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small-2copystripee.jpgThe Sudbury Region Police Museum is a venture that is coordinated by a group of volunteers. Through the use of artifacts, photographs and documents, the museum displays the origins, growth, and development of law enforcement in the Sudbury Region.

The display includes:

  • The History of the Sudbury Police Services
  • Firearms and Weapons
  • Transportation
  • Communications
  • Wall of Memories
  • Forensics
  • Body Armour
  • Police Uniforms (Historic and Recent )

Are you interested in a short history of Policing in Sudbury? Visit our history section here.

For more information, please email the museum.


Job Title: Museum Assistant

Start Date: As soon as possible

End Date: August 26, 2016

The SudburyRegionPoliceMuseum is operated solely by volunteers and is completely funded through donations and grants.

The Museum continuously has a number of ongoing projects to enhance existing exhibits or creation of new exhibits. Therefore, the Museum Assistant will participate in all ongoing projects and the development of new projects. This will include all planning, researching and organizing staffing, supplies and equipment, and funding necessary to complete these projects. The Museum Assistant will be actively involved in meeting with volunteers on these projects and be responsible for the co-ordination and the organization of all necessary tasks.


  • Currently a secondary or post secondary student who intends to return to school;
  • Background or interest in history;
  • Background or interest in the museum field.

 Additional Requirements:

  • Are a Canadian citizen, permanent resident or have been granted refugee status in Canada;
  • Are legally entitled to work in Canada;
  • Are 30 years of age or less at the start of your employment;
  • Speak English and French; and are willing to work in another region of Canada;
  • Demonstrated ability in the use of the internet as a research tool;
  • Demonstrated ability in the use of Microsoft products and Microsoft Applications;
  • Demonstrated ability to work independently;
  • Demonstrated excellent verbal and written skills in the English language;
  • Verbal and written skill in the French language will be considered a definite asset;
  • Ability to create and respond appropriately to a continuous working environment;
  • Registered in the Workopolis Databank;
  • Be willing to commit to the full time duration of the work assignment for a period of 1 weeks;
  •  Does not have another full-time job (over 30 hours a week).

 Additional Information:

 Background/ Reference checks will be conducted on candidates being considered for Offer of Employment. Candidates will be required to sign a waiver, in accordance with the Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy Act, authorizing the Greater Sudbury Police Service to collect information to assess suitability for employment;

We encourage women; persons with disabilities; visible minorities and aboriginals at apply.

Applications addressed to:

Heather Lewis, Vice-Chair of the Sudbury Region Police Museum

190 Brady Street

Sudbury, ON

P3E 1C7

Deadline: June 6th, 2016