An information session for families of missing and murdered relatives was held on Wednesday, September 18 at the Kana:takon Recreation Center. Presentations ranged from how to report a missing person to victim services and other resources throughout the community. Speakers at the event included Jenna David, Victim Support Worker; Norman King, AMPS Community Service Officer; and Darlene Ryan, a spokesperson for the Association for Families of Missing and Murdered Relatives (AFPAD).

Niawenko:wa to the Akwesasne Community Justice Program, the Akwesasne Mohawk Police Service, and the Akwesasne Family Wellness Program for sponsoring this workshop, along with their continued support and services provided to victims, survivors, their families, and the community.