Greater Sudbury Police Service is currently accepting applications for:

 Temporary Part-Time Indigenous Trauma Prevention and Support Coordinator

Under the general supervision of the Greater Sudbury Police Service’s Strategic Operations Division and the advisory committees of N’Swakamok Native Friendship Centre and Shkagamik-Kwe Health Centre, the Indigenous Trauma Prevention and Support Coordinator will be responsible for coordinating, developing and providing awareness and education, intervention, culturally-inclusive Survivor support, referrals, safety planning and outreach to assist in reducing violence against Indigenous Survivors of Human Trafficking and Intimate Partner Violence. Through these responsibilities, this project will contribute to reduce re-traumatization of Survivors and the systemic barriers to accessing services, while ensuring justice and equity. With the assistance of the Coordinator, this project will also include improving the Police Service’s response to such incidents by enhancing Officer development and training with the aim to increase public confidence and trust and to enhance the relationships between Indigenous Survivors, their communities and the Police Service.


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How to Apply:

Please email or mail the following completed documents to the contact information listed below:


Applications can be sent via email to or by mail.


Mailing Address:

190 Brady St.

Sudbury, Ontario

P3E 1C7

Attention: Human Resources


Application Deadline: Tuesday, November 30th 2021 at 0800hrs

Civilian members play an important role in the Greater Sudbury Police Service. Civilians hold positions in several branches such as:

  • Administration
  • Courts
  • Communications and Information Technology
  • Crime and Research Analytics
  • Customer Service
  • Emergency Communications
  • Finance
  • Human Resources
  • Records

Our civilian members are employed as permanent or temporary staff in both full-time and part-time capacities.

Being employed as a civilian member of GSPS provides individuals the opportunity to work within a policing environment without being a Police Officer.

We pride ourselves in offering a professional and inclusive workplace by ensuring the health, safety and well-being of our members is the first consideration in all that we do.

If you have any questions related to becoming a professional civilian member with the Greater Sudbury Police Service, please feel free to email us at


At this time, the Greater Sudbury Police Service is not an eligible employer for the Sudbury Rural and Northern Immigration Pilot Program.

If you are currently eligible to work in Canada, you may apply to any of the civilian job vacancies posted on our website. In order to apply to the position of Constable and Court Security/Special Constable, you must be a Permanent Resident or a Canadian Citizen.

Please visit Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship of Canada for more information regarding immigration pathways to Canada, and the website for more information on the Rural and Northern Pilot Program.