Steve Sxwithul’txw, the Director of Leave it on the Water and Director/Producer of soon to launch Season 2 of Tribal Police Files, shares exclusive inside scoop on the making of Tribal Police Files with Afternoons with Mark Brennae on iHeartRADIO.ca. The secret to success? Steve says it all starts with trust and communication. LISTEN HERE
New Season, New Website!
Tribal Police Files is BACK for a 2nd action packed season! With a new season comes a brand new website! The season 2 site for Tribal Police Files is live and packed with information about the Rama Police Service and Chippewas of Rama First Nation, exclusive webisodes, behind the scenes photo galleries and an exciting new interactive section! Tribal Police Files season 2 takes the viewer East across the country to Ontario. Featuring the brave
When a suspect is on the loose in Rama, the Police Services are quick to the call! Parents are on high alert when they learn that the suspect may be in their neighbourhood, and the TPF crew was there to catch the action on film. Watch below to see how they get the suspect cornered, but will they apprehend? Don’t forget to subscribe to our channel for exclusive online content!
From The Director
Category: Behind The Scenes
In April of 2018, our crew from Tribal Police Files arrived into the community of Rama with plans to showcase their community and their police service. To accomplish such a goal, months of planning took place including community location visits prior to our crews coming in.Building an understanding with the Rama Tribal Police about what we were trying to accomplish was our first priority. Building strong working relationships and trust between our film crew and
Police, Fire and EMS services make Rama the only First Nations community to have their own first responders! This season on Tribal Police Files, we document not only the Rama Police Services but also the Rama Fire Department and Emergency Medical Services. Rama Police Service (formerly Mnjikaning Police Service or Rama Reserve Police) was first administered under the responsibility of the Royal Canadian Mounted Police Service (RCMP) during the early 60’s and 70’s. This responsibility