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Request for Proposals: Alberta Indigenous & Municipal Police Transition Grant Program Coordinator

Kee Tas Kee Now Tribal Council (KTC) is comprised of the member Nations of: Loon River First Nation – #476, Lubicon Lake Band – #453, Peerless Trout First Nation – #478, Whitefish Lake First Nation – #459 and Woodland Cree First Nation – #474.  KTC was formed in 1995 to facilitate joint action by the member Nations on matters of mutual concern.

While there are many similarities between the Five (5) KTC member Nations, each has its own unique character and features.  All are surrounded by a warmth and beauty rich with culture and traditions of the Cree people.

The primary role of the Tribal Council is to provide guidance and support to the individual member First Nations in developing and achieving success in the management and administration of their own programs with the intent of developing self-reliance.

Responsibilities

Project Description: The Alberta Indigenous and Municipal Police Transition Grant program provides one time grant funding for a feasibility study that considers various policing and community safety models to determine whether and which model might be the best fit for a community; including a stand-alone police service or regional equivalent. KTC is looking for a contractor complete the feasibility study.

Experience, Knowledge and Skills

To be Discussed

Education and Qualifications

To be Discussed

Additional Requirements

Project Objectives:

The feasibility study should consider and include the following:

  • Community Background and History
  • Community and stakeholder perspectives
  • Understanding of the issue and possible solutions (i.e., consider various community

policing models)

  • Informed Data (i.e., policing stats, environmental scan)
  • Implementation Plan (community capacity to implement and resource requirements)
  • Transition plan to move from current state to future state
  • Anticipated Costs and Timelines
  • Strategic Alignment (value to the community and Albertans)
  • Organizational Impact
  • Assumptions and Constraints Benefits, Risks and Opportunities (i.e., cost-benefit analysis)
  • Recommendation(s)

Project Reporting:

Upon project completion there is a final report (i.e., on the process undertaken, who was hired, extent of the community engagement, etc.) following the end of the grant term, an example template will be provided.

Actuals Financial Report is required upon the end of the grant year and term (template will be provided).

Please Submit

To apply for this RFP, please submit a cover letter and resume to Piyush.barad@ktcadmin.ca