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People are at the heart of policing. As such, recruiting and selecting the right men and women is of paramount importance to us.

Each day, the Halton Regional Police Service's world-class team of over 1000 sworn and civilian members endeavour to help make Halton the safest regional municipality in Canada to live, work and play.

From constables and detectives to IT managers and human resources professionals, a multitude of exciting career opportunities await those with the talent, experience and desire to make a meaningful contribution to our diverse and fast-growing community.

Police Officer

The Halton Regional Police Service motto, One Vision, One Mission, One Team, is founded on the belief that progressive, world-class policing comes from working in partnership with the people we serve to reduce, deter and prevent crime, and ensure public safety.

Because our uniform officers are the face of policing in Halton Region, we are committed to recruiting, training and developing the talents of well-rounded men and women with passion, integrity and desire to make a difference in people's lives.

Learn more about becoming an Officer!

Police Cadet

The Halton Regional Police Service established its one-year Police Cadet program in June, 2009. The primary purpose of the Police Cadet program is to promote and enhance the career development and experience of future Police Constable candidates.

The recruiting process typically consists of information sessions and the submission of online applications. Subsequent stages involve interviews, psychological testing, background investigations and medical examinations. Candidates are invited to download the application package.

Learn more about becoming a Cadet

Auxiliary Officer

The Halton Regional Police Service Auxiliary Policing Services Unit was founded in 1989 and is comprised of trained civilian volunteers.

It is a demanding but rewarding activity where satisfaction is derived from making a significant contribution to the safety and wellbeing of the community at large.

Our 50 Auxiliary Officers average over 5,000 hours of volunteer hours annually in support of the Halton Regional Police Service and the communities we serve.

Learn more about becoming an Auxiliary Officer

Civilian

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.

Learn more about becoming a Civilian

Volunteer

The support of more than 200 volunteers throughout Halton Region who work with our police officers and civilian members each day is vital to helping make our community as safe tomorrow as it is today.

Whether you contribute your time and talents to Auxiliary Policing, Communities on Phone Patrol (COPP), Seniors And Law Enforcement Together (SALT), Seniors Helpline, or Victim Services Unit, by volunteering with the Halton Regional Police Service, you actively demonstrate your commitment to the safety and well-being of others, and help guarantee the success of our programs and community partnerships.

Learn more about becoming a Volunteer

The Halton Regional Police Service is an equal opportunity employer.

Structured selection processes are in place to ensure that the people we hire are chosen on the basis of merit and that all hiring is free from bias and discrimination.

If you think you have what it takes to be a member of the Halton Regional Police Service as a uniform officer or civilian employee, read on.

The Halton Regional Police Service supports the goals of Ontario Regulation 191/11 - Integrated Accessibility Standards and is pleased to accommodate applicants who have a disability during the recruitment process. Please inform Human Resources Services at 905-825-4777 ext. 5232 if you require a disability related accommodation in order to participate in the recruitment process.

The Halton Regional Police Service is committed to building an inclusive process that respects the dignity and independence of people with disabilities.