Indigenous Women and Girls Missing Persons Toolkit and Resources Guide

We understand that being an Indigenous woman or girl is a high risk classification of becoming a Missing person due to systemic racism and intergenerational trauma.

Further, we acknowledge that MMIWG is not solely a national issue, but our community’s priority. Sudbury is at the heart of Anishinawbek territory with many Indigenous peoples calling this community home.

We offer this Indigenous Women and Girls Missing Persons Toolkit and Resource Guide in the hopes of assisting Indigenous families who may require help. By building this toolkit to better navigate the missing person investigation and available resources, our goal is to ensure the safety and well-being of Indigenous peoples in our community.

Looking Ahead to Build the Spirit of Our Women - Learning to Live Free from Violence

We all have a role to play in ensuring the safety of Indigenous women and girls. This is Our Shared Commitment and we are proud to be partnered with N’Swakamok Native Friendship Centre for the Looking Ahead to Build the Spirit of Our Women - Learning to Live Free from Violence Project.

Information Guide for Survivors of Sexual Assault

The Greater Sudbury Police Service recognize that this is a very difficult time for you. We are here to provide you with assistance and resources. It is our duty to conduct a professional and thorough investigation. Our goal is to help the Crown’s office prosecute the person responsible, but also to provide you with information and resources to assist you in moving forward with your recovery.