The Guelph Police Service is the 14th largest municipal police service in Ontario with 323 members and an operating budget of $US 45.6 million. 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. “I am pleased to announce the signing of the ratification of this collective agreement. I would like to thank both bargaining committees for their work and commitment to reaching a mutually beneficial agreement,” said Bob Carter, Chair of the Police Services Council. “The association is very pleased that both parties were able to freely negotiate a long-term collective agreement and did not have to resort to interest rate arbitration. There were a number of important issues that needed to be addressed and the association is satisfied with the outcome of the collective bargaining process. The colony aligns the Guelph Police Service with its police comparators as well as the Guelph Fire Department. Medical/physical abilities and abilities: medical/physical abilities and abilities, including vision, hearing, motor skills, cardiovascular endurance and body strength. 3. Be physically and mentally able to perform the tasks of the position taking into account your own safety and the safety of the public. 2. Have a recent certification in CPR and First Aid – Level C. Secondary and Post-Secondary Assessments International Credential Assessment Services of Canada (ICAS) 100 Stone Road West, Suite 102 Guelph, ON N1G 5L3 Free: 1-800-321-6021 4.

have completed at least four years of secondary education or equivalent. . . .