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Community Services Coordinator

Published on Jun 18, 2018

Community Services Coordinator

Contract – August 7th, 2018 to March 31st, 2020

 

 

POSITION:               Community Services Coordinator (CSC), Civilian position

                        (Funded through Government of Ontario Grant on behalf of Rama Police)

 

 

PURPOSE:

The purpose of this position is to work within the Rama Police Service on the development and delivery of an Impaired Vision – Community Prevention and Education program focused on preventative measures.  The successful candidate will represent the Rama Police Service through collaborative efforts with other community-wide stakeholder groups that compliment a focus on education and preventative measures. 


This position may be required to work shift work and weekends.

 

QUALIFICATIONS:

 

Preference will be given but not restricted to applicants who possess training and experience in the following areas:  

 

·       Bachelor of Social Work Degree (preferred)

·       Possess post-secondary education and training

·       Would be an asset to have three to five years’ experience with working in a public setting

·       Experience in program development and delivery

·       Experience working within a First Nation Community

·       Excellent written & oral communication skills

·       Excellent organizational skills

·       Knowledge and understanding of First Nation culture and traditional practices

·       Knowledge of community and social services agencies that serve First Nation families

·       Ability to maintain confidentiality

·       Excellent problem solving skills

·       Ability to work independently and as a team member.

·       Willingness to participate in relevant training

·       Must have valid class G driver’s license

·       Knowledge of basic Microsoft Outlook and Office suite

·       Must provide a Vulnerable Sector Screening Check

·       Not have a criminal record for which a pardon has not been granted or absolute/conditional discharge that has not been sealed.

 

 

 

RESPONSIBILITIES:

 

·       To enhance the community safety and well-being of the Chippewas of Rama Frist Nation community and surrounding area through a multi-sector partnership.

·       To implement an innovative, evidence-based, interactive learning model designed to educate the public about impaired and distracted driving, identified as Simulated Impaired Driving Experience (SIDNE) education model.

·       To leverage existing resources to build on the capacity of Rama Police Services and their partner agencies to offer public education over the effects of operating a motor vehicle while under the influence of mind altering substances such as alcohol, prescription and illicit drugs.

·       The duties and responsibilities outlined above are representative, but not all-inclusive.

                       

Remuneration:               $24.00 per hour, 40 hours per week (contract ending March 31st, 2020) 

                                    To include a three month probation

 

 

Please send, fax or hand deliver cover letter and resume marked CONFIDENTIAL to:

 

 

Rama Police Service

7450 Williams Road

Rama, Ontario

L3V 6H6

Attn: Tom Batisse, A/Chief of Police

Fax: (705) 325-4462

 

 

Only those applicants deemed qualified will be contacted for an interview.

 

CLOSING DATE: Friday, July 13th, 2018 @ 9:00 am

Career Opening - Chief of Police

Published on Jun 6, 2018

Rama Police is looking for a new Chief of Police.

 

YOUTH IN POLICING INITIATIVE

Published on May 4, 2018


Summer Employment Opportunity

July 3, 2018 to August 24, 2018 (8 Weeks)

 

YIPI – Youth in Policing Initiative

 


Position Title:             Summer Student

 

Applicants must be at least 15 years to 18 years of age, presently scheduled to attend Secondary School or Post Secondary School/Learning Centre and returning in September 2018.

 

There will be an interview process with business casual attire required.

 

Reports To:                Chief of Police or designate

 

Qualifications:         Must be self motivated/able to work independently

                                    Between ages 15 and 18 years of age at the commencement of the program

                                    Positive role model

Be of good moral character and habits

Agree to a mentor relationship

Successfully pass criminal clearance background check

Returning to school in September

Reflect the cultural diversity of the community

Have not completed YIPI program in the past
           

*Potential for marine patrol – desirable attributes would include a valid Pleasure Craft Operator Card, as well as swimming and water safety courses. 

  

Objective of YIPI:     To provide a safe and positive summer employment opportunity for youth that is reflective of the cultural diversity of the community.

                                    To provide opportunity to develop job skills while enhancing police and community relations.

                                    Promote youth participation and exposure to the work environment through diverse educational and productive work assignments.

                                   

Remuneration:           $14.00/hour for 40 hours a week

 

Please send cover letter and resume to:

 

Rama Police Service

7450 Williams Rd

Rama, Ontario

L3V 6H6

Attn: Insp. T. Batisse

 

Resumes will be received until May 25th, 2018 at 5:00 p.m.

