Director James C. Collard, Ph.D. earned the Certified International Trade Professional (CITP) recognition after completing courses and meeting requirements issued by Canada’s Forum for International Trade Trading (FITT).
The ink is dry and the deal is sealed, with the Pottawatomie County Enhanced 911 Authority and Citizen Potawatomi Nation fi nalizing an agreement that will see the Tribal police headquarters become the new home for the Pottawatomie County emergency dispatch center. “This agreement saves money for Pottawatomie County’s first responders from as far north Read More »
A three year endeavor is coming to a close as the Citizen Potawatomi Nation Department of Economic Development and the U.S. Geological Survey published their final water resource study report. “This began in 2008 when I started working for the Tribe,” explained Dr. Jim Collard, economic development director. “We needed to take a real serious Read More »
With approximately 5,000 people travelling to Festival, many of whom only visit Tribal headquarters once a year, the CPN Tribal Police are on the front line of informing attendees of the “do’s and don’ts” of the event. From a malfunctioning water faucet to emergency response, Tribal police answer all the calls during Festival, many of Read More »
First responders learned hard lessons in the aftermath of the May 19, 2013 tornado outbreak that damaged substantial portions of CPN’s jurisdiction. In the early stages of the rescue and recovery efforts around Bethel Acres, Okla., radio communications across the county quickly were overwhelmed. Emergency responders working in the afflicted areas received busy signals when Read More »