South Simcoe Police Service was formed in 1997 through the amalgamation of Bradford West Gwillimbury and Innisfil Police Service. The Service continues to grow with the expansion of both municipalities located in southern Simcoe County.
Bradford West Gwillimbury – Offers a return to the small town charm and sense of community long lost in larger urban centers. An attractive mix of urban and rural environments provides a quality lifestyle for all.
Innisfil – Innisfil is located on the western shore of Lake Simcoe in Simcoe County. The township comprises of many small communities including Alcona, Cookstown, Lefroy, Belle Ewart and Stroud.
As an important part of the fabric of our municipalities, the South Simcoe Police will, through positive partnerships, endeavor to maintain an efficient, effective and affordable policing that meets or exceeds community expectations.
The South Simcoe Police provides professional policing services using a community engagement-community mobilization model that is responsive to the communities of Bradford West Gwillimbury and of Innisfil.
A career with a police service can be one of the most rewarding and challenging career choices. Civilian members play an important role in the South Simcoe Police Service. The South Simcoe Police Service is a progressive-minded and technologically advanced police service that requires qualified, competent and committed men and women to work in partnership with the community in preventing crime and keeping our communities safe. If you are interested in policing, but do not necessarily want to become a police officer, you may consider a position as a Civilian. The South Simcoe Police Service employs Civilians in the following capacities: Communicators, Special Constables, Records Clerks, and Administrative Staff.
EQUAL OPPORTUNITY AND ACCOMMODATION:
The South Simcoe Police Service is an equal opportunity employer and strives to ensure that it represents the diverse community it serves. The South Simcoe Police Service is committed to equitable treatment of all individuals in accordance with the Ontario Human Rights Code. Accommodation will be provided in accordance to the Ontario Human Rights Code.
We encourage interested candidates to visit our employment webpage for any job posting.
Shortlisted candidates may be evaluated in several stages including: written, computer and/or physical testing, panel interview, psychological assessment and a background investigation.
The South Simcoe Police Service would like to thank all candidates who apply, however, only those selected for a personal interview will be contacted.