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 JOB POSTING

 POSITION:              Automated Speed Enforcement (ASE) Technician

 POSTING DATE:          7 January 2021

 POSTING CLOSES:     15 January 2021 @ 1600 hours

 EFFECTIVE DATE:      TBA

 SALARY:                     $23.00 per hour

 EMPLOYMENT TERM: Casual Contract Position  

To ensure consideration, resumes must be received no later than 4:00 p.m., 15 January 2021 C/O Superintendent Mickleborough by the following methods:

 

-          Hand Delivered to the Moose Jaw Police Service business days between 8:00 AM-5:00 PM

-          Emailed to Superintendent Mickleborough at  tmickleborough@mjpolice.ca

-          Sent by mail or courier to: the Moose Jaw Police Service 21 Fairford St. West Moose Jaw, Sask. S6H-1V2

 

Qualifications:

 Education:

-          Completion Grade XII education, or equivalent.

 Prerequisites:

-          Security - must meet the Moose Jaw Police Service security screening requirements including

o   Interview

o   Pre-employment Polygraph Examination

o   Security and Background investigation

-          Proven good oral and written communication skills; and fluent in spoken English.

-          Proficient in use of MS Word, Windows, Spreadsheets (ex. Excel) and database computer programs

-          Proven reliability in being able to display good judgement concerning confidential matters

-          Proficiency in general office procedures, data processing software, Windows operating procedure and keyboarding.

 Desired:

-          Knowledge of Court Procedures and testifying

-          Ability to work remotely or from home

-          Basic understanding of the Saskatchewan Traffic Safety Act

 

Position Description

 Function:

The primary function is the processing of ASE Summary Offence Tickets

 Accountability:

The ASE Special Constable is accountable to the Supervisor in the Community/Strategic Services Division and the ASE Special Constable at the Moose Jaw Police Service.

 Primary Tasks:

Below is a non-exhaustive list of tasks:

-          Reviews all ASE photographs and evidence to ensure accuracy and confirm violations

-          Provides confirmation of violations to the Information Service Provider

-          Utilizes appropriate Moose Jaw Police Service records management systems to assist with the identification of vehicle owners and processing of ASE documents and Summary Offence Tickets

-          Enters data to create and record Offence Notices for violations.

-          Facilitates delivery of documents related to ASE enforcement

-          Completes investigations, collects evidence, lay charges, compile and submit reports, participate in prosecutions as necessary.

 

Position Competencies:

Work Standards: sets high standards of performance for self and the organization.

Reliability: dependable, does any and all things that are expected or required for the completion of cases and tasks; works well with little or no supervision.

Planning and Organizing Skills: establishes priorities and course of action by using resources and time efficiently to accomplish tasks; uses resources appropriately; concludes work assignments in an efficient and orderly fashion with little or no supervision.

Multi-tasking: successfully manages and completes a multiplicity of tasks and/or projects simultaneously, or by rapid alternation between tasks, through maximizing use of available time and by frequently adjusting priorities.

Initiative: originates action; actively attempts to influence events to accomplish tasks; exerts extra effort when required; self-starting; takes action to achieve goals beyond what is called for.

                                                                             


JOB POSTING

POSITION:               Automated Speed Enforcement (ASE) Special Constable

POSTING DATE:          7 January 2021

POSTING CLOSES:     15 January 2021 @ 1600 hours

EFFECTIVE DATE:      TBA

SALARY:                     $51,160.00

EMPLOYMENT TERM: Full Time   

To ensure consideration, resumes must be received no later than 4:00 p.m., 15 January 2021 C/O Superintendent Mickleborough by the following methods:

-          Hand Delivered to the Moose Jaw Police Service business days between 8:00 AM-5:00 PM

-          Emailed to Superintendent Mickleborough at  tmickleborough@mjpolice.ca

-          Sent by mail or courier to: the Moose Jaw Police Service 21 Fairford St. West Moose Jaw, Sask. S6H-1V2

 

Qualifications:

 Education:

-          Completion Grade XII education, or equivalent.

