Night Guard (Former Employee) – Embrun, ON – 13 April 2017
Supervise prisoner(s) during incarceration which consists of confiscating personal items upon arrival and note complete inventory of confiscated items, monitoring behaviour and complete regular reports on assessment, accompany detainee at all times, and supervise transfers.
Detective Constable Organized Crime Section (Current Employee) – London, ON – 24 January 2017
not a team environment anymore, however, a great place to make money for those who have some education, are ethnic minorities or women. The smartest individuals never do a lick of work in 30 years but spend their time working on getting promoted to useless positions without ever suffering the stresses of being a real police officer
Jail Guard/Matron - Permanent/Part-time (Former Employee) – Temiskaming Shores, ON – 27 August 2016
In securing the area of work, either at the detachment or at the court house, all involved are working within, to create a safe environment. From arriving to the location, making sure all information is passed along to all individuals involved, that the equipment is working properly and that a calm atmosphere is present, the job offers a great deal of camaraderie, professionalism and security. You must always be ready for the surprises such as an ailing or mentally handicapped prisoner, or one that could easily harm themselves or others. Keeping up-to-date with procedures, culture requirements, duties and preparedness, all workers can rely on a consistent work day.
Detachment Admin. Clerk (Current Employee) – Toronto, ON – 19 January 2015
Provide quality in-person, front reception client services by providing timely and accurate information to their inquiries in a high-volume environment Well organized, highly motivated team player Committed, reliable, hardworking individual with strong organization skills Excellent communication, time management and effective problem solving skills Work productively within a fast-paced environment and extremely detail and task oriented Hire employees on cotract and full-time basis work with deadlines Prepare budget forecast, financial audit & bill payments
SPECIAL CONSTABLE (Current Employee) – Perth, ON – 21 May 2014
Duties: Enforce the Motorized Snowmobile Vehicle Act, Highway Traffic Act as it pertains to snowmobiles, Arrest, transport and detain in accordance with these acts, Keep record of all patrols and information, obtaining information and preparing reports or case histories, preparing crown briefs, laying charges and issuing Provincial Offence Notices Part 1 and 3, appearing in court, arrest and rights procedures and inputting daily patrol reports into a centralized computer system, complete patrols on a regular basis, work with OPP Officers in the line of duty.
Matron (female guard) presently employeed (Former Employee) – Dufferin and Wellington counties – 9 October 2013
Arriving on time, obtaining the necessary paper work for each prisoner; recording and physically observing each person every 15 minutes; until signing off at end of shift. I have learned a lot about human nature from their up bringing, culture, religion and different environments. Management and co-workers have always been compassionate, caring, understanding and helpful with prisoners and other employees. The hardest part of the job is when the young offenders are arrested and brought to the holding cells. The most enjoyable part of the job is interacting with most of the prisoners and with the staff.
Auxillary Constable (Former Employee) – Brampton, ON – 12 August 2013
I attended the Ontario Provincial Police College, and completed the curriculum at Aylmer Police College as well. 2 of my subjects were below 75%, therefore, they were not able to advance me to constable status. Sadly, Ontario had just cut the budget for OPP funding, and could not afford to have me re-do these courses. It was disappointing to me, but I believe that had this not occurred, I would not have met my husband, and had our son, if I had been working with the OPP. I guess everything happens for a reason.
Provincial Constable First Class (Former Employee) – Madoc, Ontario – 3 July 2013
A profession that is far and away most satisfying for those people that have the norms and integrity to do the job. Politics is a major downfall as every profession now a days has some degree of it in it.