Applying to Correctional Service Canada

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Re: Applying to Correctional Service Canada

Postby EdMaxCO » Wed Jun 02, 2021 12:09 pm

patmag25 wrote:
Wed May 26, 2021 7:18 pm
Hey guys and gals!

Well today was the day of DAYS! I received my offer of employment for CSC-CX1 position for Kent Institution! Off to the Academy for June 21st in Abbotsford, B.C!

Wrote my SJT on September 19th, 2019, and received the offer on May 26th, 2021. What a long but incredibly worth it process! I wish you all luck for those in varying stages, just knuckle down, keep your records clean and play the waiting game!

So EXCITED to join the thin silver line!!!!!
Kent, Edmonton and Millhaven are generally the busiest institutions in the country. Be prepared, especially as the new guy, to "volunteer" for overtime and shift extensions. Expect frequent outside hospital posts, posts on the living units, etc. My two cents, as the new guy, you should volunteer for the shit jobs when they come up. Incident right before end of shift? Volunteer to go in the ambulance. When the CM's radio about modifiying the routine due to staff shortage, call and ask how you can help. It goes a long way to establishing a good work reputation. You're going to see things that defy imagination. At least I did. I wish I'd kept a journal about the wild things I've seen. Eventually they just roll into each other and don't shock you anymore. Be sure to take good care of your mental health. The job will wear you down and you won't even know it. You will absolutley gain more experience working in a max for 5 years than working in most mediums for 15 or more.
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2010-2011 - CX-01 Drumheller Institution
2011-2021 - CX-01 Edmonton Institution

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Re: Applying to Correctional Service Canada

Postby Tupp » Wed Jun 02, 2021 9:12 pm

Z42A wrote:
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Is anyone else also being asked to redo Stage 1 of the Correctional Training Program? This is incredibly frustrating, I understand there’s a global pandemic, but why are the applicants have to face the consequences of the failures of the organization to adapt to the circumstances?

I am personally having second thoughts working for an organization like this.

I’m currently in both CBSA and Abby police recruitment process, and they have been both incredibly more forthcoming about the changes and delays during the pandemic than CSC.
I have started to reply to this post several times, and deleted my response each time.
Allow me to be clear here... the following statement in no way reflects the opinion of the CSC and is my own personal opinion...

If you already have second thoughts about working for CSC, do everyone a favour and pull your application. You're already setting yourself up to be a negative influence on those around you, and there is more than enough of that. We don't need some rookie officer coming in with this attitude. Good luck with your CBSA and Abbotsford applications. I hope the grass is as green as you seem to think it is. Now get out of the way and let someone who wants to work with us through.
They must have huge amounts of applications on file waiting to be processed. Well said no negativity I like that.

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Postby NewfoundlandGuy709 » Fri Jun 04, 2021 9:28 am

Hey everyone!

I'm in the selection process for a CX-01 position with the CSC (recently received a request for fingerprints and other documents). Just wondering if anyone can offer up some advice/tips/anything about the process from here on out? Also, can anyone explain what the training academy is like (i.e. courses, accommodations, lifestyle, etc.)? I was told during the interview that, assuming I make it to the CTP 3 portion, it would be held in PEI.

Thanks!

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Re: Applying to Correctional Service Canada

Postby Z42A » Fri Jun 04, 2021 9:46 am

NewfoundlandGuy709 wrote:
Fri Jun 04, 2021 9:28 am
Hey everyone!

I'm in the selection process for a CX-01 position with the CSC (recently received a request for fingerprints and other documents). Just wondering if anyone can offer up some advice/tips/anything about the process from here on out? Also, can anyone explain what the training academy is like (i.e. courses, accommodations, lifestyle, etc.)? I was told during the interview that, assuming I make it to the CTP 3 portion, it would be held in PEI.

