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Now Hiring - Administrative Assistant

The Kennebecasis Regional Police Force is hiring a detail oriented Administrative Assistant interested in working flexible, part-time hours (20-hours a week). Duties and responsibilities include providing administrative support to ensure efficient operation of police force functions. Supports managers and employees through a variety of tasks. Responsible for confidential and time sensitive material. Ability to effectively communicate with staff and the public in person, via phone and email. Ensuring that duties are completed accurately and delivered with high quality and in a timely manner. Good judgment to plan and accomplish goals.  Computer technical skills are required.  For more information please see the link below:


Admin Assistant

Now Hiring - Human Resources Generalist

The Kennebecasis Regional Police Force (KRPF) is hiring a people-focused, professional Human Resources Generalist to lead its human resources function. The Human Resources Generalist reports to the Chief of Police and will work closely with the Senior Leadership Team in providing professional Human Resource support to the KRPF.

For more information please see the link below.


Youth Advisory Committee

We are happy to announce that we are recruiting for our first KRPF Youth Advisory Committee for the 2019/2020 school year.   Please see the link below for details on how to apply.   Deadline to apply is Sept 6th, 2019


KRPFYAC application form

"Opioid Use Disorder Exists in New Brunswick"


"In recent years, an opioid epidemic has swept through North America, spawning a public health crisis. While opioids are legitimately prescribed by doctors to control pain, some people can quickly become dependent on them.

What’s more, illicit opioids, including the dangerous drug fentanyl, are often bought on the street. Too many Canadians have seen a loved one become dependent on prescribed or illicit opioids, often with devastating results. Every day, about 11 Canadians die from opioid-related incidents.

New Brunswick is not immune to this trend. Opioids like oxycodone, dilaudid and morphine are prescribed by doctors in this province, and illegal and synthetic opioids can be found on our streets or are added to other illicit drugs.

Taken as prescribed, opioids can help safely manage pain or treat chronic conditions – but it’s crucial that New Brunswickers understand the risks that come with any form of opioid use."

Please visit the Government of New Brunswick website for more information -

Welcome ROSA!

Rosa aaron & lindseyPlease welcome ROSA to the force! She is an Assisted Therapy Dog in training. Thank you to Canine Therapy for First Responders for making this possible!

Rosa, is a female chocolate Labrador Retriever, bred by Atlantic Coast Labradors. She is 4 months old and is eager to begin bonding and training with her new handlers, Cpl. Lindsey Mott-Haines and Cpl. Aaron Haines.

Rosa is expected to begin regular training for her assisted therapy dog certification in June.

Recruiting Auxiliary Officers - Tier 1 and Tier 2

The Kennebecasis Regional Police Force is recruiting members for the Auxiliary Officer Program (AOP). The AOP has two different tiers of participation which are outlined below. Each tier has a different application process so please make sure you are submitting the proper application for the proper tier. You can pick up an application package at the KRPF front desk or print off the application from our website.

If you are interested in applying to become part of the AOP, please submit your application to:
Kennebecasis Regional Police Force
Auxiliary Officer Program
126 Millennium Drive
Quispamsis NB
E2E 6E6

You can drop the application package off in person weekdays from 830-430pm.
Deadline for application is April 8th, 2019.
Please contact Cpl. Krystal Daley if you have any questions.

Tier 1 Description
Auxiliary Constables are sworn in as Peace Officers pursuant to the NB Police Act and have the powers and authority of a peace officer but only when accompanied by and under the supervision of a regular police officer. Auxiliary Officers do not carry firearms.
The auxiliary members can be seen performing duties such as initial and emergency response to calls with regular members, traffic and crowd control, crime scene security, and community policing initiatives.

Auxiliary Requirements Tier 1

Auxiliary Docs Tier 1

Auxiliary Application Tier 1

Tier 2 Description
The auxiliary members can be seen performing duties such as public education initiatives, non-enforcement support to operations, community fundraising events and participation in parades and public ceremonies.

Auxiliary Requirements Tier 2

Auxiliary Docs Tier 2

Auxiliary Application Tier 2