On June 8 in Quebec City, during the 2017 Québec Aboriginal Chiefs of Police Annual Meeting, Captain Jean-François Morin and Constable Michael Filteau received medals for their many years of service with the KRPF.
Both officers have been in the employ of the
KRPF for 15 years.
The event, which was
organized by the Ministère de la Sécurité publique, took place from June 6 to
8, and highlighted the service of 12 police officers who have worked in
Aboriginal communities for 15 to 30 years. Michel Martin, KRPF Chief and
Director of the Public Security Department of the Kativik Regional Government, and
Benoît Plante, KRPF Deputy Chief of Administration, Civil Security and Support,
also attended the event along the Minister responsible for Native Affairs, Geoffrey Kelley.
Captain Morin works in Puvirnituq,
and Constable Filteau, in Kuujjuaq.