Find out how you can join the Surrey Police Service (SPS) and be part of our mission to provide excellence, innovation, and quality leadership in public safety to the people of Surrey.

View Current Opportunities

Explore the opportunities currently available with the Surrey Police Service and consider joining us in making this great city even greater.

Job Postings

If you are applying for multiple positions, please create an application for each job posting separately. You will not be considered for jobs to which you have not applied.

Please note: all correspondence concerning your application will be through email. Please check your inbox and spam folder regularly once you have applied.

Disability accommodation  

If you require accommodation for a disability during the recruitment process, please contact the recruiting unit at, 14350 104 Avenue, Surrey BC, V3T

The Surrey Police Service is receiving a significant response to its career postings.  It may take the recruiting team (sworn or civilian) 8-12 weeks to fully review your application.  Please be assured that we evaluate every application that we receive.  We appreciate your interest in joining the Surrey Police Service and will confirm the status of your application as soon as possible.

Why Surrey Police Service?

Safer • Stronger • Together

Be among the first 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.


Diversity Statement 

Diversity and inclusion are critical to our success. The Surrey Police Service (SPS) is a diverse, modern and innovative police service that reflects the community we serve. As we recruit and hire the most qualified police officers and civilian staff, with a broad range of skills, knowledge and abilities, we will do so with a lens of diversity.

In our commitment to provide a safe, healthy and inclusive work environment where everyone is valued and is able to fully contribute to the SPS’s mission, the Surrey Police Board has established a Human Rights and Respectful Workplace Policy.  Our diverse and equitable workplace is free from discrimination, harassment and disrespectful behaviour (including bullying), and is supportive of individual dignity, positive self-esteem and mutual respect.

Everyone has a role in meeting this commitment, including job applicants, so please take the time to review the Policy as you seek a career with SPS. Foundational to our Policy is the belief that we will treat each other as we wish to be treated, in alignment with the SPS’s values.

We recognize and embrace the considerable benefits that can come from diversity: improved organizational decision making, fewer blind spots, broader perspectives and ideas, a different approach to issues and, most importantly, a culture of respect, inclusion and acceptance.


How we are Building the SPS Team

Hiring the right staff is a crucial next step in building a new policing service for Surrey. We are taking a strategic and phased approach to hiring the right people for key positions and programs and we continue to develop timely communication to inform interested applicants.

The information that is gathered in this security clearance process is stored and protected under the terms of s. 30 of the Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy Act, which requires a public body to protect personal information in its custody or under its control by making reasonable security arrangements against such risks as unauthorized access, collection, use, disclosure or disposal. Your information will be stored securely within the Surrey Police Service Recruiting Section, and access to records entered onto recruiting databases will be restricted to those involved in the recruiting process. Your information will not be disclosed except under the terms of s. 33 of the Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy Act.