Cross deputation provides CPN police the jurisdiction to patrol countywide. But no matter where the CPN police patrol or who they encounter, the officers employ understanding and strive to keep everyone safe.
When first responders receive a call for help they know their fellow agencies are listening and ready to provide backup. This is how the working relationship between the CPN Tribal Police and sister agencies like the Pottawatomie County Sherriff’s Office has worked for years, and in recent months that partnership has only increased. “For one Read More »
Pottawatomie County residents, in the late hours of October 13 a major change in the area’s 911 dispatching services went through without a single problem arising. County 911 call services were transferred from the old dispatch center in Tecumseh to the newly upgraded 911 dispatch center located inside the Citizen Potawatomi Nation Tribal PoliceDepartment. “We Read More »
The below article originally ran in the August 25, 2015 edition of the Shawnee News-Star. It has been reproduced here with their express written permission. It was an emotional weekend for two mothers — the mom of an in- fant found not breathing and the dispatcher who had a calming voice on the other end Read More »
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 »