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Police enhanced security clearance –

Specific to police agency to which the Victim Service Unit is associated.

Emotional Management

Ability to manage one’s own emotions during high stress situations


Maintain confidentiality in accordance with program policy.


Strong communication skills.


Hold yourself to the highest standards.


Attend all mandatory training sessions.


Desire to assist victims of crime and tragedy in your community.

Age Requirement

18 years or older.


Some agencies require Canadian Citizen/Landed Immigrant status but RCMP-based programs can consider individuals who have resided in Canada for a minimum of 5 years.

Valid Drivers License

Mandatory in most areas but not all.

Current Career Opportunities



 March 20,2019

High Level Community Policing Society – Assistant Coordinator

Victim Support Unit

Box 2001, High Level, AB. T0H1Z0

Phone: (780)821-7020  Fax: (780)926-3444


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Position: Assistant Coordinator
High Level Office 12 hours a week
Meander River Office 14 hours a week
Bushie River Office 14 hours a week

Victim Support Unit provides crisis intervention, court preparation/ accompaniment, support and referrals to individuals affected by crime and trauma. The Assistant Coordinators are responsible to assist the program coordinator with their duties as directed by the program coordinator.

1. Degree/ Diploma in the Human Services field and/ or equivalent combination of
education & experience.
2. Experience working within Indigenous Communities.
3. Indigenous Culture Awareness.
4. Certificate/ diploma in management or equivalent work experience.
5. Pass a Child Welfare Intervention Record Check- (CYIM).
6. Pass a RCMP Enhanced Security Clearance.
7. Possess a valid Alberta Driver’s License.
8. Canadian Citizen & 18 years of age or older.

Duties & Responsibilities:
1. Program Administration.
2. Case Work Coordination.
4. Education & Public Relations.
For a complete Job Description please contact the above.

Wage Grid:
Starting pay scale $27.00-$30.00 /Hour dependent on experience, increase after probationary period Some benefits after 3 months
This is a term position of one year which ends March 31, 2020, with a possibility of extension dependent on grant funding.

Closing Date: March 20, 2019
Please forward resumes to Box 2001, High Level AB, TOH lZO or Fax 780-926-3444.

 March 1,2019

Crisis Support Court Worker – Lethbridge

Victim/Witness Services

(9 month term, with possibility of extension)


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The Lethbridge Police Service is currently accepting applications for a term full time Crisis Support Court Worker who will perform a variety of technical/clerical/Crisis Support court work with victims with the Lethbridge Police, Victim/Witness Services Unit, including files of a confidential and sensitive nature for Victim/Witness Services.

We are looking for an individual who will utilize a combination of Victim/Witness Service and police information systems to administer files. The crisis support court worker acts as a conduit between the Police Service, Prosecutors, community partners, the courthouse and all victims/witnesses of crime. The CSCW will attend court to facilitate communication between prosecutors and victims/witnesses on trial days, accompaniment and supportive follow up before, during and following court procedures.


• Provides a full spectrum of court support for victims/witnesses during the criminal justice process, including preparing various correspondence, and maintaining the court trial database to ensure victims of crime receive all appropriate supports.
• Provide Crisis Intervention techniques when supporting victims of crime during the criminal justice process.
• Prepare Court files and attend the necessary domestic violence/sexual assault court meetings.
• Compiles monthly, quarterly and annual statistics for both the Police Service and the Alberta Justice and Solicitor General’s office.
• Customer service via phone/in-person contact with victims/clients/community partners.
• Filing/emailing and/or faxing reports and documents to courthouse/crown prosecutor’s office.
• Cross train to perform the duties of the Administrative Assistant to the Program Manager during vacations and other absences.
• Ensure all victims receive information on government programs such as: Financial Benefits, Victim Impact Statements and Request for Restitution prior to or on trial dates.


• Post-secondary degree in fields of crisis intervention skills/knowledge and/or equivalent of 2 – 5 years of related experience in a law enforcement environment or equivalent combination thereof. (Other experiences and/or prior education will be considered).
• Exceptional verbal and written communications skills.
• Exceptional computer skills including Microsoft Office especially Excel/Access applications.
• Understanding of issues affecting victims of crime and tragedy.
• Demonstrated ability to work independently under indirect supervision.
• Demonstrated interpersonal skills to establish and maintain working relationships with all community partners in the criminal justice process.
• Successful completion of the Alberta Justice and Solicitor General’s Victim Advocate Core Training Certificate (E-Learning) within 6 months of the employee’s commencement date.
• Successful complete the Lethbridge Police Service Victim/Witness Services certified training to support victims of crime.
• Child Witness Court preparation Program complete certification course.


The successful candidate is required to consent to a police security clearance, which includes the voluntary completion and submission of a personal disclosure form (lifestyle questionnaire), criminal and police records check, reference checks and truth verification through polygraph examination.

Excel application test will be administered.

WAGE: $33.62 per hour

HOURS: 37.5 hours per week

For further information on this opportunity, please contact:
Darcie James, Program Manager – Lethbridge Police Service Victim/Witness Services at 403.330.5023 or

Qualified candidates are invited to submit their application or resume with cover letter.

Closing Date: March 1, 2019

1. Resumes will be reviewed for qualifications, education, experience, training and skills
2. Selected applicants will be contacted to complete a Personal Disclosure Form
3. Successful applicants will be contacted for a Behavioral Descriptive Interview
4 Security Clearance Check will be conducted
5. A Polygraph (truth verification test) may be scheduled
6. A successful candidate(s) will be selected and offered the position
7. All components of the selection process will be administered, scored, evaluated and interpreted in a fair and uniform manner
8. Duration of the process will be approximately two months.


Only individuals selected for interviews will be contacted. All candidates are thanked in advance for their interest and are free to apply to other opportunities.

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