Applying to SPS
Phased Hiring Process
Over the next couple of years, SPS will be hiring over 800 police officers, and a number of civilians. In order to manage this large-scale recruitment effort, we will be hiring sworn and civilian employees in phases. This will also help us align our hiring with our phased deployment into police operations. If you don’t see the position you are looking for listed below, please check back often and follow us on social media to stay up to date on current postings. If you have any questions, please contact email@example.com.
OPENING FALL 2021 – New Recruits
Important Notes for Applicants:
Why Join Surrey Police Service?
We are Safer, Stronger, Together
Be among the first to join the Surrey Police Service where there is pride in service, opportunity to make a difference and redefine community safety, competitive compensation, and a culture that supports health and wellness, diversity and inclusion.
Diversity and Inclusion
Diversity and inclusion are critical to our success. 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.