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From: "McCullough, Jennifer PSA:EX" <Jennifer.McCullough@gov.bc.ca>
Subject: [d-ssc] Ministry of Justice career opportunity
Date: June 21, 2017 at 2:06:05 PM PDT


Ministry of Justice 
Williams Lake

Community Coordinator - Crime Reduction Strategies
Salary $66,200.03 - $75,658.71

This is a temporary opportunity until approximately mid-2019. Regular employees must have their supervisor's approval prior to applying on the temporary opportunity.

The Office of Crime Reduction – Gang Outreach (OCR-GO) works with police agencies, local governments, and communities to support evidence-based and integrated, policing related crime reduction and anti-gang initiatives to improve the safety of British Columbians. The OCR-GO emphasises the value of utilizing statistical analysis and research evidence to target offenders, guide decision-making, and evaluate the effectiveness of crime reduction and anti-gang activities.
The OCR-GO is led by the Policing and Security Branch of the Ministry of Public Safety and Solicitor General, and works in a coordinated fashion with the Community Safety and Crime Prevention Branch (CSCPB), the RCMP and the Combined Forces Special Enforcement Unit of BC (CFSEU-BC) in support of the End Gang Life initiative. The OCR-GO also works with local governments, community organizations, and police agencies to support crime reduction and anti-gang outreach programs.

The Community Coordinator – Crime Reduction Strategies, reporting to the Director, OCR-GO, develops programs and initiatives that are of strategic importance to the ministry from concept, to implementation and evaluation. This position supports and liaises with police agencies, other government ministries, First Nations communities, local governments and community partners to inform on best practices regarding crime reduction.  The Community Coordinator facilitates the development, formalization and implementation of local information sharing and collaboration protocols between and across key partners to help identify and support at-risk individuals who are in need of several, often overlapping services to collectively address the root causes of existing and emergent issues that lead to involvement in the criminal justice system.

Qualifications for this role include:

·         Bachelor’s degree or higher in economics, criminology, social sciences or related discipline and minimum 2 years of related experience. Preference may be given to applicants with 4 years of related experience.
the equivalent combination of education and experience may be considered.
·         Experience building relationships with stakeholders and external partners.
·         Experience negotiating agreements and working collaboratively in partnership arrangements.
·         Experience leading working groups, project teams and managing multiple projects or leading a component (e.g., sub-project) of a major project.
·         Experience in developing, managing, evaluating and administering programs and initiatives.
·         Preference may be given to those with experience in public safety, law enforcement or crime reduction programs.

For more information on this career opportunity including how to apply online by July 6th 2017, please visit:



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