Thanks!
I can give you details about what PEI training is like, as I've been here on the island doing training since we opened. If you look back through my posts, you'll likely find all the info that you are looking for. If there's something that I haven't already answered, please feel free to contact me with your questions either on here or at my email address below.
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Staff Training Officer (CX3)
CSC National Satellite Training Academy
Correctional Service of Canada | Government of Canada
matthew.chinn@csc-scc.gc.ca

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Re: Applying to Correctional Service Canada

Postby NewfoundlandGuy709 » Fri Jun 04, 2021 9:52 am

Z42A wrote:
Fri Jun 04, 2021 9:46 am
NewfoundlandGuy709 wrote:
Fri Jun 04, 2021 9:28 am
Hey everyone!

I'm in the selection process for a CX-01 position with the CSC (recently received a request for fingerprints and other documents). Just wondering if anyone can offer up some advice/tips/anything about the process from here on out? Also, can anyone explain what the training academy is like (i.e. courses, accommodations, lifestyle, etc.)? I was told during the interview that, assuming I make it to the CTP 3 portion, it would be held in PEI.

Thanks!
I can give you details about what PEI training is like, as I've been here on the island doing training since we opened. If you look back through my posts, you'll likely find all the info that you are looking for. If there's something that I haven't already answered, please feel free to contact me with your questions either on here or at my email address below.
Thanks, I really appreciate that. I'll be sure to look over your previous posts!

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Re: Applying to Correctional Service Canada

Postby ODIN » Fri Jun 04, 2021 10:06 am

EdMaxCO wrote:
Wed Jun 02, 2021 12:09 pm
patmag25 wrote:
Wed May 26, 2021 7:18 pm
Hey guys and gals!

Well today was the day of DAYS! I received my offer of employment for CSC-CX1 position for Kent Institution! Off to the Academy for June 21st in Abbotsford, B.C!

Wrote my SJT on September 19th, 2019, and received the offer on May 26th, 2021. What a long but incredibly worth it process! I wish you all luck for those in varying stages, just knuckle down, keep your records clean and play the waiting game!

So EXCITED to join the thin silver line!!!!!
Kent, Edmonton and Millhaven are generally the busiest institutions in the country. Be prepared, especially as the new guy, to "volunteer" for overtime and shift extensions. Expect frequent outside hospital posts, posts on the living units, etc. My two cents, as the new guy, you should volunteer for the shit jobs when they come up. Incident right before end of shift? Volunteer to go in the ambulance. When the CM's radio about modifiying the routine due to staff shortage, call and ask how you can help. It goes a long way to establishing a good work reputation. You're going to see things that defy imagination. At least I did. I wish I'd kept a journal about the wild things I've seen. Eventually they just roll into each other and don't shock you anymore. Be sure to take good care of your mental health. The job will wear you down and you won't even know it. You will absolutley gain more experience working in a max for 5 years than working in most mediums for 15 or more.
This is pretty solid info, EI, Millhaven and Kent are very busy. That being said the 3 busiest mediums in the country all seem to be in PRA. PA, SMI and Drum are large populations with lots of gangs, so they are pretty busy. PRA region is rife with gangs, this tends to make things a little more sporty.
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Re: Applying to Correctional Service Canada

Postby Bman86 » Fri Jun 04, 2021 4:16 pm

Hey all, Im at the stage of having my TBS checked through (I know this because I messed some dates up and then told me to correct em.)

I just curious, assuming a candidate gets picked, graduates and puts a decent amount of time in to be no longer considered fresh. What avenues lay ahead for a career path within the institution? Whether it be specialised departments or a more administrative role.

As I said, just curious.

Thanks
PRAIRE REGION (Central Alberta)

SJT : 8 FEB 2021
PHONE INTERVIEW : 09 MAR 2021
TBS 330-23 : 30 MAR 2021
FINGER PRINT REQUEST- 12 APRIL 2021
CTP1 INVITE - 15 JUNE 2021
CTP1 COMPLETED - 28 JUNE 2021
MEDICAL - 3 AUG 2021
PSYCH EVAL - 13 AUG 2021

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Re: Applying to Correctional Service Canada

Postby NV35 » Sat Jun 05, 2021 2:26 am

Bman86 wrote:
Fri Jun 04, 2021 4:16 pm
Hey all, Im at the stage of having my TBS checked through (I know this because I messed some dates up and then told me to correct em.)

