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Tribal Police Files Digital Media featured on EyeonCanada.com
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Just like the TV series Tribal Police Files, the website incorporates stories, art, language, music, traditional dance, drumming and myth of the aboriginal culture, primarily through original webisodes. The digital media component is interlaced with a strong Tribal Police educational layer that audiences can engage with in many ways including further education, sharing and connecting. The focus mirrors the show in highlighting how tribal police forces build up communities, rather than tear them apart. The website is an extension of what the show aims to do and will provide a deeper experience into the passion of a tribal police officer in his important, and often dangerous service for their community. The audience will be immersed cultural knowledge while enjoying the education behind all aspects of tribal police work.

Tribal Police Files

DOCUMENTARY, REALITY
English (Available dubbed in English)

REGION: Western
YEAR OF PRODUCTION: 2016
DURATION: 13 x 30 mins

Tribal Police Files takes the viewer on a journey into the heart-stopping and often dangerous world of tribal police officers as they put their lives on the line to keep their communities safe, healthy, and proud.

Tribal Police Files is an intense and dramatic TV show, capturing the extraordinary challenges of being a tribal police officer. It follows the officers as they respond to calls, never knowing the challenges that lie ahead.

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