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MOOSE JAW POLICE SERVICE

Communications Officer

Dispatcher/Call-Taker 

                  

Key Responsibilities:

Receive and evaluate requests for police assistance; take reports; provide information, advice, and assistance to the public and police personnel; dispatch personnel according to complaint priority utilizing telephone, radio, and computer-aided dispatch; operate computer information systems; perform clerical duties.

 

Qualifications:

§ minimum Grade XII education; 

§  minimum keyboarding speed of 50 wpm; 

§  post-secondary training in data processing and Windows; 

§  fluent in written and spoken English; 

§  clear and effective communication skills; 

§  proven good judgement and decision-making abilities; 

§  must meet security and integrity requirements.

§ hearing test may be required

 

 

Salary:

Salary is based on Local #9 C.U.P.E. Job Group 7 @ $25.08 – 28.50 per hour.

The position may entail working 12 hour shifts INCLUDING nights and weekends.

7:00 AM to 7:00 PM and 7:00 PM to 7:00 AM.  

These Casual/Part time positions guarantee 50% full time hours per month.

 

Application packages are available on the Moose Jaw Police Service website: www.mjpolice.ca, Recruitment, Civilian 

Print the 3 documents under Application Package and complete.

With the completed application package, please submit a Career Profile/Resume and certification acquired within the past 12 months relative to the minimum keyboarding requirement. If keyboarding certification is not available, testing will be given to those who are to be interviewed.

 

Closing date May 19, 2020. Please forward completed packages to:

 

Shelley Goudie

Communication CentreCoordinator 

Moose Jaw Police Service

21 Fairford Street West

Moose Jaw, SK.   S6H 1V2

 

For more information contact: sgoudie@mjpolice.ca  or phone (306) 694-7629

 

We thank all applicants, however, only those to be interviewed will be contacted.


Announcements

The Moose Jaw Police Service wants to assure the public that it has been closely monitoring the current COVID-19 pandemic and are in constant communication with the Moose Jaw Public Health Office. The Moose Jaw Police Service is committed to the safety of the citizens of the community and its staff and has implemented policy and procedures to maintain policing levels during this difficult time.

It is important to remain informed and diligent during this time and to gain information and advice through reliable sources. All questions regarding health details for the pandemic should be directed to Saskatchewan Health website www.saskatchewan.ca/coronavirus.

The Moose Jaw Police Service will continue to provide all essential emergency services to the community through these challenging time. Though our building at 21 Fairford Street West remains open to the public, we ask that if at all possible general police related inquiries be made by calling the non-emergency line at 306-694-7600, rather than attending the Police Service. For immediate emergency assistance please call 9-1-1.

Until Further notice Criminal Record Checks, Inspection Tickets and Civilian Fingerprinting will be suspended. Where necessary other arrangements may be made by calling 306-694-7611

The Police Service is requesting the cooperation of the public in reporting any symptoms of COVID -19 when using emergency services to assist our members in determining an appropriate response. Additional questions may be asked by officers or communication staff as we aim to ensure everyone’s health and safety.

The Moose Jaw Police Service wants to again reassure the public that we are well trained and prepared to manage our community’s safety in the face of COVID-19. We ask that you consider the best way we can serve you as we work hard to keep our staff safe so that we can keep the community safe.


Moose Jaw Police Service

Pandemic Response Information

23 March 2020

  

The Moose Jaw Police Service is committed to providing continued comprehensive policing services as we navigate the challenges of COVID-19.  We are also actively supporting compliance with the Public Health Order issued by the Chief Medical Health Officer.

The Public Health Order sets out a number of requirements and is available at:

www.saskatchewan.ca/coronavirus

The Moose Jaw Police Service reminds people who have returned from international travel of the order’s mandatory self- isolation requirement. Self- isolation is described at www.saskatchewan.ca/coronavirus:

Self- isolation means staying at home and avoiding situations where there is a potential to spread the infection to others: work; school; sporting events; social, cultural and religious gatherings; and public places such as restaurants and malls. You should also avoid public transportation. If you have a pressing necessity and need to leave home, please wear a surgical mask while you are out.