I just curious, assuming a candidate gets picked, graduates and puts a decent amount of time in to be no longer considered fresh. What avenues lay ahead for a career path within the institution? Whether it be specialised departments or a more administrative role.

As I said, just curious.

Thanks
Possible career paths include but aren't limited to CX-3 (Training officer), CX-4 (Correctional Manager), Emergency Response Team member, crisis negotiator, etc.

Someone with a knack and a goal of upper management may find themselves one day as a Warden or Assistant Warden.

Instructors I've talked to have also explained that there are taskings within the CX-1 position that take an officer out of the institution. Medical escorts, institutional transfers, airport arrival/departure for inmates, etc. I'm sure someone with experience can touch on this way more than I can.
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Re: Applying to Correctional Service Canada

Postby ygu31 » Sat Jun 05, 2021 11:32 am

Bman86 wrote:
Fri Jun 04, 2021 4:16 pm
Hey all, Im at the stage of having my TBS checked through (I know this because I messed some dates up and then told me to correct em.)

I just curious, assuming a candidate gets picked, graduates and puts a decent amount of time in to be no longer considered fresh. What avenues lay ahead for a career path within the institution? Whether it be specialised departments or a more administrative role.

As I said, just curious.

Thanks

It is always good to have a long term career plan, and that's why we have SDS staff in almost every institution to help CXs to achieve their career development goal. If you have a career goal to upper management positions, this is likely to be the path:
* Start as a CX-01 after completing CTP3,
* Apply a CX-02 position after you pass your probation (also need to pass a CX-02 written test and interview, you will need some study for CDs, CCRA, etc), but you could become an acting CX-02 even before you pass your probation, which is rare but I have seen that happened a few times. If you are interested for acting CX-02 position, my suggestion is to pass your probation first, then talk to your assigned CM, SDS CM and/or the CMs of the unit which you are interested, to ask for guidance.
* You can then choose to participate a competition a Correctional Manager (CX-04), which requires you to have a minimum of two years of CX experiences in the last five years. In reality, they prefer to see more than just two years of experiences before you apply. In most cases, they require you to have CX-02 experiences.
* After sufficient experiences from your operational role (CX), you can apply the Assistant Warden positions (AS-07 classification), such as AWO (Operation), AWI (Intervention), AWM (Management).
* the next rank is Deputy Warden (As-08)
* Warden (EX 01/02 classification) is also so called the institution head and command the whole institution.

There are also many Assistant Wardens, Deputy Wardens and Wardens have no CX background, instead, they have Probation officer experience, because offender rehabilitation is also a major duty in corrections. In short, to join the Senior management team, candidate need either CX experiences (security side) or Probation officer experiences (rehabilitation side).

Other than management role, you can also see many specialized positions which are open to CX-01 CX-02only or both CX-01 and CX-02:
* ERT: Emergency Response Team (similar to ICIT role in Ontario or CERU role in MB) requires candidate to have a minimum 1 year of experience.
* K9 handler: you will need some seniority to be considered.
* Crisis negotiator
*International / Inter-Regional Escorting team, they may be required to escort offender from/to Hong Kong, Japan, U.S, etc.
*SMO: security maintenance officer, performing maintenance duty such as Firearm, garrett wand etc)
*Security Intelligence Officer
*CSC guard of honor: They honor those who deserve to be honored. You are suggested to have a valid travel document as CSC honor guards may be asked to attend honor guard duty in U.S
*oversea operations: e.g: CSC CXs trained Afghanistan National Correctional Service officers https://www.google.com/search?q=CSC+afg ... Z3aBU1RFnM
*and many other specialized post.
All the above info are open-to-all basis and can be found at CSC web sites (some are to be found at www.canada.ca) and there are way more info there which may inspire you for your future career development goal.