 Prerequisites:

-          Security - must meet the Moose Jaw Police Service security screening requirements including

o   Interview

o   Pre-employment Polygraph Examination

o   Security and Background investigation

-          Proven good oral and written communication skills; and fluent in spoken English.

-          Proficient in use of MS Word, Windows, Spreadsheets (ex. Excel) and database computer programs

-          Proven reliability in being able to display good judgement concerning confidential matters

-          Proficiency in general office procedures, data processing software, Windows operating procedure and keyboarding.

 Desired:

-          Knowledge of Court Procedures and testifying

-          Ability to work remotely or from home

-          Basic understanding of the Saskatchewan Traffic Safety Act

-          Previous experience in program and/or data entry management

-          Basic knowledge of Information Technology (IT)

 

Position Description                                                                      

Function:

The primary function is the management, operations of the Moose Jaw Police Service ASE program including the processing of ASE Summary Offence Tickets

Accountability:

The ASE Special Constable is accountable to the Supervisor in the Community/Strategic Services Division.

Primary Tasks:

Below is a non-exhaustive list of tasks:

-          Reviews all ASE photographs and evidence to ensure accuracy and confirm violations

-          Provides confirmation of violations to the Information Service Provider

-          Utilizes appropriate Moose Jaw Police Service records management systems to assist with the identification of vehicle owners and processing of ASE documents and Summary Offence Tickets

-          Enters data to create and record Offence Notices for violations.

-          Facilitates delivery of documents related to ASE enforcement

-          Completes investigations, collects evidence, lay charges, compile and submit reports, participate in prosecutions as necessary.

-          Work cooperatively and maintain strong working relationships with partners including Saskatchewan Government Insurance, Information Service Provider(s), ASE special constables and technicians assigned to the Saskatchewan ASE program

-          Troubleshoot and problem solve issues and interruptions in service

-          Liaise with Moose Jaw Police Service Supervisory staff

-          Answer complaints and phone inquiries

-          Prepare monthly quarterly and annual statistics as required.

-          Oversight of the Moose Jaw ASE operations

-          Other duties as assigned

Position Competencies:

Knowledge & Experience: knowledge and experience with taking fingerprints; ability to apply general office procedures; knowledge of, and experience with data processing software, Windows operating system, and keyboarding.

Communication Skills: ability to communicate effectively in oral and written English; ability to listen, comprehend, record, and relay information accurately.

Cooperation: work willingly and constructively with peers, and supervisors in a team environment; relates to Police Service personnel and the community in obtaining their cooperation; and acts considerately of others and their opinion.

Work Standards: sets high standards of performance for self and the organization; addresses unsatisfactory performance.

Reliability: dependable, does any and all things that are expected or required for the completion of cases and tasks; works well with little or no supervision.

Planning and Organizing Skills: establishes priorities and course of action by using resources and time efficiently; determines appropriate courses of action for self and others to accomplish a specific task; uses resources appropriately; concludes work assignments in an efficient and orderly fashion with little or no supervision.

Interpersonal Skills: demonstrates sensitivity for the feelings and needs of others (job-related or personal); displays tact and diplomacy; establishes a rapport or working relationship with others to accomplish tasks; keeps others informed. 

Multi-tasking: successfully manages and completes a multiplicity of tasks and/or projects simultaneously, or by rapid alternation between tasks, through maximizing use of available time and by frequently adjusting priorities.

Adaptability: maintains effectiveness when working in varying environments, or on changing or new tasks.

Flexibility:  modifies behavior to reach goals when obstructed by the attitudes, beliefs, opinion, or behavior of other person or persons.

Action Management: identifies changes required to enhance customer service and organizational effectiveness and efficiency.

Initiative: originates action; actively attempts to influence events to accomplish tasks; exerts extra effort when required; self-starting; takes action to achieve goals beyond what is called for.

 

Media Releases


 

Moose Jaw Police Service
2020 July 19 - 2020 July 20

 

0700 hours – 0700 hours

 

                                                                                         Total Calls – 32

 

 

 

0839 hours – Disturbance – Subjects found to be having an argument, warned subjects told to keep it down.

