Victoria Police Department Collective Agreement

After being sworn in as a probationary constable at the end of Week 12, you earn $71,947, while you train for another 19 weeks at the Academy and at a police station. Students will be accommodated in participating police stations and services, where they will have the opportunity to observe and learn from our police officers, protection officers, protection officers and VPS staff. Vocational teachers can sign up to receive notifications of upcoming registrations and registrations by email to workexperience@police.vic.gov.au For more information about the YES programme, visit the Youth Central website: jobs.vic.gov.au/about-jobs-victoria/our-programs/youth-employme. Applications should not be submitted directly to a police station or police service in Victoria. No placement is organized outside of this program. For more information or if you have authorised your internship, please contact our Higher Education Internship Coordinator under tertiary-placement@police.vic.gov.au Further instructions on this process will be provided directly to vocational education teachers. If you have any questions about any of the information mentioned above or would like more information about the program, please email us directly at: workexperience@police.vic.gov.au. As a strong and democratic trade unionism, Local 50 is committed to improving the quality of life of Victorian workers by providing a strong voice – a collective voice – in their workplace. Victoria Police is an advanced organization and we focus on developing the human resources of our employees. We offer a number of development opportunities, including part-time and full-time leave agreements, if they are inspired by business requirements. We encourage the extension of skills and the exchange of knowledge within the department or the sending to other government departments with regular internal announcements.

As an employee, you help promote and support the organization`s strategic initiatives. You can do this by providing front-line police with the resources they need to carry out the day-to-day operations to create a safer Victoria. VPS GRADS is an extensive development program that offers graduates work experience with variety, opportunities and challenges. VPS GRADS is centrally managed by the Victorian Public Sector Commission (VPSC) on behalf of VPS departments and agencies. The Canada Pension Plan (CPP) provides a monthly benefit to eligible Canadians. At Victoria Police, we pride ourselves on providing our employees with career development and training. We value and encourage the diversity of our people and are committed to enabling you to reach your full potential. We offer broad and varied positions, from working with recruits to analyzing crime data and trends. Successful students should participate in a timely fingerprint appointment..

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