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Chief of Police

Job Information
Author odgers
Date May 5, 2019
Deadline Open
Type Full Time
Company Peel Regional Police
Salary Competitive - Per Hour
Location Peel Region, ON
Category Government
Contact Information

As the third largest police service in Ontario and the fourth largest municipal police service in Canada, Peel Regional Police serves 1.4 million residents and the estimated 35 million people who pass through the Pearson International Airport. The Peel Regional Police Service addresses crime through call response, investigations, enforcement, and police visibility. With over 2,000 police officers and 800 civilian employees, Peel’s solvency rates are amongst the highest in the country and crime rates are below provincial levels. The Peel Regional Police Service is committed to ‘A Safer Community Together’ and takes pride in being accountable to the community.

The Chief of Police is accountable to the Peel Police Services Board for the implementation of the Board’s policies and strategic direction, and for the leadership, administration, and operations of the Peel Regional Police Service. Leading the Service in accordance with the Police Services Act, the Chief ensures the cost-effective delivery of quality, adequate and effective policing services, which upholds the law, and provides for the safety and security of Region of Peel residents, visitors and businesses. Establishing and maintaining excellent relationships with the Region’s diverse community and government leaders is a key to ensure ongoing trust and confidence in the services provided.

With your senior level experience in a large and complex policing organization, you demonstrate knowledge and understanding of the responsibilities of a Chief of Police and the Police Services Board, as well as the relationship between the two. You possess experience in leading large-scale change and building partnerships at the local, provincial, and national level. A track record of developing and implementing community-based police initiatives and leading an integrated Service that works with diverse stakeholders is essential.

Submit your resume and related information online to by June 2nd, 2019. To explore this opportunity further, please contact Margaret Campbell at 1 866-962-1990 or Julia Robarts at

The Peel Regional Police Service is an equal opportunity employer. In accordance with the Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act (2005), upon request, accommodation will be provided by both Odgers Berndtson and the Peel Regional Police Service throughout the recruitment, selection and/or assessment process to applicants with disabilities.

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