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Competition Number EEPF-201801
Date Posted Thursday, 22 February 2018
Location Chisasibi
Job Description Job Summary
As provided for in the Police Act, the investigator is responsible for the investigations assigned to him by his Supervisor, such as the investigation in an event of a major accident, violation or crime on the assigned communities’ territory. The investigator will use various types of equipment and techniques to develop, secure and package physical evidence on the crime scene. The investigator will also meet, obtain facts or statement from complainants, witnesses and accused persons, and proceed with the arrest and the interrogation of the suspects. The investigator is responsible for producing a summary of incident, solving crime and recommending judiciary action.
Key Responsibilities:
Crime Scene Intervention
 Intervene on the crime scene, validate the information gathered in the preliminary analyses and evaluate the means and resources required for the investigation.
 Examine the crime scene to obtain, pack and transport clues and evidence
 Ensure the clues and evidence are properly protected, preserved and stored
 Observe, receive and obtain information from all relevant sources to perform a preliminary reconstruction of the event
 Analyse the information gathered on the crime scene to reconstruct the crime scene and links the individuals involved in the crime
Investigation Planning
 Determine scope, timing, and direction of investigation
 Validate relevant information obtained in the crime scene investigation
 Coordinate with other authorities, office and agencies to exchange information and coordinate activities
 List the individuals to meet for the investigation
 Schedule the meeting and the investigation
 Submit complete report to the supervisor
 Perform the investigation as planned
 Collaborate with other authorities on activities such as surveillance, transcription and research
 Meet witnesses, victims, complainants, representatives or other relevant persons
 Recruit and use informants
 Perform search warrant
 Arrests, search, detain and interrogate suspects
Investigation Control
 Develop a work plan for the investigation
 Submit work plan to the Supervisor for approval
 Enter, transcript, record, store, or maintain written information for every parts of the investigation
 Prepare regular investigation’s progress reports
 Submit progress report to the Supervisor for approval
 Consult Investigator-Advisor
 If necessary, consult the Prosecutor
Court Process
 Produce a report in a chronological and logical way
 Manage the exhibits
 Present the results of the investigation to a the Crown prosecutor
 Provide courtroom testimony
 Cooperation with the public and other partners
 Develop efficient communication tools with internal, external and public collaborators
 Collaborate with other authorities on activities such as surveillance, transcription and research
 Exchange information and coordinate activities with partners
 Collaborate with local patrolmen to develop crime prevention strategies
 Attend Detachments’ meeting
Update Investigative Knowledge
 Consult jurisprudence and reference documents
 Stay up-to-date technically and apply new knowledge
 Stay up-to-date concerning modifications to the legal, penal administrative and judiciary procedures
 Attend training sessions

Requirements Qualifications
 Hold a valid driver’s license for motor vehicles (class 4A) and be eligible to obtain a driver's license for an emergency vehicle
 Meet the following vision standards: 20/40 in the better eye, corrected to 20/20 and 20/100 in the other eye, corrected to 20/30
 Police Investigator training offered or recognized by the École nationale de police du Québec is an asset
 Diploma from the École Nationale de Police du Québec or an equivalent recognized
 5 years of experience as a Police Officer
 Experience in a Cree Community is a strong asset
 Fluent in English
 Spoken and written French
 Spoken and/or written Cree is an asset
 Ability to demonstrate attention to detail, rigor, good judgment, sense of organization, patience
 Strong problem solving and analytical skills
 Ability to communicate with people who are not always specialized in the same field
 Ability to continually update his/her knowledge relative to the management of documents norms, laws and techniques
 Good organizational skills and ability to coordinate multiple tasks and respect deadlines
 Ability to develop and maintain effective working relationships
 Ability to write reports
The Cree Nation Government may, at its discretion, waive any or all of the aforementioned requirements if a suitable candidate who is a Cree JBNQA beneficiary accepts to follow a training plan determined by the Cree Nation Government as a condition of employment.

Terms TITLE: Investigator LOCATION: Chisasibi
DEPARTMENT: Eeyou Eenou Police SALARY: $73 548.00 annually
STATUS: Permanent

Post Expiration Date 2018-02-28
Application: Your application must be sent by email or fax with the competition number: EEPF-201801 Jules Quachegan, HR Analyst Email: Tel: 1-819-855-2332 Extension # 3008 Fax: 1-819-855-2832
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