A: The administration office of the Six Nations Police Service are from Monday to Friday
Does the Six Nations Police have a guarantor, notary public and/or a commissioner of oath, who can sign my documents, e.g. immunization records, pension documents, banking documents?
A: The Six Nations Police employs personnel who can sign as: A guarantor but the
A: You must call the Six Nations Police at 519-445-2811 during regular business hours (Monday
A: You must attend the Six Nations Police and speak to an Officer.
A: The Residency By-law and information can be found at the Six Nations Council website,
A: Go to the https://www.canada.ca/en/parole-board.html website, and click on the Records Suspensions Heading or click
A: Call the Six Nations Police at 519-445-2811 during regular business hours (Monday to Friday,
A: A Criminal Records Check Form must be completed by the requesting person and submitted