Working as a CSC CX is way beyond of just being a "guard", you will see many interesting positions/duties inside CSC.

There are also many CXs enjoy the front line duty and want to be a CX-01 or CX-02 until retirement (including myself). You will find your preference after you start. In my institution, around 1/4 to 1/3 CX-02 have experiences as an acting CX-04 and chose to not to extend their acting term. It is simply which role you like the most.

Hope the above info give you a general idea of potential career development inside CSC.
Last edited by ygu31 on Mon Jun 07, 2021 10:44 am, edited 1 time in total.
My opinions expressed here are solely my personal opinions and do not represent the Correctional Service of Canada or any other Government of Canada agencies.

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ON CO 2018-2019
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Re: Applying to Correctional Service Canada

Postby Bman86 » Sat Jun 05, 2021 3:27 pm

ygu31 wrote:
Sat Jun 05, 2021 11:32 am
Bman86 wrote:
Fri Jun 04, 2021 4:16 pm
Hey all, Im at the stage of having my TBS checked through (I know this because I messed some dates up and then told me to correct em.)

I just curious, assuming a candidate gets picked, graduates and puts a decent amount of time in to be no longer considered fresh. What avenues lay ahead for a career path within the institution? Whether it be specialised departments or a more administrative role.

As I said, just curious.

Thanks

It is always good to have a long term career plan, and that's why we have SDS staff in almost every institution to help CXs to achieve their career development goal. If you have a career goal to upper management positions, this is likely to be the path:
* Start as a CX-01 after completing CTP3,
* Apply a CX-02 position after you pass your probation (also need to pass a CX-02 written test and interview, you will need some study for CDs, CCRA, etc), but you could become an acting CX-02 even before you pass your probation, which is rare but I have seen that happened a few times. If you are interested for acting CX-02 position, my suggestion is to pass your probation first, then talk to your assigned CM, SDS CM and/or the CMs of the unit which you are interested, to ask for guidance.
* You can then choose to participate a competition a Correctional Manager (CX-04), which requires you to have a minimum of two years of CX experiences in the last five years. In reality, they prefer to see more than just two years of experiences before you apply. In most cases, they require you to have CX-02 experiences.
* After sufficient experiences from your operational role (CX), you can apply the Assistant Warden positions (AS-07 classification), such as AWO (Operation), AWI (Intervention), AWM (Management).
* the next rank is Deputy Warden (As-08)
* Warden (EX 01/02 classification) is also so called the institution head and command the whole institution.

There are also many Assistant Wardens, Deputy Wardens and Wardens have no CX background, instead, they have Probation officer experience, because offender rehabilitation is also a major duty in corrections. In short, to join the Senior management team, candidate need either CX experiences (security side) or Probation officer experiences (rehabilitation side).

Other than management role, you can also see many specialized positions which are open to CX-01 CX-02only or both CX-01 and CX-02:
* ERT: Emergency Response Team (similar to ICIT role in Ontario or CERU role in MB) requires candidate to have a minimum 1 year of experience.
* K9 handler: you will need some seniority to be considered.
* Crisis negotiator
*International / Inter-Regional Escorting team, they may be required to escort offender from/to Hong Kong, Japan, U.S, etc.
*SMO: security maintenance officer, performing maintenance duty such as Firearm, garrett wand etc)
*Security Inelegancy Officer
*CSC guard of honor: They honor those who deserve to be honored. You are suggested to have a valid travel document as CSC honor guards may be asked to attend honor guard duty in U.S
*oversea operations: e.g: CSC CXs trained Afghanistan National Correctional Service officers https://www.google.com/search?q=CSC+afg ... Z3aBU1RFnM
*and many other specialized post.
All the above info are open-to-all basis and can be found at CSC web sites (some are to be found at www.canada.ca) and there are way more info there which may inspire you for your future career development goal.

Working as a CSC CX is way beyond of just being a "guard", you will see many interesting positions/duties inside CSC.

