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OPP seeks tech-savvy applicants for police work

ORILLIA - The OPP will be hosting a Technology Policing Symposium at Sheridan College (Davis Campus) located at 7899 McLaughlin Road in Brampton on March 5.

The symposium is scheduled for 8:30am to 4:30pm.

The OPP is looking to hire recent or potential graduates from Ontario community colleges and universities or applicants who have related training or experience in technology-based applications. Candidates will be required to submit an online Application Form.

 Upon review, 50 applicants will be selected to attend this “once in a lifetime opportunity” and will be invited to learn what it takes to become a provincial constable in today’s OPP, states a release from the OPP’s Western Division head office. Keynote speakers will include Staff Sergeant Vern Crowley from the OPP Electronic Crime Section- Technological Crime Unit along with frontline OPP officers, officers who work in specialized units within the OPP, the special constable program, auxiliary unit and provincial communication dispatchers.

Applications must be completed online and received no later than 11:59pm on Feb. 11. Late applications will not be considered. Further details are available at www.opp.ca/careers.

January 22, 2016

 
 

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