On In 2017, York Regional Police was
On Wednesday, November 24, 2010, Chief Eric Jolliffe was appointed as Chief of York Regional Police to take over retiring Chief Armand La Barge after serving as a deputy chief for eight years. There are 2,400 employees that serve York Region and due to the faster-growing community, York Regional Police was able to employee 100 police officers in the year 2017 and still looking forward to employee more in 2018 and in the future. York Regional Police was established in Canada in the year 1971 and is one of the best Police services who is a wide conglomerate and respected organization in the province of Ontario and across Canada. York Regional Police serve Whitchurch-Stouffville as their one and only substation and five districts across the region; district number one in New Market, number two is Richmond Hill, number three is Sutton, number four is Vaughan, and Markham counts as the fifth district. There are approximately 1.14 million residents in York Region, and every year there are about 10,000 new immigrants that land in York Region. In 2017, York Regional Police was awarded as one of Greater Toronto’s Top Employers 2018 because York Regional Police helps their employees with amazing retirement planning assistance, long-term career development with tuition subsidies for job-related courses, additionally, York Regional Police offers up to 50 weeks of paid maternity leave and many more. York Regional Police ensure that new recruits are empowered with the necessary training before attending to Ontario Police College which makes new recruits unique. York Regional police created a Youtube channel on April 6TH, 2011 with 2017 youtube subscribers and on the YouTube channel, there are series called Behind the badge that emphasizes on York Regional Police Officer’s skills in a particular department. Also, there are released footage of suspects and other criminal activities on the channel as well. I am also very impressed with the corporate value, mission statement, competence, teamwork, accountability, integrity, and indeed the motto “Deeds Speak”. With no second thought, working at York Regional Police would be a better place to enhance my skills and abilities.