 

The Youth in Policing Initiative (YIPI) provides an innovative summer employment opportunity for an area youth.   This program will provide a mentorship for a youth to help build a strong healthy relationship with the Police and provide solid life skills necessary to excel in school and in the community.  The Rama Police Service endeavours to provide a safe and productive summer employment opportunity. 

 

 

Summer Employment Opportunity

July 3, 2017 to August 25, 2017

 YIPI – Youth in Policing Initiative

 

Position Title:              Summer Student 

Applicants must be at least 15 years to 18 years of age, presently scheduled to attend Secondary School or Post Secondary School/Learning Centre and returning in September 2017.

There will be an interview process with business casual attire required.

 

Reports To:                Chief of Police or designate 

Qualifications:          Must be self motivated/able to work independently

                                    Between ages 15 and 18 years of age at the commencement of the program

                                    Positive role model

Be of good moral character and habits

Agree to a mentor relationship

Successfully pass criminal clearance background check

Returning to school in September

Reflect the cultural diversity of the community

Have not completed YIPI program in the past
           

*Potential for marine patrol – desirable attributes would include a valid Pleasure Craft Operator Card, as well as swimming and water safety courses.   

Objective of YIPI:    

  • To provide a safe and positive summer employment opportunity for youth that is reflective of the cultural diversity of the community.
  • To provide opportunity to develop job skills while enhancing police and community relations.
  • Promote youth participation and exposure to the work environment through diverse educational and productive work assignments.                 

Remuneration:          $11.40/hour for 40 hours a week

Please send cover letter and resume to:

Rama Police Service

7450 Williams Rd

Rama, Ontario

L3V 6H6

Attn: Insp. T. Batisse 

Resumes will be received until June 2, 2017 at 5:00 p.m. 

The Youth in Policing Initiative (YIPI) provides an innovative summer employment opportunity for an area youth.   This program will provide a mentorship for a youth to help build a strong healthy relationship with the Police and provide solid life skills necessary to excel in school and in the community.  The Rama Police Service endeavours to provide a safe and productive summer employment opportunity.

Casino Rama Press Release

Published on Dec 7, 2016

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
CASINO RAMA RESORT TARGETED BY CYBERATTACK
Rama, ON (Thursday, November 10, 2016) - Casino Rama Resort became aware that it has been the victim of a cyberattack that resulted in the theft of (past and present) customer, employee and vendor information by an anonymous threat agent.
Casino Rama Resort is working with the Ontario Provincial Police (OPP), the Royal Canadian Mounted Police (RCMP), the Ontario Lottery and Gaming Corporation (OLG) and the Alcohol and Gaming Commission of Ontario (AGCO), and has alerted the Office of the Privacy Commissioner of Canada (OPC) and the Information and Privacy Commissioner of Ontario (IPC).
"Data security is a top priority for Casino Rama Resort, and we take our responsibility to protect our customers', employees' and vendors’ personal information very seriously,” said John Drake, President and CEO, Casino Rama Resort.
The hacker claims to have accessed information that includes Casino Rama Resort IT information, financial reports respecting the hotel and casino, security incident reports, Casino Rama Resort email, patron credit inquiries, collection and debt information, vendor information and contracts and employee information including performance reviews, payroll data, terminations, social insurance numbers and dates of birth. The hacker claims that employee information dates from 2004 to 2016, and some of the other categories of information taken date back to 2007.
"Casino Rama Resort deeply regrets this situation and recognizes the seriousness of this issue. Our teams have been working around the clock with cyber security experts,” stated Drake. "We appreciate the understanding of our customers, employees and stakeholders as we continue to investigate.”
As a precaution, Casino Rama Resort is advising customers, employees and vendors to monitor and verify all bank accounts, credit card and other financial transaction statements and report any suspicious activity to the appropriate financial institution. General tips and resources for protecting against identity theft and fraud are available on the OPC website, at: https://www.priv.gc.ca/resource/topic-sujet/itf-vif/index_e.asp and the IPC website, at https://www.ipc.on.ca/wp-content/uploads/Resources/id-theft-e.pdf.
There is no indication that the hacker continues to have access to the system. It is possible, however, that the hacker will publish information that was stolen. Casino Rama Resort’s internal teams have been working with cyber security experts to neutralize the issue and provide further safeguards to the system since becoming aware of the situation on November 4th, 2016.
Information updates will be available on the Casino Rama Resort website (www.casinorama.com/datainquiry<http://www.casinorama.com/datainquiry>) for those who wish additional information.
ABOUT CASINO RAMA RESORT
Celebrating 20 successful years, Casino Rama Resort is Ontario's only First Nations resort casino and has earned a reputation for presenting exclusive world-class sporting, entertainment & television events. The Casino offers a complete entertainment experience with over 2,500 slot machines, more than 110 gaming tables, 8 unique restaurants, a world-class 5,000 seat Entertainment Centre, and a 300-room all-suite, full-service hotel, featuring spa and health club facilities. Through the Casino Rama Cares program, we are dedicated to continuing our rich history of community support by being an outstanding corporate neighbour; providing year-round assistance through a combination of charitable giving and employee volunteerism. Casino Rama Resort is operated by Penn National Gaming, Inc. - 30 - PlaySmart. Know your limit, play within it! THE ONTARIO PROBLEM GAMBLING HELPLINE 1-888-230-3505 For media requiring more information, please contact: Jenna Hunter Director of Public Relations Casino Rama Resort 705 329 5179 | c. 705 323 0092 hunterj@casinorama.com media@casinorama.com

