Join the Surrey Police Service

On a mission to provide excellence, innovation and quality leadership in public safety to the citizens of Surrey.

As the Chief Constable of what will be one of the largest Independent Police Services in the Province of British Columbia, I am committed to bringing the best of policing to serve the citizens of Surrey. Together let’s build a new locally-responsive, community-centered police service that will provide the highest level of safety and service to the citizens of one of the fastest growing and most diverse cities in Canada.” – Chief Constable Norm Lipinski 

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Why Surrey Police Service?

Build • Serve • Protect

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Be among the first of the elite to join the Surrey Police Service where there is pride in service, opportunity to make a difference & redefine community safety, multiplicity within its jurisdiction (urban, rural & industrial), competitive compensation and a culture that supports health and wellness, diversity and inclusion. We value the health, safety and wellness of our employees and their families.

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We Are Looking For You!

Join Surrey Police Service

We are looking for passionate, dedicated and committed employees who will deliver excellence in community-centered policing services.

Please explore the opportunities available in the Surrey Police Service and consider joining us in making this great city even greater.

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We encourage you to continue to visit our career site for exciting career opportunities and updates for future positions within the Surrey Police Service.

 

Contact Us

For questions about the hiring process, please contact careers@surreypolice.ca.

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