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Hamilton 警察局招人

2017-12-2 07:50| 发布者: admin| 查看: 29| 评论: 0


HAMILTON POLICE SERVICE (HPS)

NOTICE OF A CIVILIAN CAREER OPPORTUNITY

HPS provides policing to over 536,000 residents in the City of Hamilton. In 2016, HPS answered over 194,000 911 calls for assistance, and responded to over 301,000 events in the community. We have over 1,100 employees and our mission is to serve and protect in partnership with our communities.

Join us as we work toward making Hamilton the best place to raise a child and age successfully.

 


 

HAMILTON POLICE SERVICE (HPS)

NOTICE OF A CIVILIAN CAREER OPPORTUNITY

 

PART-TIME SPECIAL CONSTABLE POOL

4-6 vacancies - Starting April 30, 2018

 

City of Hamilton PeopleSoft Posting Job ID #13364

 

Job Title:  Part-time Special Constable, Court Security or Custody/Reception

 

Job Location:  Based out of the John Sopinka Court House, located at 45 Main Street East in Hamilton, or the Central Police Station, located at 155 King William, but will be required to respond to other locations, as necessary

 

Hours of Work:  Up to 12-hour rotating shifts (starting at 0700 or 1900 hours if working at the Central Police Station, or anywhere between 7:00 am and 10:00 am if working at one of the Court Houses) in a 24 hour/day, 365 day/year operation, including weekends and holidays, working anywhere from 0-48 hours per week, typically not more than 24 hours per week.  Must be flexible in adapting to revised schedules, as required, to cope with exigencies and unforeseen requirements of Court Services or Custody/Reception.

 

Salary:  Starting rate is $31.614 per hour, plus 14% in lieu of benefits and 4% vacation pay

 

Status/Length:  Part-time Regular and Temporary As Required

 

Updated:  April 2017

The Hamilton Police Service (HPS) is currently looking to fill Part-time Special Constable positions in the John Sopinka Court House, or one of our other Court Facilities, and at the Central Police Station, working in Custody or at the Main Reception desk, starting April 30, 2018.

 

Job Summary for Special Constable, Court Security

 

Under the direction of the Special Constable Supervisor, Court Security, the Special Constable is responsible for the care, control, and transportation of prisoners, and the overall security of the assigned court facilities.

 

General Duties

 

1.       Maintain visual and audible monitoring of cell areas to ensure the security and control of prisoners, including the use of electronic monitoring equipment.

 

2.       Initiate and/or ensure appropriate documents accompany all prisoners.

 

3.       Search court rooms, cells, and all adjoining areas daily, prior to the commencement of proceedings, to ensure a safe and secure environment.

 

4.       Search persons entering the court facilities, utilizing the walk through metal detectors and handheld wands, when directed.  May be required to effect an arrest, when necessary, and complete relevant reports.

 

5.       Transport prisoners between courts, detention centres, and holding areas.  Transportation will also include out-of-town and out-of-province escorts.

 

6.       Search and classify new prisoners, secure seized items, and complete Records of Arrest.  Secure and process Records of Arrest for prisoners already in custody.

 

7.       Assist all levels of the judicial system, as required (e.g. acquiring forms).

 

8.       Notify related social services, and assist in coordinating contact with prisoners.

 

9.       Administer first aid, and accompany prisoners to medical treatment facilities, when necessary.

 

10.    Respond to inquiries in person, by phone, portable radio, and email, and/or relay calls and messages to appropriate personnel.

 

11.    Maintain daily notebook for court purposes.

 

12.    Attend and successfully complete Use of Force Training on an annual basis. 

 

13.    Perform other duties, as assigned, related to the major responsibilities of the job.

 

Job Summary for Special Constable, Custody/Reception

 

Under the direction of the Reception Supervisor, the Special Constable, Custody/Reception will assist police personnel in physically searching and caring for prisoners in the holding cells as well as process first level complaints and inquiries from the public when performing reception duties.

 

General Duties

 

1.       Assist the Custody Officer with the preparation of arrest notices as well as booking, searching, lodging, and releasing prisoners.

 

2.       Conduct regular visual inspections of holding cells.

 

3.       Monitor security cameras and alarm panels.  Issue keys and pass cards to authorized personnel.

 

4.       Log and maintain prisoner property.

 

5.       Respond to inquiries in person, by phone, or email, and/or relay calls and messages to appropriate personnel.

 

6.       Prepare a variety of documents such as Missing Person, Elopee, Suspect Description, and Occurrence Reports.

 

7.       Assist in prisoner movement to and from Custody, within the City of Hamilton, and the Province of Ontario.  

 

8.       Assist the Custody Officer in assessing prisoner injuries and administer first aid and prescribed medication, when required.  Arrange for ambulance service.  Notate details on the Arrest Notice form.

