Civilian Opportunities 
 
 

There are many rewarding jobs within the Halton Regional Police Service (HRPS) that don't involve issuing a single ticket. More than 280 permanent, full-time civilian employees provide support and specialized expertise in areas such as 9-1-1 Communications, IT, Human Resources, Finance and Corporate Communications to the entire Service.

Continuing, full-time and part-time employees receive competitive compensation, benefit and pension packages, as well as qualify for tuition reimbursement to help them achieve their desired career goals.

In addition to our continuing members, our Service maintains a pool of approximately 80 temporary employees who are hired to cover positions that cannot remain vacant during periods of absence. These identified positions require significant training and the individuals holding these contracts have been fully assessed and demonstrate the competencies required to perform all aspects of the job.

The HRPS has the following categories of temporary employees:

Temporary Full-Time:

This category consists of those individuals who have not been appointed by the Police Services Board, but are employed by the HRPS on a contractual basis for a determined number of hours per week that is greater than or equal to thirty-five (35) hours.

Temporary Part-Time:

This category consists of those individuals who have not been appointed by the Police Services Board, but are employed by the HRPS on a contractual basis for a determined number of hours per week that is less than thirty-five (35) hours.

Temporary As Required:

This category consists of those individuals who have not been appointed by the Police Services Board, but are employed by the HRPS on a contractual basis without a determined number of hours attached to the contract. These individuals receive specific requests to work as the need arises. There is no guarantee of hours associated with their employment contracts.

The Halton Regional Police Service's job posting system gives all civilians (continuing and/or contractual basis staff members) the opportunity to apply for promotion or career change.

We have made significant strides to ensure that our employee population reflects the makeup of the community we serve. The Halton Regional Police Service is an equal opportunity employer.



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