Auxiliary Constable Program
Auxiliary Constables are citizens appointed as peace officers pursuant to the New-Brunswick Police Act for the purpose of enhancing the Kennebecasis Regional Police Force regular members.
The auxiliary program compliments community based policing by training to a level of proficiency that will enable them to provide assistance to members during the performance of their duties. Auxiliary Constables may perform the following duties: are active in crime prevention programs, assist with crowd and traffic control at various community events, and other duties as authorized by the management or duty Sergeant.
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
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.
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.