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Forestry By-Law Enforcement Officer  

Simcoe County - Midhurst, Ontario, ca

Receive and review applications, liaise with applicant, appropriate staff and partner agencies, and ensure prescribed processes are followed. 3. Investigate and act on all matters regarding security within... Law Enforcement Work careers...

from: - Yesterday

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Manager, By-Law Enforcement and Licensing  

City of St. Catharines - St. Catharines, Ontario, ca

Summary:Reporting to the Director of Planning and Building Services, the Manager of By-law Enforcement and Licensing is responsible for leading, supervising, managing, and monitoring the work plans of... Law Enforcement careers... Minimum $87,063 annually; Maximum $108,829 annually

from: - 2 days ago

Crown Attorney  

The Government of Nova Scotia - Halifax, Canada (+1 location)

With the guiding mission of providing fair and equal treatment in the prosecution of offences the PPS prosecutes charges laid under the Criminal Code and under Nova Scotia statutes such as the Occupational... law enforcement Edmonton...

from: (+1 source) - 6 days ago

Senior Part-Time Municipal Law Enforcement/Property Standards Officer  

Brantford, Ontario, ca

Reporting to the Manager, Property Standards and By-laws, this position is responsible for coordinating and leading a team of Part-Time Municipal Law Enforcement Officers and providing direction and guidance... law enforcement Hamilton... $35.02 to $43.77

from: - 13 days ago

Municipal Law Enforcement/Property Standards Officer  

Brantford, Ontario, ca

Reporting to the Manager, Property Standards and By-laws, this position is responsible for enforcing several City of Brantford By-laws, including but not limited to Property Standards, Lot Maintenance... law enforcement canada... $35.30 to $39.22

from: - 13 days ago

Program Lawyer/Legal Information Coordinator  

Toronto, Canada

METRAC is an award-winning organization devoted to advancing justice, safety and equity for all women, woman-identified and non-binary individuals and youth through collaborative, innovative public outreach... law enforcement canada...

from: - 7 days ago

State Attorney  


Benefits: State benefits include enrollment in the Florida Retirement System, paid vacation/sick/holiday leave, direct deposit, health and life insurance and optional other supplement plans, tuition assistance... law enforcement in Ontario...

from: - 7 days ago

Senior Associate, Fraud Investigation  

Capital One - Toronto, ON, ca

The associate in this position will lead a team of associates who will work closely with the Law Enforcement Community, Industry Peers and internally with Fraud Strategy, Fraud Operations, the Legal Department... experience law enforcement...

from: - 3 days ago

Director Licensing & By-Law Enforcement  

Hamilton, Canada

Contribute to the City of Hamilton, one of Canada’s largest cities - home to a diverse and strong economy, an active and inclusive community, a robust cultural and dining scene, hundreds of kilometres... claims finance law enforcement background...

from: - More than 30 days ago

Parking Enforcement Patrol  

Concord Parking - Surrey, British Columbia, ca

Location: Burnaby, BC Shifts: - 5 Days/Week- 8 hour shifts- Full-Time- Available ASAP Requirements: - Class 5 driver’s license (preferred). - Excellent customer service skills. - Great improvisational... insurance claims finance law enforcement...

from: - 2 days ago

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Law Enforcement

A career in law enforcement requires the ability to follow strict legal rules and procedures, the ability to act decisively in conflict situations and the ability to deal with the public using excellent interpersonal skills. A good working knowledge of the law is essential. Another skill that maybe required is having the ability to supervise a team.
The ability to keep accurate records and produce reports is also essential for a career in law enforcement. A good standard of written and verbal communication skills is required, as well as being able to work with relevant computer applications.
Applicants are expected to have successfully completed high school and obtained qualifications in the relevant field. A test of the applicant’s level of fitness and physical ability is required, and successful applicants will have to undergo a program of formal training. The average salary for law enforcement ranges from C
$30,000 to C
$90,000, depending on the level of experience needed.

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