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MANITOBA FIRST NATIONS POLICE SERVICE
The Manitoba First Nations Police Service is in search of motivated, energetic persons with high integrity to fill vacancies with the police service. This competition is open to experienced constables.
- Canadian Citizen
- Eighteen (18) years of age
- Good Health
- Grade Twelve (12) or equivalent GED
- No Criminal Record
- Vision, Hearing Standards
- Good Character
*Serving member of a Police Service with at least two (2) years experience
*Valid Class IV (4) Manitoba Drivers’ License or equivalent
*Driving Record acceptable to MFNPS standards
*Discipline Record Acceptable to MFNPS standards
Applicants are to submit:
- Recruitment package
- Cover letter with resume
- Two letters of reference, to:
Chief of Police
Manitoba First Nations Police Service
PO Box 37
Portage la Prairie, Manitoba R1N 3B2
Fax: (204) 856-5389
The application process and application packages are available online at www.mfnp.ca/Recruitment_Training. Competition is open until all positions are filled. We thank all who apply, however, only those selected for an interview will be contacted. Preference will be given to candidates with First Nation descent. Please self declare.
Halifax Regional Municipality Chief of Police
Halifax Regional Municipality (HRM) is home to almost half a million residents and is the economic, financial, educational, social and cultural centre for the Maritime region. A vibrant seaport city famous for its warm and welcoming Maritime hospitality and a reputation as one of Canada’s preferred destinations, Halifax has been named as one of the “Top 10 Global Destinations on the Rise” by TripAdvisor’s 2018 Travellers’ Choice Awards and one of the Friendliest Cities in the World by Condé Nast Traveler in 2017. HRM strives to provide its citizens with the best quality of life in a healthy, sustainable, vibrant community at work, play and every day.
Responsible for policing the urban core of this great, diverse municipality, Halifax Regional Police (HRP) has a proud history of 250 years of commitment to the community and collaborates effectively with the RCMP Halifax District to enhance public safety for all HRM residents. Now, HRM is searching for a Chief of Police who will inspire the trust and confidence of the regional police service and the community and serve as a champion for public safety.
Reporting to the Board of Police Commissioners and HRM’s Chief Administrative Officer, as the Chief of Police you will energize, motivate and lead a complex organization of over 800 staff including approximately; 530 uniformed officers, 180 civilian staff, 170 school crossing guards and 150 volunteers. You will champion and role model a culture of respect, accountability, engagement, inclusion, empowerment, high performance and continuous improvement. You will respect and value the unique diversity of HRM’s communities and work hand-in-hand with those communities to prevent crime, advance safety and foster trust. You will build upon highly effective working relationships with the RCMP Halifax District to further enhance HRM’s integrated policing model. You will work closely with the Police Commission and your senior officers in the development of a strategic policing plan to support long term objectives while effectively stewarding the HRP budget. You will act as an effective spokesperson, building strong relationships and advancing the reputation of HRP locally, nationally and internationally. In all that you do, you will maintain the highest standards of integrity and professionalism, leading by example to inspire excellence and accountability across HRP.
As the ideal candidate, you are an experienced and accomplished law enforcement leader with a demonstrated record of effective hands-on service and a commitment to excellence in policing. A strategic leader with a high level of social awareness and cultural competence, you ensure that the needs of the community are at the foundation of all that you do. You will have a significant and demonstrated background in community engagement and community-based contributions along with training in public and media relations. You are experienced in budget management and have demonstrated success managing an efficient and highly effective operation. An inspirational leader of people, with a high degree of integrity you will champion an inclusive working environment conducive to positive morale, quality, creativity and teamwork while encouraging and proactively contributing to diversity of thought and identity across HRP, thereby contributing to a better and more effective police organization.
HRM encourages applications from qualified African Nova Scotians, racially visible persons, women, persons with disabilities and Aboriginal persons. HRM encourages applicants to self-identify.
If you’re interested in this opportunity, please contact Erica Armstrong, Andrea Forbes-Hurley, or Laura Godsoe at 1-866-822-6022, or submit your application online at: www.kbrs.ca/Career/12599
Metro Vancouver Transit Police
Metro Vancouver Transit Police is a multi-jurisdictional policing agency dedicated to the provision of policing to the transit system in Metro Vancouver. The Transit Police comprises over 180 Sworn Officers plus 70 civilian staff. Its jurisdiction is the entire public transit system crossing twenty-one municipalities, which are also served by a combination of seventeen independent police forces and RCMP detachments that police these communities. The transit system that is operated by or on behalf of the regional transportation authority, known as TransLink, includes 144 km of rail, 63 stations, over 1,500 buses, one passenger ferry route, and 200 bus routes, spread out over 1,800 square kilometers. As a values-driven policing agency, Transit Police actions are tied to core values that guide and support each interaction that Officers have with transit passengers, transit employees and the communities served.
As a result of the retirement of the Chief Officer, the Metro Vancouver Transit Police Board now seeks a proven policing leader who will be tasked with preserving the peace and serving the safety and security needs of transit passengers, transit employees and the general public in one of North America’s most acclaimed multi-modal transit systems, known as TransLink. Operational excellence is fundamental to the policing of the transit system, as is a clear focus on customer service and engagement. In this unique strategic and operational leadership role the new Chief will build on the success of the past in maintaining a shared vision of policing for the future of a large 24/7 major urban transit system. The successful candidate will work collaboratively with many partners and stakeholders (including among others, the public, the transit enterprise, transit users, other police agencies, the media, and local and provincial government leaders) to ensure continued delivery of exceptional policing operations as part of the larger TransLink enterprise. The ideal candidate will:
- bring proven experience working at an executive level within a police service that has community policing as a focus and uses modern systems, data and analytics to effectively deploy resources in today’s highly visible world of law enforcement;
- have excelled and earned the respect of peers and stakeholders in previous policing roles; have demonstrated exceptional skill in working collaboratively to develop and support effective and progressive partnerships with stakeholders;
- have demonstrated ability as a communicator;
- have experience working with Boards and Committees;
- and preferably, have a university degree in a relevant area of study.
If you are ready to step up and take on a policing leadership role like no other in Canada, please visit our website at www.pfmsearch.com to view the Executive Profile for this position and submit your application, in confidence to Shelina Esmail and George Madden.