After successfully completing job training, Auxiliary Cadets will be deployed to a district office where they will work alongside sworn members at front counters.
The roles, responsibilities and job functions assigned to the Auxiliary Police Cadets will focus on non-enforcement related activities. The objective is to decrease the administrative workload of frontline personnel while providing Auxiliary Cadets with hands-on experience that can be applied to a future career in policing.
Specific Paid Duties include:
- Assist in the completion of reports such as accident reports (non-injury), property damage reports, and administration reports.
- Provide customer service to the general public by supplying information, making referrals, and/or booking appointments for a range of inquiries and requests.
- Attend biweekly training as scheduled (September to April), and assist with other duties as determined by the District or Calgary Police Service.
The position will work temporary, part-time hours throughout the year which may increase to full-time during the summer months (July and August). The majority of the shifts will range from 4 hours (min) to 8 hours (max) between 0700 and 2100 hours, 7 days per week.
The Auxiliary Cadets will attend biweekly training as scheduled (September to April), and assist with other duties as determined by the District or Calgary Police Service.