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ABOUT The Kahnawake Mohawk Peacekeepers (KMPK) 

The KMPK is a First Nations police service located in the Mohawk Territory of Kahnawake on the south shore of Montreal. The KMPK was established in 1979, and employs 36 First Nations Peacekeepers, 5 Dispatchers and 4 civilian administrative staff. The KMPK provides professional law enforcement services to the community of Kahnawake and to the approximately 100,000 motorists who pass through the community daily. Almost all of the KMPK are trained by the RCMP, with specialized training from ENPQ and CPC. 


  • To maintain safety of self and others; 
  • To conduct general patrol and respond to calls for service; 
  • Apply appropriate procedure to respond to calls for service; 
  • To assist victims of crime and conduct investigations; 
  • To prepare policing reports; 
  • To use police equipment and technology 
  • To apply detainee management 
  • To deliver court testimony 
  • To apply relevant legislation, policies and procedures, including Mohawk Law. 


Education / Training: 

  • Graduate from a Recognized Canadian Police Academy; OR 
  • DEC in Law Enforcement, plus graduation from a recognized Police Academy; OR 
  • High School Diploma, plus two (2) years of stable work experience 

Special Requirements: 

  • Must be 21 years of age; 
  • Must take and pass a physical fitness test; 
  • Must take and pass a periodic psychological examination; 
  • Must take and pass a drug test. 


Insurance (medical & disability), Workers Compensation, Employee Assistance Program, On Site Physical Trainer, Flexible Schedule, Yearly COLA, Steady salary of 40hrs per week, Staff Outings / Events, Advanced Training. 

Starting Salary: 

  • Level P-1: KMPK Salary Grid 2024/2025 – $ 30.24 / hour 

Work Schedule: 

  • Rotating (day and night) 12 hour shift schedule


Personal Attributes: 

  • Team Player; 
  • Effective problem solving and decision-making; 
  • Ability to handle high stress situations; 
  • Dependable; 
  • Sound judgment and objectivity; 
  • Integrity & ethical judgment; 
  • Excellent communication skills; 
  • Proficient conflict management skills; 
  • Good physical fitness. 


  • Complete a Kahnawake Mohawk Peacekeeper Privacy Waiver allowing a security check to be performed. Provide a picture ID (Driver’s license OR Native Status card OR Medicare card); 
  • Complete a Kahnawake Mohawk Peacekeeper Release of Claims and Waiver of Liability; 
  • Letter of intent; 
  • Resume; 
  • Names & contact information for three (3) professional references; 
  • Proof of Educational Requirements. 


Trina Skye 
Training and Human Resources Coordinator, KMPK 
PO Box 203 
Kahnawake Mohawk Territory, J0L 1B0 

Email: [email protected] 
Phone: 450.632.6505