Police officers protect the public, detect and prevent crime and perform other activities directed at maintaining law and order. They are employed by municipal and federal governments and some provincial and regional governments.
Community relations officer – police
Crime prevention constable
Detective – police
Harbour police officer
Highway patrol officer
Railway police officer
Royal Canadian Mounted Police (RCMP) officer
Crime scene technician – police
This group performs some or all of the following duties:
Patrol assigned areas to maintain public safety and order and to enforce laws and regulations
Investigate crimes and accidents, execute search warrants, secure evidence, interview witnesses, compile notes and reports and provide testimony in courts of law
Apprehend and arrest criminal suspects
Provide emergency assistance to victims of accidents, crimes and natural disasters
Participate in crime prevention, public information and safety programs
May supervise and co-ordinate the work of other officers.
Completion of secondary school is required.
Completion of a college program or university degree in law and security or in the social sciences is usually required.
A three- to six-month police training program is required.
Physical agility, strength, fitness and vision requirements must be met, and psychological or other tests are also required.
Experience as a constable and the completion of specialized courses are required for detectives and sergeants.
Specialized training or certification may be required for certain areas of policing.
Progression to commissioned police officer positions is possible with additional training and experience.
By-law enforcement and other regulatory officers, n.e.c. (4423)
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