The Community Peace Officer is required to diligently patrol and enforce appointed and designated Provincial Statutes and approved Municipal Bylaws within Flagstaff County and the municipalities under contract with Flagstaff County.
Key Responsibilities Include:
Work in accordance with the Alberta Peace Officer Act and Regulation, the Public Security Peace Officer Program Policy and Procedure Manual, Flagstaff County Peace Officer Standard Operating Policies, following the duties and jurisdiction indicated on his/her Peace Officer Appointment.
Conduct safe and efficient road patrols throughout the County and the municipalities under contract and enforce infractions of County Bylaws, Provincial Statutes, Commercial Vehicle Enforcement and other traffic offences.
Thoroughly investigate all complaints to ascertain validity and take appropriate action to bring an equitable solution of compliance or enforcement.
Responsible for ensuring compliance with Flagstaff County Policies, the Health and Safety Program, and the Human Resources guidelines and procedures.
Completion of the Solicitor General’s Public Security Peace Officer Training Program or equivalent and eligible to obtain an appointment as a Community Peace Officer Level 1 through Alberta Justice and Solicitor General.
Completion of an approved physical abilities evaluation test for uniformed enforcement roles.
Familiar with the Community Peace Officer Program policies and procedures manual.
Level C First Aid and CPR.
A related diploma in the field of law enforcement and/or criminology from a recognized post secondary institution with diverse law enforcement experience would be an asset.
Ability to handle complex issues and confidential information in an ethical and professional manner.
Other assets would include certification in: Radar/laser speed detection, commercial vehicle legislation/enforcement, defensive weapon and tactics training within the last two (2) years or be willing to receive such training.
All candidates are required to undergo and pass a drug and alcohol screening as a condition of employment.