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Brantford Police Civilian Collective Agreement

The Waterloo Regional Police Association is the elected voice of its uniformed and civilian members. We help our members make the most of their careers and lives while preserving and advancing the standards of our profession, through participation, employment assistance and event planning. After a fantastic 6.5-year career, psd Scout retired yesterday. Scout and his partner Sgt Kari Drake were part of the first psDes Brantford team (along with Cst Nagy and PSD Ranger). PsD Scout adapts to his civilian life and still lives with Sgt Drake. We wish PSD Scout a long and healthy retirement and thank you for the service he has rendered to the citizens of Brantford. Look at some of our favorite photos of Scout and Sgt. Drake We have many exciting full-time and part-time careers for civilians. We also offer summer employment opportunities for students. Discover the great career opportunities available to civilians appointed as special constables. Civilians are heterogeneous members who provide critical support to our organization. They work in many fields such as communication, administration, forensics, garage, transcription, data management, information technology, public relations and more. You can also support the OPP and give something back to your community by volunteering with one of our OPP organizations or a community police committee.

Another community is feeling the effects of Bill C-75. A very similar situation occurs in Sault Ste Marie, which we have in Brantford. Many other municipalities in Ontario are also feeling the effects, as offenders are routinely released, often dozens of times, just to write more crimes in our community. Choose a career that makes a difference! The OPP is actively recruiting qualified candidates for the position of full-time provincial constabulator. We offer competitive salaries, pensions, paid leave, benefit coverage and a space for ascension. We also have career opportunities for experienced officers. www.sootoday.com/…/want-more-cops-downtown-that`es-go… The Ontario Provincial Police advocates for open, accessible, fair and respectful jobs and strives to reflect the many communities it serves.

We encourage members of our various communities, including Aboriginal peoples, people with disabilities, women, people from racist groups, 2SLGBTQ, those who are able to speak fluently in another language, and all those who are committed to a rewarding public service career. The Ontario Provincial Police is an equal opportunity employer and accommodation is provided at all stages of our hiring process when needed. Every year, our members donate hundreds of pounds of food to local food banks, ride motorcycles to end prostate cancer, help children in need get attached to fishing, and donate their time, treasure and talent to dozens of community goals, all because we believe we help the good guys and not just catch the bad. Part-time volunteering with the OPP is a great way to make a difference in your community. Being a volunteer member of the humanitarian organization OPP is exciting and difficult. With 52 hectares and a variety of venues for groups from four to 400, our center is the undiscovered host of the area with most for weddings, fairs, concerts, deer and tut, conferences and much more.


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