|Deputy Sheriff Trainee - Court Security (North Battleford)|
Deputy Sheriff Trainee - Court Security (North Battleford)
Company : Government of Saskatchewan
Salary : $24.11–$30.21 an hour
Location : Saskatchewan
Court Security provides security services as assigned within the Courts of Saskatchewan to ensure a safe and secure environment for all users of court facilities. This includes secure prisoner transport, the operation of detention areas within court facilities, conducting perimeter screening in accordance with the Court Security Act, 2007, the maintenance of good order in all areas of court facilities, and the assessment and management of threats to courts and court participants. The duties performed by the Deputy Sheriffs of Court Security are an integral component of the administration of the court and in achieving the goals and objectives of the Court Security Branch.
Deputy Sheriffs provide and maintain a safe and secure setting for all persons within a court location, including security in the courtroom and holding cells. They are responsible for the safe and timely transportation of persons to and from a court location (e.g., correctional centres, RCMP detachments, municipal police agencies, etc.). They are also responsible for ensuring documents are accurate for persons being released and/or held in custody and information is kept confidential at all times.
As Peace Officers, Deputy Sheriffs operate under the Criminal Code of Canada, the Court Officials Act, 2012, and the Court Security Act, 2007. They are armed with force option tools and may be required to use necessary force while performing their duties to protect people from harm.
The Level 06 Deputy Sheriff Trainee position is established as a direct feeder group to the full working Level 07 Deputy Sheriff position.
Prior to being hired as a Deputy Sheriff Trainee (Level 06), a candidate will be required to:
- Produce a valid certificate in Standard First Aid/Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation (CPR)/Automated External Defibrillator (AED) Level C;
- Produce a valid Saskatchewan Class 5 driver's license;
- Produce a driver’s abstract obtained within the previous three months which demonstrates a safe and responsible driving record;
- Successfully pass the Sheriff Officer Physical Abilities Test (SOPAT) with an elapsed time of four (4) minutes and 45 seconds (4:45) or less;
- Have a satisfactory psychological assessment based on the Minnesota Multi-phasic Personality Inventory-2 (MMPI-2); and
- Have a satisfactory criminal records check in accordance with the Government of Saskatchewan Criminal Records Check Policy.
Within 12 months of being appointed to a permanent Deputy Sheriff Trainee (Level 06) position, employees will be required to:
- Produce a valid certificate in self-defence training equivalent to the standard of Pressure Point Control Tactics (PPCT);
- Be authorized under The Police Act, 1990, to carry a firearm as identified in the Saskatchewan Police College Firearms Training Manual; and
- Successfully complete the Deputy Sheriff Recruit Training (DSRT).
The successful candidate(s) will have knowledge of the justice system/law enforcement. This knowledge is typically obtained from experience working in a court/legal related environment and/or law enforcement.
The Government of Saskatchewan is dedicated to core values of service excellence. We demonstrate innovation, collaboration and transparency; practice effective and accountable use of resources; and promote engagement and leadership at all levels. We invest in positive outcomes for our employees, our citizens, and our province.
You will have demonstrated knowledge of:
- The justice system as it applies to the various levels of court, including protocol within the court room and dealing with the Judiciary.
- Knowledge of first aid, cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR) and automated external defibrillator (AED) procedures.
You will have the demonstrated ability to:
- Clearly communicate information (e.g., verbal and written) to various stakeholders (e.g., co-workers, clients, etc.).
- Accurately input, edit and/or retrieve information using Microsoft Office (e.g., Word and Excel).
- Work independently and/or as a team to achieve common goals and contribute to a positive work environment.
- Actively listen and discuss options and/or consequences to resolve conflict or reach mutual agreement of parties.
- Safely protect and defend clients, self, co-workers and property.
You will be:
- Competent and of good character in order to maintain the integrity of the judicial system and the people it serves.
- Culturally aware in order to respectfully assist clients and co-workers of various cultures.