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NB Police Commission
The New Brunswick Police Commission (NBPC), established under the Police Act, is an independent body that oversees the management of the public complaints process into the conduct of police officers and the policies or services of municipal and regional police forces within the province of New Brunswick. It does so in a transparent and accessible manner that ensures that both complainants and police officers subject to a complaint are treated fairly, impartially and with respect.
The Police Act requires that the NBPC establishes and maintains a list of investigators. The NBPC is seeking qualified individuals for appointment as investigators under the New Brunswick Police Act.
If you are interested in applying, please go to: Expression of Interest – Investigators List - PDF
The New Brunswick Police Commission is seeking qualified individuals to fill part-time member vacancies. Members of the New Brunswick Police Commission must be of good character and have the ability to apply discretion. Members should collectively possess experience in a broad range of matters related to the Commission’s function such as policing or legal, managerial, arbitration tribunals, human resources, military discipline boards, collective decision making, board experience and public policy work/involvement.
If you are interested in applying, please go to: Current Opportunities