Police Auxiliary Officer (Custodial Support Officer)

Police Auxiliary Officer (Custodial Support Officer)

Custodial Services and Mental Health Division | Perth, WA, AU

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Western Australia Police Force Police Auxiliary Officer (Custodial Support Officer) Position Number:  Pool Ref 00665 Level/Salary:  Police Auxiliary Officer, $74,736 to $80,567 (Band 2 - CIV004) Work Type:  Permanent - Full Time Branch:  Custodial Services and Mental Health Division Location:  Perth Metropolitan Area Closing Date:  2022-12-31 4:00 PM
POLICE AUXILIARY OFFICER (CUSTODY SUPPORT OFFICER)

This is a pool recruitment process (Ref 00665).

This is a shift work position in accordance with the relevant industrial agreement provisions.

POSITION OBJECTIVE

This role contributes to the safe, secure and efficient operation of police station lockups by undertaking a range of operational and administrative functions relating to the admission, custody and release of detainees. Ensure compliance with custodial care and prisoner management lock-up processes.

Applicants wishing to apply must:

Be an Australian or New Zealand citizen or an Australian permanent resident.
Possess a Manual or Automatic Motor Driver’s Licence with no more than 8 demerit points.
Applicants are required to pass a Physical Performance Evaluation as part of the recruitment process. To familiarise yourself with the standard required, please visit

SUBMITTING YOUR APPLICATION

Emailed Applications

To download an application form please visit 
Photocopy the documents required as listed on the Applicants Checklist.
Present the originals and photocopied documents to a qualified person to be certified. (Please visit: for full list of qualified persons).
Scan and email the application form and all certified documents to . The application form and certified documents must be scanned as one document in PDF format with your surname and first name in the subject line EG SMITH John WA Police Application.

SUBSTANTIVE EQUALITY & WORK HEALTH & SAFETY (WHS) STATEMENT

The WA Police Force is an Equal Opportunity Employer and encourages Aboriginal Australians, young people, people from culturally diverse backgrounds and women to apply for positions within our agency. The WA Police Force also promotes flexible family friendly work practices.

WHS is a vital component within the WA Police Force. Safety is a partnership between the employer and their employees and it relies on all of us working together to ensure that everyone is safe in their working environment, which enables them to go home safely. We incorporate safety in every part of our business and it is an integral part of the decision-making process.

The WA Police Force has a duty of care to ensure employees are not adversely affected by alcohol or drugs in the workplace. The effect of alcohol or drugs can impact on the health and/or safety of the individual or others, and this behaviour is not aligned with the WA Police Force Code of Conduct. As a result, a testing regime has been established as an important way of providing assurance to the community that the expectations they hold for all members of the WA Police Force are being met. Regular testing of all employees for alcohol and drugs aims to ensure the health, welfare and safety of all personnel and promote community confidence in the WA Police Force.

FOR FURTHER JOB RELATED INFORMATION

Applications are now open.

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Position Title Police Auxiliary Officer (Custodial Support Officer) Agency Western Australia Police Force Salary Location Perth Metropolitan Area Unit/Division Operations Support Branch Custodial Services and Mental Health Division Work Type Permanent - Full Time Position No. Pool Ref 00665 Closing Date Position Title Police Auxiliary Officer (Custodial Support Officer) Branch Custodial Services and Mental Health Division Location Perth Metropolitan Area Work Type Permanent - Full Time Closing Date Salary Agency Western Australia Police Service Company Information Description
POLICE AUXILIARY OFFICER (CUSTODY SUPPORT OFFICER)

This is a pool recruitment process (Ref 00665).

This is a shift work position in accordance with the relevant industrial agreement provisions.

POSITION OBJECTIVE

This role contributes to the safe, secure and efficient operation of police station lockups by undertaking a range of operational and administrative functions relating to the admission, custody and release of detainees. Ensure compliance with custodial care and prisoner management lock-up processes.

Applicants wishing to apply must:

Be an Australian or New Zealand citizen or an Australian permanent resident.
Possess a Manual or Automatic Motor Driver’s Licence with no more than 8 demerit points.
Applicants are required to pass a Physical Performance Evaluation as part of the recruitment process. To familiarise yourself with the standard required, please visit

SUBMITTING YOUR APPLICATION

Emailed Applications

To download an application form please visit 
Photocopy the documents required as listed on the Applicants Checklist.
Present the originals and photocopied documents to a qualified person to be certified. (Please visit: for full list of qualified persons).
Scan and email the application form and all certified documents to . The application form and certified documents must be scanned as one document in PDF format with your surname and first name in the subject line EG SMITH John WA Police Application.

SUBSTANTIVE EQUALITY & WORK HEALTH & SAFETY (WHS) STATEMENT

The WA Police Force is an Equal Opportunity Employer and encourages Aboriginal Australians, young people, people from culturally diverse backgrounds and women to apply for positions within our agency. The WA Police Force also promotes flexible family friendly work practices.

WHS is a vital component within the WA Police Force. Safety is a partnership between the employer and their employees and it relies on all of us working together to ensure that everyone is safe in their working environment, which enables them to go home safely. We incorporate safety in every part of our business and it is an integral part of the decision-making process.

The WA Police Force has a duty of care to ensure employees are not adversely affected by alcohol or drugs in the workplace. The effect of alcohol or drugs can impact on the health and/or safety of the individual or others, and this behaviour is not aligned with the WA Police Force Code of Conduct. As a result, a testing regime has been established as an important way of providing assurance to the community that the expectations they hold for all members of the WA Police Force are being met. Regular testing of all employees for alcohol and drugs aims to ensure the health, welfare and safety of all personnel and promote community confidence in the WA Police Force.

FOR FURTHER JOB RELATED INFORMATION

Applications are now open.
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