Community Constable careers
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A Community Constable (CC) is an armed, uniformed peace officer at the rank of Special Constable member. Their primary focus is engaging their communities in active crime prevention/reduction activities, and building positive relationships between their communities and the RCMP. CCs enhance (not replace) the work of general duty RCMP constables; they also have the capacity to provide tactical, enforcement and investigational support to other RCMP officers if required.
Community Constables have a valuable knowledge of the geography, culture and language in the communities they serve, and remain in those communities for the duration for their time as a CC. Do you have what it takes to become a CC?
Salary and benefits
When you successfully complete the Cadet Training Program and have been offered employment, you will be hired as a Special Constable at an annual salary of $57,996 to a maximum of $68,423 (as of January 1, 2014).
Training is 21 weeks in duration at Depot Academy in Regina, Sask.
For more information about the CC program, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
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