Information re: Statistics Canada Census

Published on Apr 28, 2016

Tuesday, May 10, 2016 is Census Day.

Between early May and late June 2016, approximately 35,000 Statistics Canada employees will be working in neighbourhoods and communities across the country to conduct the census.
 
Residents in your community may contact their local police force to verify the validity of the activities being carried out by Crew Leaders and Enumerators.

How will I know if they are legitimate Statistics Canada employees?
Every Enumerator and Crew Leader will have an identification card that features the Statistics Canada identifier, along with his or her name, employment number and photo. Residents can contact the Census Help Line at 1-855-700-2016 if they wish to confirm the identity of the Enumerator or the Crew Leader at their door.

Will I be required to provide personal information to Statistics Canada such as my Social Insurance Number, banking information, telephone number or email address?
You do not need to provide your Social Insurance Number or banking information to complete the census questionnaire. However, you will be asked to provide a telephone number and an email address in case follow-up questions are required.

Is there a screening process for Enumerators and Crew Leaders?
In order to be considered for census positions, candidates must pass a written test, a reference check, and a government security assessment.

How does Statistics Canada ensure the confidentiality and security of information collected during the census?
Statistics Canada places the highest priority on protecting the confidentiality of individual census questionnaires. Answers collected under the authority of the Statistics Act are kept strictly confidential.
All employees are sworn to secrecy when they are hired. The Statistics Act states that employees are liable for fines of up to $1,000, and/or jail terms of up to six months if they reveal personal information.

Youth in Policing Initiative

Published on May 8, 2015

Summer Employment Opportunity
July 6, 2015 to August 28, 2015

YIPI – Youth in Policing Initiative


Position Title:   Summer Student

Applicants must be at least 15 years to 18 years of age, presently scheduled to attend Secondary School or Post Secondary School/Learning Centre and returning in September 2015.

There will be an interview process with business casual attire required.

Reports To:  Chief of Police or designate

Qualifications:         

Must be self motivated/able to work independently
Between ages 15 and 18 years of age at the commencement of the program
Positive role model
Be of good moral character and habits
Agree to a mentor relationship
Successfully pass criminal clearance background check
Returning to school in September
Reflect the cultural diversity of the community
Have not completed YIPI program in the past
 
Objective of YIPI: 

To provide a safe and positive summer employment opportunity for youth that is reflective of the cultural diversity of the community.
To provide opportunity to develop job skills while enhancing police and community relations.
Promote youth participation and exposure to the work environment through diverse educational and productive work assignments.
 
Remuneration: $11.00/hour for 40 hours a week

Please send cover letter and resume to:

Rama Police Service
7450 Williams Rd
Rama, Ontario
L3V 6H6
Attn: Cst. Dana Boldt

Resumes will be received until May 29th, 2015 at 5:00 p.m.

The Youth in Policing Initiative (YIPI) provides an innovative summer employment opportunity for an area youth.   This program will provide a mentorship for a youth to help build a strong healthy relationship with the Police and provide solid life skills necessary to excel in school and in the community.  The Rama Police Service endeavours to provide a safe and productive summer employment opportunity.