 

9.       Monitor and respond to Canadian Police Information Centre (CPIC) messages.

 

10.    Maintain a daily notebook for Court purposes.

 

11.    Attend and successfully complete Use of Force training on an annual basis. 

 

12.    Perform other duties, as assigned, related to the major responsibilities of the job.

 

Supervisory Responsibilities:  Not applicable.

 

Working Conditions:  The duties of this position may involve many physical and mental challenges, while maintaining a respectful and professional demeanor.  Some of the challenges include having physical contact with members of the public and the prisoner population (e.g. wanding, monitoring of cells, prisoner movement), which may present a variety of health and/or personal safety issues, such as exposure to contagious diseases (e.g. head lice, colds, influenza, Hep C, HIV, etc.) poor hygiene, and aggressive or violent behavior. 

 

Physical & Sensory Demands/Dexterity:  Assignments will involve activities such as walking, standing, talking, listening, driving, cell extractions, prisoner searches, reading, writing, using a personal computer, bending, lifting, and sitting for extended periods of time.

 

Training is expected to commence April 30, 2018 and will include:

* In-class/academic training

* Use of Force training

* Block training

 

In addition, five (5) to six (6) weeks of on-the-job training will be provided.

 

The incumbent must successfully complete all Special Constable training and requirements for appointment as a Special Constable with the Ministry of Community Safety and Correctional Services. 

 

Required Competencies

 

1.   Education:  Minimum grade 12, or the equivalent.

2.   Experience:  Minimum six (6) months of previous related experience.

3.   Certificates/Licenses/Apprenticeships:  Valid Class G Driver's Licence, or the equivalent, with no more than six (6) accumulated demerit points, permitting you to drive an automobile in Ontario with full driving privileges, as well as valid Standard First Aid and CPR (Basic Rescuer Level C) certification.  Candidates must be able to obtain/keep a Special Constable Appointment designation, throughout their time in this position.

4.   Must be in good physical and medical condition, and capable of handling difficult prisoners.   Candidates must complete the HPS PREP Fitness Test, without shuttle run, if they do not have a current OACP PREP test (see HPS PREP YouTube video for further details).

5.   No criminal record for which a pardon has not been received.

6.   Effective verbal and written communication skills.

7.   Good interpersonal skills, including the ability to interact effectively with (sometimes abusive) prisoners, police personnel, judges and other members of the court system, government agencies, and members of the public, and establish and maintain effective working relationships, and work effectively as part of a team.

8.   Ability to learn and comply with established procedures.

9.   Good organizational skills.

10. Ability to use a personal computer and maintain accurate records.

11. Integrity.

12. Self-control (including the ability to work with difficult prisoners).

13. Adaptability.

If you think you have what it takes "To be the best" and are interested in this challenging opportunity, please send us a cover letter and resume (all one document, cover letter first) indicating why you are interested in this role, and provide clear evidence as to why we should consider you for one of these demanding yet highly sought after positions (e.g. previous experience in a similar role). 

 

Also, please provide a response to the following in your cover letter: 

 

·         Provide an example from your life experiences that demonstrates your ability to work effectively as part of a team.

·         Provide an example from your life experiences that demonstrates your ability to effectively handle a difficult person or a difficult situation.

·         Are you currently employed fulltime or part-time?

·         If you are currently employed, why are you considering leaving your current position or looking for alternate employment? 

·         How much notice would you need to give, if you were to leave your current employer?

·         If you are not currently employed, what is the reason for leaving your last position? 

 

Posting Deadline and Instructions

 

Applications (i.e. cover letter and resume – all one document, cover letter first, name across the top of first page) are to be submitted via the City of Hamilton’s Careers website before 11:59 pm on Wednesday, December 20, 2017. 

 

Please note that the Hamilton Police Service is committed to the principles of equal opportunity and reflecting the diverse community that we serve.  Fluency in a second language is an asset; please indicate if you are able to speak another language on your application.

 

To apply for the position you will need to:

·         Have/create a user name and password for the City of Hamilton Careers website

·         Upload an application (i.e. cover letter and resume – all one document, cover letter first) to the City of Hamilton Careers website

·         Complete a questionnaire as part of the online application process


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