First Nations Peoples is the revised and updated second edition of a textbook developed for Police Foundations/Law and Security courses by Emond Montgomery Publications. The goal of the authors was to provide recruits with a basic understanding about the cultural and historical diversity of Aboriginal Peoples in Canada. The text provides an overview of First Nations cultures prior to European contact, the various theories about the origins of First Nations, the impact of colonization, treaties, the Indian Act, and contemporary issues that relate to socioeconomic factors and justice. The authors drew on their expertise in the preparation of the content, guided questions and discussion topics that accompany each section of the book. Chapter 7 deals specifically with criminal justice and legal matters such as traditional methods of social control, conflicts with the judicial system, alternative judicial matters, and prevention. The appendices include information about Ipperwash, the cases of Donald Marshall and Betty Osborn, and First Nations Policing in Ontario. The text includes a glossary, worksheets, a bibliography, maps, and an index. While this text was designed for law enforcement at the college level it can be used as a grade 12 textbook in Canada. Pamela Williamson is a counselor at Garden River Nation Healing House in Sault Ste. Marie. John Roberts is President of the Canadian Métis Council, and is on the Hamilton Chief of Police's Committee for Minority Relations.