 

 

 

0907 hours – Unwanted Guest – Person bothering customers in business, subject left on police request.

 

 

 

1006 hours – Unwanted Guest – Person bothering customers in business, subject advised of trespassing and sent on his way.

 

 

 

1122 hours – Dispute – Miscommunication between parties, situation was mediated.

 

 

 

1237 hours – Dog Barking – Constant dog barking in area that has been ongoing issue. Dog was moved inside.

 

 

 

1257 hours – Theft Under – Theft of gas from gas station, still under investigation.

 

 

 

1308 hours – Dog Barking – Dogs barking non-stop related to previous complaint, homeowner to be charged.

 

 

 

1337 hours – Unwanted Guest – Subject in business scaring customers, subject was arrested.

 

 

 

1433 hours – MVA – Two vehicles involved, two vehicles tow, no injuries, approximately $40,000 damage, 1 person charged.

 

 

 

1443 hours – Assist to Locate – Subject was located and doing well.

 

 

 

1501 hours – Alarm Call – Business alarm, police responded but cancelled by Alarm Company.

 

 

 

1849 hours – Dispute – Situation was mediated

 

 

 

2015 hours – Threats – Subject to be charged with assault, threats and breach of conditions.

 

 

 

2050 hours – Dog Barking – Dog has been barking all day, homeowner warned.

 

 

 

0339 hours – Unwanted Guest – Subject won’t leave after being released. Subject left on police request.

 

 

 

911 Calls – 4

 

Warrants Executed - 5

 

 

 


Moose Jaw Police Service

2020 August 24 – August 25

0700 hours – 0700 hours

Total Calls – 44

 

 

0830 hours – Suspicious Occurrence – Abandoned house looks like people have been going inside. Building was cleared. Owner was contacted to secure.

 

0937 hours – Dog Barking – Owner warned of bylaw.

 

1134 hours – Mischief – Truck was shot with BB gun. Approx. $2000 damage. SUI

 

1313 hours – Theft – Wallet was stolen. SUI to receive video footage.

 

1443 hours – Theft – Table and chair were stolen. SUI

 

1456 hours – Shoplifting – Video dropped off. SUI

 

1502 hours – Shoplifting – Video dropped off. SUI

 

1640 hours – Recovered stolen property – To be processed by IDENT.

 

1928 hours – Insecurity – Business door will not latch. Manager was notified of issue.

 

1942 hours – Assist other Government Agency – Power line was down. SK Power fixed

 

2015 hours – Assist to Locate – Subject was found and returned home.

 

2024 hours – Fire Call – Grass fire, fire department attended and put out fire.

 

2052 hours – Fire Call – Blue recycle bin burned. SUI

 

2146 hours- Theft – Lawnmower was taken. SUI

 

2336 hours – Assist Sick Person – Subject was taken to hospital by EMS for further care.

 

0058 hours – Assist Sick Person – Subject located and left in care of family.

 

0530 hours – Mischief – Car window was smashed sometime overnight, SUI.

 

0538 hours – Dog Barking – Owner was warned under bylaw.

 

 

