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Guelph Police Collective Agreement 2020

NEWS RELEASE GUELPH POLICE SERVICE – The Guelph Police Services Board announced yesterday that it has entered into a five-year contract (January 1, 2019 to December 31, 2023) with the Guelph Police Association following negotiations in the 2019s and 2020s. “I am pleased to announce the signing of this collective agreement. I would like to thank the two negotiating committees for their work and commitment to reaching a mutually beneficial agreement,” said Bob Carter, President of the Police Prefecture. The Guelph Police Service is the 14th largest municipal police service in Ontario with 323 members and an operating budget of $45.6 million $US. The service is responsible for providing policing services to the more than 160,000 citizens of the City of Guelph and is based on the values of pride, service and trust. If you need accommodation to participate fully and consistently in the recruitment and selection process for the police position, please contact our recruitment unit at or 519-824-1212 ext. 7550. “The association is very pleased that both parties have been able to freely negotiate a long-term collective agreement and not resort to interest rate arbitration procedures. A number of important issues had to be addressed and the association was satisfied with the outcome of the collective bargaining. Both parties have worked hard to find common ground to address workplace issues and ensure that our members are treated fairly,” said Matt Jotham, President of the Guelph Police Association. For requests, please contact our recruitment service at or 519-824-1212 ext.

7550. Relationship Building: The ability to develop and maintain a network of contacts, both inside and outside the police service To apply as an experienced public servant, you must be a duty officer in Canada and have served at least one year in your current police service. Experienced military police officers, use this process to apply, please note that you may be required to visit the Ontario Police College for Basic Constable once you have been hired. As part of these negotiations, the Guelph Police Services Board conducted a comprehensive review of comparative policing to ensure that salaries, benefits and other pricing points were representative and median. The village runs the Guelph Police Service with its police comparators and Guelph firefighters. If you are not an experienced public servant and would like to apply, note the skills sought by the Guelph Police: .