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Assistant Deputy Minister, Inspectorate of Policing
Ministry of the Solicitor General
The mission of the Ministry of the Solicitor General is to ensure that Ontario’s communities are supported and protected by law enforcement and public safety systems that are safe, secure, effective, efficient and accountable.
Does this mission resonate with you?
If so, the Ministry of the Solicitor General has an exciting and challenging opportunity for you to provide strategic leadership in establishing a new division as the centre of excellence for the delivery of inspection, investigation and advisory programs that ensure adequate and effective policing throughout the province and that satisfies the legislated requirements of the Community Safety and Policing Act.
As the Assistant Deputy Minister (ADM), Inspectorate of Policing, you will have the opportunity to provide oversight, strategic direction, executive leadership and courageous decision-making that supports the development, implementation and enhancement to a new organization that ensures compliance and consistent application of the Community Safety and Policing Act.
The successful candidate for this position will also provide executive oversight to the development of systems that capture annual, thematic, issue-specific, and automated inspections that measure and ensure consistent application of policing. You will also ensure coordinated and effective oversight of legislation, regulations and standards, as well as strategies to maximize the safety and security of Ontarians.
Salary: $164,910.00 – $211,910.00 per year
Notes: General Level Employment Screening Checks required
Please apply online, only, by Friday, February 7, 2020. Please follow the instructions to submit your application. Faxes are not being accepted at this time.
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The Ontario Public Service is an inclusive employer. Accommodation will be provided in accordance with Ontario’s Human Rights Code. www.ontario.ca/careers
New Westminster Police Department – Chief Constable
New Westminster is geographically at the centre of Metro Vancouver. Located along the Fraser River, New Westminster is just 30 minutes from YVR, western Canada’s busiest airport, and the US border. The City is compact and densely populated, with five SkyTrain stations. The mission of the New Westminster Police Department is to establish a safe community by reducing crime while enhancing safety and quality of life for the public we serve. We believe that, when it comes to policing, “it’s about People”.
The New West Police Department is seeking a leader with exceptional talents to assume the role of Chief Constable. The NWPD, with 121 sworn members and 41 civilian staff, is acknowledged for its commitment to serving and protecting its citizen and making their community the safest in the Lower Mainland.
The ideal candidate is a progressive, forward thinking leader who will play a key role in evolving the department with respect to diversity, inclusion, equity, reconciliation, and innovation. Furthermore, the new Chief will provide strong mentorship, leadership, and guidance for the growth of internal talent in order to develop the next generation of leaders. The selected candidate has experience in effectively managing people and resources in a complex law enforcement organization; has worked with a Police Board or related governance body on strategic planning issues; has experience setting and monitoring capital and operating budgets; and has created effective policing priorities which reflect the changing needs of a diverse community.
The new Chief Constable will be an excellent communicator and will build trust and respect by delivering results, with a reputation as a highly ethical and credible leader. A hallmark of success will be the candidate’s reputation as an inclusive leader known for developing a shared vision within a police service where a collaborative environment was created and sustained. Strong innovative planning skills, a career of varied operational policing experience plus a track record of effective leadership will be required by the ideal candidate.
Beyond the skills and abilities to lead a major Canadian police department, the new Chief Constable will bring unquestioned integrity, strength of character, enthusiasm for change and an unsurpassed commitment to leading the dedicated members of the New Westminster Police Department.
Chief of Police position for the City of Weyburn
Date: November 5, 2019 Location: Weyburn Police Service – City of Weyburn
Established in 1957, the Weyburn Police Service employs an invaluable team of dedicated sworn and civilian members. A cohesive and proud team of individuals ensure the residents of Weyburn receive efficient, professional, and effective frontline and administrative service.
The Weyburn Police Service has an authorized force of 20 officers, 1 approved over strength officer made of 15 Constables, 4 Staff Sergeants, Deputy Police Chief and Police Chief. The Weyburn Police Service also employs casual Prison Guards, Communication/Dispatch Officers, Office Manager, 1 Bylaw Officer and 1 Community Safety Officer.
The Chief of Police is accountable to the Board of Police Commissioners (Board) of the Weyburn Police Service for the day to day management and operations of the service.
- Assume management responsibilities for the overall operation of the department’s services and activities including law enforcement, crime prevention and education/awareness programs;
- Develop and administer the department budget, approve the forecast of funds needed for staffing, equipment, materials and supplies. Approve expenditures and implement budgetary adjustments as appropriate and necessary;
- Continually review the department’s performance and effectiveness, formulate programs and/or policies to alleviate deficiencies;
- Direct the development and maintenance of systems, records, and legal documents that provide for the proper evaluation, control and documentation of the police department operations;
- Recruit, train, motivate and evaluate assigned personnel by providing/coordinating training and career development. Work with employees to correct deficiencies, implement discipline and termination procedures;
- Represent the Weyburn Police Department and maintain a positive working relationship with other departments, the Board, elected officials, media, outside agencies and the Police Union.
- Ensure that laws and ordinances are enforced and that public peace and safety is maintained;
- Work collaboratively with the City of Weyburn’s City Manager, Director of Finance, Human Resources Manager, Public Relations Coordinator and Payroll Clerk for all items that cross over between the organizations such as Finances, WCB, LTD, Payroll, etc.
- Plan for ongoing development, implementation and maintenance of effective, efficient and high-quality services in accordance to an approved Business Plan; and
- All other related duties as assigned by the Board.
- 10 + years’ experience in law enforcement in a role of a Sergeant, Inspector, Deputy Chief or Chief;
- 7 – 10 years of progressive management experience;
- Equivalent to a bachelors degree with a major in criminal justice, police science or related field; and
- Possess a valid driver’s license.
- Job Status – Permanent full time
- Classification – Out of Scope
- Wage: Negotiable
- Benefits – The City of Weyburn’s benefit packages includes: Dental Coverage, Extended Health Care, Life Insurance, Accidental Death, Disease & Dismemberment, Long Term Disability and a defined contribution Pension Plan through MEPP.
- Application Deadline – The position will remain open until a suitable candidate is found.
To Apply: Please submit your resumes and cover letters directly to Brittaney Hutt, Human Resources Manager at email@example.com or drop off your information at City of Weyburn Police Department. The Weyburn Police Service thanks all applicants for their interest in this employment opportunity but only those applicants invited for an interview will be contacted.