Assist other Agency - 8

911 Calls - 3

Warrant execution – 2

PACT - 1

Statistics

                                                          Statistical Extract- December 2015
             
         
  Offence December December YTD YTD % change
  2014 2015 2014 2015
  Crimes Against the Person          
  Homicide 0 0 0 0 N/C
  Attempted Murder 0 0 0 1 #DIV/0!
  Assaults 27 16 260 231 -11.2%
       Sexual Assaults 3 3 23 23 0.0%
       Common Assaults 22 11 190 170 -10.5%
       Assault with Weapon/Cause Bodily Harm 1 2 35 32 -8.6%
       Aggravated Assault 0 0 1 1 0.0%
       Assault Police 1 0 11 5 -54.5%
  Robbery 0 1 9 16 77.8%
  Threatening Sec. 810 8 8 86 74 -14.0%
  Domestic Dispute 26 25 305 319 4.6%
  Total Crimes Against the Person 34 33 385 403 4.7%
  Crimes Against Property          
  Breaking And Entering 5 17 138 137 -0.7%
       Business Premises 0 3 14 18 28.6%
       Residence 5 9 82 80 -2.4%
       Other Break And Enter 0 5 42 39 -7.1%
  Theft of Motor Vehicle 6 5 54 70 29.6%
  Theft Over $5000 1 4 19 15 -21.1%
  Theft Under $5000 35 62 612 724 18.3%
  Arson 1 0 16 15 -6.3%
  Mischief (property damage) 45 24 426 459 7.7%
  Total Crimes Against Property 120 139 1604 1785 11.3%
  Other Criminal Code Violations          
  Impaired Driving 12 12 160 153 -4.4%
  Drugs 8 5 115 93 -19.1%
  Other           
  MVA over $1000 46 25 357 296 -17.1%
  Provincial Liquor Infractions 12 17 345 367 6.4%
  Summary Offence Tickets 176 95 4957 3898 -21.4%
  Suicide 0 0 5 4 -20.0%
  Fail to Comply With Court Order 63 60 739 683 -7.6%
  Missing Person 14 2 154 133 -13.6%
  Communications Summary          
  Calls for Service 1231 1162 16432 15782 -4.0%
  Alarms 59 52 711 628 -11.7%

                                                          Statistical Extract- December 2014
             
         
  Offence December December YTD YTD % change
  2013 2014 2013 2014
  Crimes Against the Person          
  Homicide 0 0 0 0 N/C
  Attempted Murder 0 0 0 0 N/C
  Assaults 21 23 248 257 3.6%
       Sexual Assaults 2 3 20 24 20.0%
       Common Assaults 15 14 178 172 -3.4%
       Assault with Weapon/Cause Bodily Harm 2 1 31 35 12.9%
       Aggravated Assault 1 0 6 1 -83.3%
       Assault Police 1 1 12 11 -8.3%
       Other Assaults (resist arrest) 0 4 1 14 1300.0%
  Robbery 0 0 6 9 50.0%
  Threatening Sec. 810 7 8 128 86 -32.8%
  Domestic Dispute 17 24 298 303 1.7%
  Total Crimes Against the Person 27 30 331 380 14.8%
  Crimes Against Property          
  Breaking And Entering 13 4 172 136 -20.9%
       Business Premises 1 0 26 14 -46.2%
       Residence 9 4 92 80 -13.0%
       Other Break And Enter 3 0 54 42 -22.2%
  Theft of Motor Vehicle 5 5 90 54 -40.0%
  Theft Over $5000 1 1 11 19 72.7%
  Theft Under $5000 35 32 569 605 6.3%
  Arson 0 0 13 15 15.4%
  Mischief (property damage) 32 42 408 421 3.2%
  Total Crimes Against Property 112 112 1662 1586 -4.6%
  Other Criminal Code Violations          
  Impaired Driving 13 11 179 159 -11.2%
  Drugs 5 8 113 115 1.8%
  Other           
  MVA over $1000 48 44 388 355 -8.5%
  Provincial Liquor Infractions 18 12 275 345 25.5%
  Summary Offence Tickets 215 173 4267 4947 15.9%
  Suicide 1 0 7 5 -28.6%
  Fail to Comply With Court Order 49 60 758 784 3.4%
  Missing Person 5 14 118 154 30.5%
  Communications Summary          
  Calls for Service 1179 1231 16150 16432 1.7%
  Alarms 73 59 850 771 -9.3%
             