Crime Prevention Week 2014

Published on Nov 3, 2014

Rama Police, Fire and EMS Services are gearing up to spread the message….
"Thumbs Up”
Crime Prevention Week (November 2nd to 8th)
Like tying a string around your finger to remember to buy milk at the grocery store, the "Thumbs Up” thumb band is a reminder to keep your thumbs off your phone and your eyes on the road. Our YIPI (Youth in Policing Initiative) students created posters for the launch of the campaign and our officers are distributing thumb bands during traffic stops and R.I.D.E. programs, and cautioning drivers not to text and drive.
 
There is solid research that indicates that distracted drivers are more likely to cause collisions and serious injury than impaired drivers. According to the Canadian Automobile Association, texting drivers are 23-times more likely to be involved in a collision. That is why all police services are increasing enforcement and education around this major causal factor for collisions, and why Rama’s emergency services are supporting "Thumbs Up”.
 
Crime Prevention Week is an opportune time to highlight successful partnerships in areas where the police and community work together to develop a multi-sectoral approach to crime prevention and build a stronger and safer community. This year, Rama Police have teamed up with Rama EMS and Rama Fire Rescue Service to combat distracted driving, which has become one of Ontario’s "Big Four” in dangerous driving practices. We aim to change perceptions and behaviours so that drivers become more aware that the dangers of distracted driving apply to everyone. If we’ve encouraged even one driver to think twice about picking up that phone, we may have prevented an avoidable collision, or even saved a life.
 
Thumb bands are available at the First Nation Administration Office, Rama Country Market, the Hub at the Mask or from the Rama Police detachment.

"Thumbs Up" Distracted Driving Campaign

Published on Oct 7, 2014

 
"Thumbs Up” Distracted Driving Campaign

The Rama Police Service has launched a new distracted driving campaign which aims to encourage drivers to avoid texting and other dangerous distractions while driving.

The issue of distracted driving is now one of the top traffic safety issues for all Ontario police services and the current leading cause of fatal collisions in the province of Ontario.  According to Canadian Automobile Association Statistics, you are 23 times more likely to be involved in a crash if you are texting.  No one should lose their life or suffer serious injury because a driver was not devoting his or her full attention to the road.

To encourage drivers to put an end to this dangerous behaviour, the Rama Police will be distributing "Thumbs Up” thumb bands which are meant to be worn as a reminder to avoid distractions while driving, particularly texting.  Officers will be distributing the thumb bands during traffic stops, R.I.D.E. programs, and community events around the area.  The bands are also available at the Rama Police detachment.      

Discover Policing

Published on Sep 16, 2014


Discovering Policing


The Rama Police Service Wants You…to Consider a Career in Policing



The Rama Police Service is supporting the launch of Discover Policing, a Province-wide, collaborative initiative under the auspices of the Ontario Association of Chiefs of Police, which aims to attract young people to a career in policing.


Discover Policing will feature a number of social media portals where individuals interested in a law enforcement career can engage with police personnel about what police organizations are looking for in potential candidates, educational requirements, potential opportunities, etc. Individuals who want to consider a law enforcement career can connect with police personnel through three social media platforms:


Facebook: The Discover Policing Facebook page will be the primary source of information for the initiative. This page will include information about Discover Policing, provide helpful resources and links for potential candidates, links to all police agencies, and a calendar of recruitment events for police services across Ontario.

 

Twitter: This Twitter account, @DiscoverPolicin, will connect users to police personnel who can assist users with their queries.

 

LinkedIn: Users of this professional networking platform will be able to connect with police personnel and learn more about policing in Ontario.



The Rama Police Service is also pleased to announce that it will participate in the Discover Policing Exposition which will be held on October 15, 2014 at the Toronto Police College. This one-day event, which is free of charge for members of the public, will provide an opportunity for Ontario police services to showcase the profession of policing to potential candidates and for attendees to engage directly with police personnel. It will take place from 12:00 pm to 8:00 pm and feature exhibitor booths for police agencies, presentations by police personnel about career opportunities, and special demonstrations.



Prescription Drug Drop-Off

Published on Apr 30, 2014

 

Prescription Drug Drop-Off Saturday, May 10, 2014

 

This is an anonymous program- feel free to remove any labels or black them out with a marker. No questions will be asked.

 

All returned medications will be taken by police to be incinerated. This process is similar to what happens when they are dropped off at pharmacies

 

Can`t Make this day?

You can also drop off medications at any pharmacy on any day.

 

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