Deadline: February 24, 2023




  • Knowledge or willingness to learn the Anishnaabe customs, culture, and language.
  • Excellent interpersonal skills.
  • Ability to multi-task on all occasions.
  • Excellent written and verbal communication skills.
  • Excellent analytical skills in a variety of environments and situations.
  • Ability to work independently and within a team; and to manage time efficiently and effectively.
  • Strong computer skills to learn a variety of software applications, and proficient in Microsoft Office software applications.

Some duties of this position are extremely varied and unpredictable, involving many physical and mental challenges, which include:

  • Interacting formally and informally with the community to provide information, advice, and education which will assist and promote public safety and awareness.
  • Responding to calls for service and perform routine patrols, confront, and resolve emergency and non-emergency situations in a manner that protects lives and property maintains public order, and aids all those involved.
  • Demonstrating professionalism and cultural sensitivity when aiding and/or communicating with the public.
  • Enforcing laws, investigate offenses and when appropriate, arrest offenders.
  • Preparing information and cases for court.
  • Preparing and submit reports both verbal and written, concerning investigations and police service activities in a timely & complete manner.
  • Actively identifying problems in the community, prepare reports which encompass multiple solutions, and take an active role in resolving these issues.
  • Interaction with the entire spectrum of the community.
  • Working on weekends and holidays. Shift work is also mandatory.


  • Be at least 18 years of age or older.
  • Be a Canadian Citizen or Permanent Resident and legally allowed to work in Canada.
  • Be in good health and meet the physical, mental, and medical requirements of the UCCM APS.
  • Be of good moral character and habits.
  • Have never been convicted of a criminal offense, or if convicted, have received a full pardon/record.
  • Must hold an Ontario Secondary School Graduation Diploma (Grade 12) or equivalent. Preference is given to those with post-secondary education.
  • Possess vision which is no worse than 20/40 (6:12) both eyes combined, and correctable to 20/20 (6:6) with glasses or contact lenses. No degree of red/green color deficiency. You MUST be at least six months post-operative of any vision correction surgery. Applicants may be required to provide additional documentation on vision stability and night vision.
  • Possess hearing within the normal range, unaided. Hearing loss must be no worse than twenty-five (25) decibels between 500 Hz and 3000 Hz, or no more than forty-five (45) decibels at 4000 Hz, as measured by an audiometer.
  • Possess a valid Class “G” driver’s license with full non-restricted driving privileges with a good driving record. *Prior to employment, a valid Ontario driver’s license will be required; Valid Standard First Aid and CPR certificate.
  • Commitment to the principles of community-based policing.
  • Demonstrate a commitment to health and physical fitness.

UCCM Anishnaabe Police Service hires experienced officers for lateral entry. Therefore, the recruitment process is shorter than that of a recruit. RCMP clearance and a working knowledge of First Nation’s policing and culture is considered an asset.


  • Complete and submit Constable Application Form; McNeil Report(Experienced Only); UCCM Vision & Medical Forms; and Consent & Release of Liability Form;
  • Must include a letter of interest/cover letter, resume, and three reference letters (two work, one character).

*Please refer to the checklist on the required information for your application to be considered.*

Mail-in applications can be sent to:
Confidential: Human Resources
UCCM Anishnaabe Police Service
5926 Hwy 540, Box 332
M’Chigeeng, ON P0P 1G0

Or via email to [email protected]
Subject: “Employment Opportunity: Police Constable”
Deadline to apply: February 24, 2023

Individuals of Anishnaabe ancestry are encouraged to apply. Self-identification is encouraged. We would like to thank all applicants who apply; however, only those applicants selected for an interview will be contacted. 

 UCCM POLICE IS HIRING  The UCCM Anishnaabe Police will be a partner in community wellness by providing proactive, culturally sensitive, and innovative service while respecting existing laws customs and traditions.  **Balance**Compassion**Dedication**Humility**Integrity**Respect**Teamwork**