  note: some totals include categories not listed          
             

                                                          Statistical Extract- December 2016
             
         
  Offence December December YTD YTD % change
  2015 2016 2015 2016
  Crimes Against the Person          
  Homicide 0 0 0 0 N/C
  Attempted Murder 0 0 1 3 200.0%
  Assaults 19 22 260 368 41.5%
       Sexual Assaults 3 3 24 35 45.8%
       Common Assaults 14 16 198 262 32.3%
       Assault with Weapon/Cause Bodily Harm 2 2 32 51 59.4%
       Aggravated Assault 0 0 1 4 300.0%
       Assault Police 0 1 5 16 220.0%
  Robbery 1 4 16 10 -37.5%
  Threatening Sec. 810 10 4 77 98 27.3%
  Domestic Dispute 33 23 328 321 -2.1%
  Total Crimes Against the Person 39 35 410 490 19.5%
  Crimes Against Property          
  Breaking And Entering 18 8 140 187 33.6%
       Business Premises 3 2 18 15 -16.7%
       Residence 10 3 81 120 48.1%
       Other Break And Enter 5 3 41 52 26.8%
  Theft of Motor Vehicle 4 9 69 76 10.1%
  Theft Over $5000 0 0 15 8 -46.7%
  Theft Under $5000 70 47 733 966 31.8%
  Arson 0 0 16 17 6.3%
  Mischief <$5000 (property damage) 27 24 461 504 9.3%
  Total Crimes Against Property 157 106 1804 2161 19.8%
  Other Criminal Code Violations          
  Impaired Driving 13 11 157 125 -20.4%
  Fail to Comply With Court Order 60 71 684 910 33.0%
  Other           
  MVA over $1000 25 27 298 328 10.1%
  Provincial Liquor Infractions 21 12 372 232 -37.6%
  Summary Offence Tickets 111 135 3919 3318 -15.3%
  Drugs 6 5 94 80 -14.9%
        Cocaine 0 0 10 14 40.0%
        Cannabis 3 3 58 48 -17.2%
        Methamphetamine 0 0 1 7 600.0%
       Other CDSA Drugs 1 2 25 11 -56.0%
  Communications Summary          
  Calls for Service 1162 1127 15782 16778 6.3%
             
  note: some totals include categories not listed          

                                                   Moose Jaw Police Service
             
                                                   Statistical Extract- December 2017
             
         
  Offence December December YTD YTD % change
  2016 2017 2016 2017
  Crimes Against the Person          
  Homicide 0 0 0 0 N/C
  Attempted Murder 0 0 3 0 -100.0%
  Assaults 29 22 373 326 -12.6%
       Sexual Assaults 4 2 34 39 14.7%
       Common Assaults 22 16 268 229 -14.6%
       Assault with Weapon/Cause Bodily Harm 1 3 50 53 6.0%
       Aggravated Assault 1 0 5 2 -60.0%
       Assault Police 1 1 16 3 -81.3%
  Robbery 4 1 10 10 0.0%
  Threatening Sec. 810 4 5 98 108 10.2%
  Domestic Dispute 23 18 321 262 -18.4%
  Total Crimes Against the Person 42 32 496 473 -4.6%
  Crimes Against Property          
  Breaking And Entering 10 4 189 178 -5.8%
       Business Premises 3 2 16 37 131.3%
       Residence 3 2 120 97 -19.2%
       Other Break And Enter 4 0 53 44 -17.0%
  Theft of Motor Vehicle 8 8 75 86 14.7%
  Theft Over $5000 0 1 8 17 112.5%
  Theft Under $5000 59 60 980 769 -21.5%
  Arson 0 0 17 11 -35.3%
  Mischief <$5000 (property damage) 27 22 508 325 -36.0%
  Total Crimes Against Property 127 110 2182 1728 -20.8%
  Other Criminal Code Violations          
  Impaired Driving 12 11 126 138 9.5%
  Fail to Comply With Court Order 71 58 921 892 -3.1%
  Other           
  MVA over $1000 29 23 330 298 -9.7%
  Provincial Liquor Infractions 12 14 233 232 -0.4%
  Summary Offence Tickets 139 91 3324 2352 -29.2%
  Drugs 6 2 82 68 -17.1%
        Cocaine 0 0 14 11 -21.4%
        Cannabis 4 1 50 34 -32.0%
        Methamphetamine 0 1 7 4 -42.9%
       Other CDSA Drugs 2 0 11 19 72.7%
  Communications Summary          
  Calls for Service 1127 1217 16778 15976 -4.8%
             
  note: some totals include categories not listed