Six Nations Police Memorial Bursary
In Memory of
Cst. A. Burning, Inspector T.W.T. Martin & Det./Cst. R. Smith
The personal commitment made by our students from Six Nations is significant. Whether it is by attending college or university our students are making valuable contributions to the quality of life in their communities. Among the hundreds of post-secondary students from Six Nations, there are those who make exceptional extraordinary contributions towards law enforcement. The Six Nations Police Bursary recognizes this and is committed to putting forth $1,000.00 for three students.
Who is eligible?
The Six Nations Police Bursary is presented to an individual that has successfully completed their first year in pursuing post secondary studies in Police Foundations.
How is the recipient selected?
A group of three Six Nations Police personnel (Chief of Police, police officers, and civilian staff) review the applications and select 3 individuals. The selection will be based on the student’s recent transcript, two references (police related) and a brief essay on the student’s aspirations in Policing.
When is the award presented?
The Six Nations Police Bursary will be presented to the individual at a convenient time for both the recipient and Chief of Police. This presentation will be photographed and posted to SNP websites’ Media section. In addition, this individual will also be acknowledged in August through Grand River Post Secondary Education Office local newspaper publications.
When is the deadline for submissions?
Completed submissions for the Six Nations Police Bursary will be accepted no later than June 15th. They can be delivered to Six Nations Police Service clearly marked;
Six Nations Police Bursary: C/O Chief of Police, Six Nations Police Service, P.O. Box 758, Ohsweken,Ontario, NOA 1MO
Should you have questions please contact Ashly at (519) 445-2811.