"Moccassin Trail" is a community newsletter published every other month and is distributed to on and off-reserve members
Band Office bulletin Board
E-mail communications (both on- and off-reserve)
Cowessess web site (www.cowessessfn.com)
Cowessess First Nation provides a number of innovative and effective services under its Justice department. These include:
Justice Program - Through the Community Justice Program, the Justice Coordinator provides alternative measures programs including medeation, diversion, fine option, sentencing and healing circles.
Peacekeepers - Employes four full time and six casual workers whose duties are to patrol and keep the peace on the Reserve, do curfew checks and requests by the courts, take people to court in Broadview and Regina and respond to calls from Band members looking for assistance. Peacekeepers have first responder training as well as some of the health staff.
Fire Department - Currently has seven volunteers trained to provide fire protection services to the community.
By-law Services - Prepares by-laws to regulate matters such as zoning, health, traffic control, nuisances and wildlife conservation.
RCMP First Nation Community Policing Service Agreement - This agreement is within the RCMP First Nation Community Policing Service Framework Agreement and was entered into January 2, 2001 between the Kahkewistahaw and Cowessess First Nations, the Federal and Provincial Governments for policing services for the prevention of crime and maintenance of order. At present the agreement is being negotiated.