Eighty new police officers will soon be hired in Toronto.
The Toronto Police Service announced on Tuesday, Sept. 12 that it’s accepting applications for the position of cadet-in-training to support “community-centric policing, diversity and inclusion.”
The job posting, police said, describes qualifications such as post-secondary education and work or volunteer experience with marginalized and/or socially and economically disadvantaged communities.
“The people of today’s police service are expected to be adaptable, accountable and innovative,” Chief Mark Saunders said in a news release. “In the future, members who contribute to our dynamic team will already have invested time and energy into becoming community leaders.”
For more information on the current recruitment process, call the employment unit at 416-808-JOIN (5646).
Published by InsideToronto.com