National Occupational Classification (NOC) 2016 Version 1.3
- 0 - Management occupations
- 01-05 - Specialized middle management occupations
- 043 - Managers in public protection services
0431 - Commissioned police officers
Commissioned police officers plan, organize, direct, control and evaluate police force administration and police activities such as maintaining law and order and detecting and preventing crime. They are employed by municipal, provincial and federal governments. This unit group includes officers from the rank of staff sergeant to police commissioner. Commissioned officers in the railway police are also included in this unit group.
- chief superintendent
- deputy police chief
- harbour police chief
- police chief
- police lieutenant
- police superintendent
- railway police chief
- Royal Canadian Mounted Police (RCMP) commissioner
- staff inspector
- By-law enforcement and other regulatory officers, n.e.c. (See 4423 By-law enforcement and other regulatory officers, n.e.c.)
- Police officers (except commissioned) (See 4311 Police officers (except commissioned))
- Sheriffs and bailiffs (See 4421 Sheriffs and bailiffs)
This group performs some or all of the following duties:
- Plan, organize, direct, control and evaluate the activities of a police force or division of a police force
- Develop and implement police force policies and procedures
- Oversee police investigations and ensure that procedures are conducted in accordance with laws and regulations
- Assess performance of subordinates and authorize promotions, transfers and disciplinary actions
- Co-ordinate and monitor budget and departmental resources.
- Completion of secondary school is required.
- A university degree in the social sciences or in business administration is usually required.
- Several years of experience as a police officer are required.
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