The Moose Jaw Police Service, in partnership with the health authorities, will be working with local businesses and individuals affected by this Public Health Order to provide information and assistance in coming into compliance with the order’s provisions.  It will also be visiting locations to ensure compliance is maintained.

The Moose Jaw Police Service encourages everyone to become familiar with the provisions of the Public Health Order and follow its requirements to ensure we are all doing our part to keep our community safe and healthy.

 

Rick Bourassa

Chief of Police


Moose Jaw Police Service

Pandemic Response Information

April 2, 2020

 

The Moose Jaw Police Service would like to update the community regarding Saskatchewan Health’s newly created COVID-19 Non-Compliance Reporting Procedure.

Saskatchewan Health now has online and telephone reporting of any Health Order violations.

The public can visit their website: www.saskatchewan.ca/coronavirus

Or call 1(855)559-5502

 

Calls for Service

Moose Jaw Police Service
2020 May 23 - 2020 May 24
0700 hours- 0700 hours
Total Calls – 35

 

1305 hours – Subject dumping garbage in private bins.  Subject  warned about waste management.

 

1346 hours – Hit and Run.  Approximately $1,000 damage.

 

1352 hours – Sometime overnight window smashed on vehicle.

 

1541 hours – Hit and Run.  Still under investigation.

 

1658 hours – Trespass.  Subject banned from property and re-attended.  Still under investigation to speak with subject.

 

1742 hours – Loud party.  Homeowner warned regarding the bylaw.

 

1754 hours – Dispute.  Both parties spoken to. 

 

1758 hours – One person charged with breaching orders.  Will appear in court at a later date.

 

1849 hours – Dispute.  Situation mediated.

 

1924 hours – Mischief to property.  Still under investigation to determine if anything is missing.

 

2023 hours – Break and Enter.  Subjects warned.

 

2029 hours – Dispute.  Civil dispute.  Situation mediated.

 

2042 hours – Assault.  One subject charged with assault and held until sober.

 

2058 hours – Possession of Drugs.  One subject charged for possessing drugs purchased from an unauthorized dealer.

 

2106 hours – Dispute.  Three subjects spoken to and sent on their way.

 

2231 hours – Dispute. Situation mediated and parties separated.

 

2231 hours – Dispute. Situation mediated and parties separated.

 

2231 hours – Dispute. Situation mediated and parties separated.

 

0031 hours – Barking dog.  Still under investigation to speak with the owner.

 

0057 hours – Mischief to property.  Property damaged estimated at $150.00.  Still under investigation.

 

0433 hours – Garage fire.  Still under investigation.

 

 

911 calls – 3

Assist other Agency -  5


 

Moose Jaw Police Service
2020 May 24 - 2020 May 25
0700 hours- 0700 hours
Total Calls – 28

 

 

 

0700 hours – Alarm Call – at a business, police attended - false alarm.

 

0814 hours – Theft of Auto – Vehicle stolen sometime overnight, vehicle left unlocked with keys inside.

 

0901 hours – Mischief – Mirrors on vehicle broken off, unknown when it occurred. Approximately $200.00 damage.

 

0922 hours – Unwanted Guest – Person at business.  Left on police intervention.

 

0948 hours – Dispute – Person at residence door won’t leave, mediated by police and agreed to leave.

 

1022 hours – Unwanted Guest - Person inside business that has been banned, person was escorted out and given a ride home.

 

1040 hours – License Suspension – Driver issued 72 hour suspension and 3 day impound.

 

1503 hours – Fire call – Vehicle on fire from mechanical problem, vehicle total loss.

 

1559 hours – Threats – Report of person entering house and making threats, dispute at residence, situation mediated.

 

2116 hours – Harassing Calls – Report of person bothering another on phone, advised to block person’s phone number.

 

0119 hours – Loud Party – Report of party at residence, police attended and warned homeowner of bylaw.

 

0141 hours – Fire – Garbage bin on fire put out by fire department.

 

 

 

PACT- 1
911 Calls –  3
Warrants Executed - 2

 

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