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Police Officer (Non-Commissioned)

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Suzanne Coombs

on 11 December 2014

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Transcript of Police Officer (Non-Commissioned)

Main Duties
Working Conditions
Working conditions vary on where you are located.In some cases, police officers are issued to work in the quiet suburbs or the busy city.
Current Workplace Demographic within BC
Vancouver Island/Coast-13.7%
Education and Training
Pros and Cons
Pros:
Meet new people
Everyday is different
Working in a team most of the time
Exciting
Earnings and Levels
Level 1:Probationary Constable
Police Officer
Police Officer (Non-Commissioned)
Employment and Regional Outlook
This interests me because...
$35,000
$55,000
Level 2: Police Constable
$50,000
$85,000
Level 3:Police Sergeant
$70,000
$100,000
Level 4:Senior Officer
$80,000
$150,000
Cons:
High risk of injury
Lots of paperwork
Dangerous
Psychological Stress
Often working night shifts and on weekends
VPD
Officers vary from driving on patrol in cars or staying in the office doing paperwork
High school
Community College/Technical training
University

Mainland/Southwest- 65.1%

Northeast- 1.4%
Learning New Skills
Helping People
Protecting People
Northcoast/Nechako-2.3%
Police Studies
Criminology
Criminal Justice/Legal Studies
Psychology
Social Work
Sociology
Correction
University/College Course
Unemployment Rate
2012-7.8%
2017-7.4%
2022-5.5%
Regional Outlook Expected Employment Rate
On-foot patrol
2012-2022=100 job openings

Average annual employment demand growth
2012-2022-2.2%
Expected Increase In Employment
2012-2022-53
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