2019 Drps Collective Agreement

November 27, 2020 – 3:49 pm

TSU is responsible for managing dangerous situations that are not handled by regular uniformed officers. Durham TSU Regional Police has also entered into a mutual aid agreement with the York Regional Police Emergency Response Unit. In the case of a large-scale event or call that could take a considerable amount of time, the two services help each other. Whether your dream is to serve as a police officer or in one of the many civilian roles, I am sure you will find the Durham Regional Police Service as the employer of your choice. Our vision is to be a leader in community safety. To achieve this vision, we must rely on our most precious resource: our human beings. We strive to create a welcoming and safe environment in which our members can work and grow. As an equal opportunity employer, our police value the cultural diversity and unique skills and experiences that every human being brings to the organization. In addition to exploring our site, I encourage you to speak to one of our members to hear what they have to say about a career with Durham Regional Police. I wish you every success in achieving your professional goals! Please contact our recruitment service at (905) 579-1520 ext.

4341 or email us at recruiting@drps.ca. The Durham Regional Police League has also entered into a mutual assistance agreement with the Toronto Police For Lake Ontario as well as side-scan sonar and ROV. and with York Regional Police for Lake Simcoe as well as sonar and diving services. In the case of a large-scale event or call-out that may require a considerable effort of personnel, these police services help each other. The naval unit consists of four officers. Two full-time summers, one part-time, and one part-time sergeant. We`re going to hire him! Durham Regional Police is looking for intelligent and compassionate critical thinkers with different skills and backgrounds who take great care of their community. Enjoy the first two recruitment videos of our five-part series! Welcome to the Durham Regional Police Career Page. I invite you to explore the work of the police as a career and the many opportunities it offers. Day-to-day and regional operations are commanded by senior officers: additional SAR support by PARA-Marine Search and Rescue, Canadian Coast Guard and Canadian Forces 424 Squadron (CFB Trenton Air Assistance).

[6] See if they`re settled! Look at the Last Durham Jobs Region In 2014, the Durham Regional Police Service had an authorized force of 871 sworn members and 331 civilians. [4] Deputy Chief of Police Todd Rollauer was tendered after Police Chief Paul Martin was hired as Acting Chief of Police (effective September 12, 2020). The search for a new police chief is underway. The DRPS was created in 1974 by the merger of a number of local police forces in the region, coinciding with the founding of the Durham Regional Municipality. DRPS coats of arms are used on vehicles, hairstyles and uniforms and consists of The Crown of St. Edward over a round blue sign with the caption “Durham Regional Police” in white, a red maple leaf superimposed on gold scales of justice. The coat of arms is based on that of the former Oshawa Police City, with the maple leaf and sheds replacing the city`s coat of arms. Durham Regional Police is one of two metropolitan Toronto police forces with air capability at York Regional Police (excluding the Ontario Provincial Police).

The Navy unit is responsible for the application of three waters in the Ontario region, Scugog Lake and Lake Simcoe in and around Beaverton, Thorah Island and parts of the Trent-Severn Waterway.

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