Project Employee – South East District

Project Employee – South East District

Major Case Management
14200 Green Timbers Way Mail Stop 408/409
Posted 4 weeks ago

Working within the Combined Forces Special Enforcement Unit – BC (CFSEU-BC), the Organized Crime Agency of BC (OCABC) is recruiting a highly motivated and qualified applicant who is confident in supporting the investigative team with complex criminal investigations utilizing the principles of Major Case Management to ensure the delivery of a consistent, high quality product which meets the demands of recent case law.

Reporting to the Command Triangle/Team Leader, this position will be responsible for:

• Providing timely dissemination of information within the investigative unit and with the preparation of progress reports and final disclosure packages
• Providing guidance to civilians and members on procedures and best practices related to File Management and Disclosure
• Assisting Crown Counsel with disclosure concerns/questions, attending court for disclosure hearings and maintaining file continuity for the duration of the court process
• Working with the PPSC, Criminal Justice Branch and Ministry of Attorney General
• Ensuring all sources of information are converted in accordance with the established disclosure format,
and the entry/attaching of all documents as exhibits or attachments into the PRIME System
• Liaising with the Lead File Coordinator and Crown Counsel for content and format or
evidentiary material submitted for disclosure, and preparing briefing notes to senior management
regarding significant developments in the investigation if required
• Auditing the file and compiling data, as requested by Crown Counsel
• Assisting in the preparation of Court Brief, case synopsis, detailed narrative, compilation of will-says,
reports, statements from witnesses and members, and collection of document exhibits pertaining to the
charge counts for the investigation
• Assisting with the assembly and organization of all hard copy material in a systematic way, and
ensuring that the electronic format is linked and vetted in accordance with the guidelines set out by the Department of Public Prosecutions

The successful candidate must possess strong interpersonal and communication skills with sound judgement and proven ability to meet strict deadlines, in addition to the following qualifications:

• Completion of basic police training at a recognized police training academy and a minimum of 5 – 10 years policing experience
• Must be familiar with and able to use operational databases, such as E&R, PRIME, CPIC, etc.
• Sound understanding of provincial and federal statutes (e.g., Criminal Code, Charter of Rights and
Freedoms, Controlled Drugs and Substances Act) along with relevant case law and the judicial system
• Understanding of policies and legalities of handling document exhibits, current guidelines set out by the
Department of Public Prosecutions for the completion of Reports to Crown Counsel
• Formal training as a File Coordinator, preferably advanced Disclosure training
• Mandatory experience working on major files within the major case management structure
• Ability to obtain and maintain a police security clearance

Qualified applicants can submit a cover letter and resume to: by December 22nd, 2018

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Phone: 778.290.2040
Fax: 778.290.6101
14200 Green Timbers Way
Surrey, BC V3T 6P3