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Woodstock Police Services
Woodstock Police Services
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Business Location:
Woodstock, Ontario
Position type:
Full Time
Office / Administration Support
Work Place Location:
In Person
Apply by:
July 31, 2024 at 4:00pm

Job Description

The Woodstock Police Service is accepting applications from internal and external applicants for the following position:


The Woodstock Police Service is a municipal policing agency comprised of approximately 100 Officers and 50 Civilians who are dedicated to servicing the city of Woodstock, Ontario. Woodstock is a rapidly growing community situated along the highway 401 & 403 corridors between London and Toronto. Our members are an integral part of the community we serve and we are committed to maintaining community safety and upholding excellence, accountability, integrity and professionalism.



The Administrative DEMS Clerk shall be responsible for the effective operations and management of the control, collection, redaction, disclosure and destruction of all digitally collected evidence in use by members of the police service.

This position requires a high degree of sensitivity to confidential matters and good interpersonal and verbal communication skills. Applicants must be able to organize and prioritize tasks. Applicants must possess strong technical and administrative law enforcement knowledge and have advanced experience with software such as NICHE/RMS, Adobe and Power Point.                                                                                                      Experience with AXON evidence management would be an asset.

The Woodstock Police Service is looking for an individual who has experience in creating and delivering training development plans complete with materials, tutorials, instructions and learning resources that will be accessible to all system users.










Post Secondary Degree

Experience Required

Minimum Qualifications:

  • College Diploma in Law Enforcement, Business Administration or I.T. related studies.
  • Three (3) years of previous relevant work experience
  • Experience with technologies for instruction and teaching platforms
  • Proficient computer skills: Adobe, PowerPoint, Excel, Outlook
  • Demonstrated ability to learn new systems, multitask and manage time efficiently.
  • Excellent verbal and written communication skills
  • Knowledge of Municipal Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy Act (MFIPPA)
  • Ability to maintain confidentiality and view sensitive material on a regular basis.
  • Must be available to work overtime to meet the needs of the organization when required.

Successful Applicants:

  • Shall be required to successfully undertake a thorough psychological evaluation
  • Shall be required to provide sufficient information, including fingerprints, in order for an extensive background check to be completed prior to employment.

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If you need assistance with resume writing or access to computers/internet, please connect with our Community Employment Services (CES) Oxford, at 40 Metcalf Street, in Woodstock, or by phone at +1 888-439-8161. These services are free as CES Oxford is an Employment Ontario Service Provider, a non-profit agency providing free service to job seekers and local employers through Employment Ontario provincially funded programs. Offering employment and training programs in our community since 1994, CES Oxford’s mission is to create opportunities, via programs and support, for the empowerment of individuals.

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