Take on an exciting career at Surrey Police Service, where you’ll have the unique opportunity to help develop a progressive new police agency.

Be a part of change in policing

Surrey Police Service (SPS) is Surrey’s new municipal police agency that will take over policing and law enforcement on November 29, 2024. Together, we’re building a modern police agency that will redefine policing in Canada, with innovative new approaches and community-based solutions.

We’re intentional about building a culture that is inclusive, respectful, and supportive, with a strong focus on employee wellness and career development.

It’s an exciting time to start your career at SPS. We’re continuing to expand our civilian team with talented people who want to help shape the future of policing and be a part of one of the largest police services in Canada.

Civilian opportunities

Civilian employees play an integral role in the operations at SPS. Whether it’s through administrative support, community outreach or specialized services, each role plays a vital part in supporting the work of law enforcement. SPS has a diverse array of civilian career opportunities suited to a wide range of skills, interests, and educational backgrounds.

SPS has both unionized civilian positions covered under CUPE 402, and non-unionized civilian exempt positions. We offer regular full-time opportunities, temporary positions, and auxiliary roles. The following are some of the many areas that civilian employees support policing in Surrey. View current job openings

Asset management officer and civilian

Community Policing Bureau
Administrative Support
Community Programs
Intervention Services
Operational Communications Centre
Victim Services

Investigative Services Bureau
Administrative Support
Crime Analysis
Digital Forensics

Support Services Bureau
Administrative Support
Asset Management
Court Services
Finance / Payroll
Human Resources
Information Services
Information Technology
Public Services

Office of the Chief Constable
Communications / Media
Legal Services
Business Intelligence

*For eligible full-time positions

  • Vacation time starting at three weeks (pro-rated for first year of employment)
  • Medical, dental, and vision coverage
  • Competitive extended health benefits (physiotherapy, massage, etc.)
  • Defined benefit pension through the Municipal Pension Plan
  • Short-term sick leave plans and long-term disability
  • Travel and life insurance
  • Employee and family assistance programs
  • Training and development opportunities
  • Tuition reimbursement opportunities
  • Access to City of Surrey recreation facilities at a reduced cost
  • Dedicated Employee Services team member to provide each employee with personal and family support, and resources to support their well-being
  • Wellness Unit dedicated to supporting all SPS employees
  • Operational Stress Intervention dog, Ragnar
  • Wellness lounge where employees can decompress during their workday
  • Step 1 – Online Application
  • Step 2 – Pre-Screening & Testing
  • Step 3 – Panel Interview(s)   
  • Step 4 – Conditional Offer
  • Step 5 – Security Clearance
  • Step 6 – Reference Checks
  • Step 8 – Employment Confirmed

Visit our Application Process page for details on each step. .


For more information, contact SPS Human Resources at HRadmin@surreypolice.ca. If you are specifically interested in a position with our Information Technology team, please email ITcareers@surreypolice.ca.