National Police Week
National Police Week began in 1970 as a way for police to connect with their communities and increase awareness about the services they provide. Whether it's off the waters on the East Coast, inside an RCMP Operational Communications Centre, delivering hockey equipment or toys to youth in northern Canada, or doing impaired driving checkstops on roads across Canada, RCMP employees play various roles to serve Canadians. Community policing is at the heart of Police Week, as it's an opportunity for police and community members to get to know each other.
It's National Police Week! This year's theme is "Connected to our Communities." Everyday, RCMP officers and civilian employees work hard to make the communities they serve safer, stronger and better.
This week is a time to recognize the people – from the police officers on frontlines to the clerks at the front counters – interacting with Canadians on a daily basis.
RCMP employees are committed to keeping Canadians safe by working in partnership with their communities to prevent and solve crime. Many also give back to their communities by volunteering, coaching, and mentoring in schools, on sports teams, or taking part in charitable activities.
Every day, I see and hear about our employees who face the unexpected with pride and commitment. I can't say enough how much I appreciate all that they do.
To see our RCMP doing great things in the communities we serve, follow our social media channels.
The RCMP is currently seeking applicants from all walks of life to join Canada's national police service.
Whether on the front lines or in a support role, a career with the RCMP offers the chance to have a daily positive impact on Canadian communities. With over 150 different career opportunities to choose from, employees can expect vast opportunities for growth and development in dozens of specialized units.
There are over 19,000 police officers in the RCMP. Find out more about a career in policing on the Police officer careers page.
Over 11,000 Civilian employees carry out critical roles to support front-line operations. To explore these opportunities, consult the Civilian Employee Careers page.
As part of Vision 150, the RCMP's culture is built on respect for diversity and the contributions of all employees. If you're a dynamic, motivated individual in search of exciting adventures and inspiring challenges, we have a career for you.
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