Under the direction of the Manager i/c Strategic Services facilitates the development of policies, procedures and directives through
research, internal and external stakeholders and expert consultation.
(1) Evaluates existing policies and procedures and monitors new initiatives and changes to ensure policies and procedures maintain
their currency and accuracy and are updated or developed on time.
(2) Collects, analyzes, evaluates and interprets both qualitative and quantitative research to develop recommendations for
improvement to existing policies, procedures, concepts and objectives for new policies and procedures.
(3) Reads and applies legislation, Saskatchewan Police Commission policy, collective agreement requirements, procedures, and
guidelines to new and existing policies ensuring policy and procedures are legally sound and consistent with best practices and
(4) Develops, maintains and evaluates policy proposals from the initiation phase through to dissemination of the new policy change.
(5) Identifies areas requiring research and initiates and manages major policy-related research projects to ensure alignment with the
(6) Writes reports, formulates recommendations and presents results; delivers recommendations both orally and in writing to the
Executive regarding policy changes.
(7) Consults with and solicits information from subject matter experts, other police services, governmental bodies, other
stakeholders, and external agencies and incorporates this information into written policies.
(8) Logs and tracks all policy projects.
(9) Supports Executive initiatives and assists other Sections across the Service.
(10) Responds to and liaises with external law enforcement agency regarding requests for policy and/or procedure.
(11) Develops new business forms; examines, evaluates and amends existing business forms.
(1) University Degree in Business, Public Administration, Social Sciences or a related discipline combined with progressive
experience in policy analysis and research or an equivalent combination of education and experience (3 years preferred).
(2) Knowledge of municipal policing and organizational priorities is an asset.
(3) Knowledge of best practices, policy analysis, project management, and pertinent research and analytical methodology.
(4) Ability to apply and interpret legislation and case law affecting policies and procedures.
(5) Proficient in the use of all Microsoft Office applications and extensive knowledge of computer databases, and analysis.
(6) Excellent communication skills, both oral and written, to produce concise recommendations with clear and comprehensive
(7) Applies logic and sound judgment to prioritize a large workload.
(8) Excellent organizational skills to meet deadlines in a dynamic environment with changing priorities and responsibilities.
(9) Ability to create and maintain complex paper and electronic record/filing systems.
(10) Performs duties with a high degree of accuracy, timeliness and efficiency.
(11) Exercises independent judgment, organizes and prioritizes assignments, and strictly adheres to established regulations, procedures
(12) Maintains high levels of professionalism and confidentiality
(13) Ability to work independently and as part of a team.
(14) Ability to create and foster relationships with internal and external stakeholders.
NOTE: If a qualified applicant is not found within the Regina Police Service, this vacancy shall be open to qualified applicants of other City
Departments and the general public. All outside candidates must undergo security screening.
Competition No.: RPS20-030
Open Date: September 8, 2020
Close Date: September 22, 2020
$2,357 to $2,946 bi-weekly
$61,518 to $76,891 per annum
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