honourable warrior in Blackfoot culture that gained prestige by risking injury or death in acts of bravery for the tribe.

June 17, 2016

Law Enforcement Torch Run

Members of the Blood Tribe Police Association take part in the Law Enforcement Torch Run for Special Olympics of Alberta.

This is the 3rd straight year that the BTPA takes part in this worthy cause to raise awareness and funds for the Special Olympics movement worldwide. Please visit the link below for more information on taking part in this event and how to make a donation.

May 08, 2014

BTPA Member of AFPA

The Blood Tribe Police Association became a member of the Alberta Federation of Police Associations (AFPA) after they were voted in by the collective membership of AFPA. BTPA is the first and only First Nations police service in Alberta to be invited into AFPA.

The BTPA now have a collective voice that can bring not only issues that are police related in nature, but unique challenges that they face as a First Nations police service to the provincial stage.

The BTPA would like to thank all the other associations within the province of Alberta for their support.

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