Current Postings


Police Records Quality Assurance Coordinator

(Records Quality Control Coordinator)

Job Number:
J0724-0445

Job Title:
Police Records Quality Assurance Coordinator

Job Type:
Regular Full-Time

Employment Group:
CUPE Police

Date Posted:
July 9, 2024

Closing Date:
July 21, 2024


Job Category:
Police (Civilian)

Salary Range:
$37.03 - $39.87/Hour

The Port Moody Police Department, established in 1913, is a community-based police service with a mission to serve and protect, with excellence, the community of Port Moody. The department values include integrity, courage, trust, respect and leadership, knowing that it is our duty to build relationships and make space to ensure that everyone can belong.

About the Position
A career as a Police Records Quality Assurance Coordinator (Records Quality Control Coordinator) with the Port Moody Police Department (PMPD), will give you the opportunity to provide our community with the policing services it needs.
Reporting to the Business Systems Manager, this position provides an essential service to the Department and is responsible for the timely review, coordination and maintenance of police records and files, ensuring information is accurate in accordance with policies and procedures.  The duties of the position offer variety and complexity in maintaining various records systems for the department which involve utilizing the Police Records Information Management Environment (PRIME) and other police related electronic database systems as well as retrieval of information from hard copy files.   In addition, this position is responsible for file storage and data entry.   This position also assists with providing relief coverage for other priority roles within the department, as required.

What you bring to the role:
  • You have completed a minimum of grade 12 education and plus minimum of 2 years of directly related work experience in a similar role maintaining police occurrence files.   Working knowledge of basic archiving and record keeping methods and procedures is considered an asset.   An equivalent level of education and related clerical and record keeping work experience may be considered.
  • You have sound working knowledge of the Criminal Code of Canada and other applicable federal and provincial statutes.
  • You have sound working knowledge reading occurrence files that to determine circumstances surrounding and nature of occurrence.
  • You have experience determining offences reportable to Statistics Canada and to assign and record UCR codes according to prescribed rules, and to produce a variety of statistical reports on a regular basis.
  • You have experience in the use of PRIME, CPIC, JUSTIN and related police computer programs. In addition, you possess a basic to intermediate level of proficiency in the use of the MS Office Suite of applications.
  • You have working knowledge in the use of the UCR code system applicable to the Criminal Code of Canada and other applicable federal and provincial statutes enforced by municipal police departments.
  • You possess an exceptional attention to detail and have the ability to review police files to ensure accuracy and completeness of information and are comfortable contacting investigating members for clarification, as required.
  • You have a demonstrated ability to effectively organize your work and manage your time and resources to ensure that the work is completed efficiently while working with minimal supervision.  
  • You are able to work well under pressure and deal with stressful situations with professionalism, including exposure to graphic forensic content.
  • You have the ability to make routine decisions in keeping with the established policies and procedures.
  • You possess effective oral and written communication skills, in English.
  • You have the demonstrated ability to build strong, positive, and collaborative working relationships with internal and external individuals.
  • You are a motivated, and possess a genuine desire to help others and help us keep our community safe.
  • You have the willingness and ability to adapt to the dynamic needs of the position as well as the Department.
  • You support and promote a diverse, inclusive, healthy and engaging workplace.
  • You are comfortable working in an open office environment.
  • You have the ability to lift boxes up to approximately 25 lbs, when required.
  • You are able to pass and maintain a Police background check.

If you possess many of the qualities outlined in this career opportunity, we would like to hear from you.
We are happy to provide reasonable accommodations throughout the recruitment process and while working at the Port Moody Police Department.  If you require support applying online because you are a person with a disability, please contact Human Resources by phone at 604-461-3456. We welcome the opportunity to discuss accommodations and ensure fairness in our hiring process
We thank all applicants for their interest and advise that only those selected for an interview will be contacted.
This position is only open to those legally entitled to work in Canada.

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