There are also many CXs enjoy the front line duty and want to be a CX-01 or CX-02 until retirement (including myself). You will find your preference after you start. In my institution, around 1/4 to 1/3 CX-02 have experiences as an acting CX-04 and chose to not to extend their acting term. It is simply which role you like the most.

Hope the above info give you a general idea of potential career development inside CSC.
Cheers, that was a good wack of info. Appreciate it.

Thanks
PRAIRE REGION (Central Alberta)

SJT : 8 FEB 2021
PHONE INTERVIEW : 09 MAR 2021
TBS 330-23 : 30 MAR 2021
FINGER PRINT REQUEST- 12 APRIL 2021
CTP1 INVITE - 15 JUNE 2021
CTP1 COMPLETED - 28 JUNE 2021
MEDICAL - 3 AUG 2021
PSYCH EVAL - 13 AUG 2021

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Re: Applying to Correctional Service Canada

Postby Conair88 » Sun Jun 06, 2021 10:38 am

Bman86 wrote:
Fri Jun 04, 2021 4:16 pm
Hey all, Im at the stage of having my TBS checked through (I know this because I messed some dates up and then told me to correct em.)

I just curious, assuming a candidate gets picked, graduates and puts a decent amount of time in to be no longer considered fresh. What avenues lay ahead for a career path within the institution? Whether it be specialised departments or a more administrative role.

As I said, just curious.

Thanks
I would not worry about it too much. There is ample opportunity to advance your career in almost any direction whether it be further up the chain or even branch out into a parole officer.

I believe it also depends on your jail and the staffing levels. If they are short CX-2s (Unit Staff) they might come and tap on your shoulder quickly.

Attend your jail, be a good and solid officer, work hard and you will be fine.

Hope that helps.
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Re: Applying to Correctional Service Canada

Postby Z42A » Sun Jun 06, 2021 8:50 pm

Security Inelegancy Officer?

Baaahahahahaha!
Love it!
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Staff Training Officer (CX3)
CSC National Satellite Training Academy
Correctional Service of Canada | Government of Canada
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Postby ODIN » Mon Jun 07, 2021 9:56 am

Z42A wrote:
Sun Jun 06, 2021 8:50 pm
Security Inelegancy Officer?

Baaahahahahaha!
Love it!

I mean depending on what joint your at they are not wrong...LOL....ahh its the simple things that make my day.
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Re: Applying to Correctional Service Canada

Postby ODIN » Mon Jun 07, 2021 10:06 am

Bman86 wrote:
Sat Jun 05, 2021 3:27 pm
ygu31 wrote:
Sat Jun 05, 2021 11:32 am
Bman86 wrote:
Fri Jun 04, 2021 4:16 pm
Hey all, Im at the stage of having my TBS checked through (I know this because I messed some dates up and then told me to correct em.)

I just curious, assuming a candidate gets picked, graduates and puts a decent amount of time in to be no longer considered fresh. What avenues lay ahead for a career path within the institution? Whether it be specialised departments or a more administrative role.

As I said, just curious.

Thanks

It is always good to have a long term career plan, and that's why we have SDS staff in almost every institution to help CXs to achieve their career development goal. If you have a career goal to upper management positions, this is likely to be the path:
* Start as a CX-01 after completing CTP3,
* Apply a CX-02 position after you pass your probation (also need to pass a CX-02 written test and interview, you will need some study for CDs, CCRA, etc), but you could become an acting CX-02 even before you pass your probation, which is rare but I have seen that happened a few times. If you are interested for acting CX-02 position, my suggestion is to pass your probation first, then talk to your assigned CM, SDS CM and/or the CMs of the unit which you are interested, to ask for guidance.
* You can then choose to participate a competition a Correctional Manager (CX-04), which requires you to have a minimum of two years of CX experiences in the last five years. In reality, they prefer to see more than just two years of experiences before you apply. In most cases, they require you to have CX-02 experiences.
* After sufficient experiences from your operational role (CX), you can apply the Assistant Warden positions (AS-07 classification), such as AWO (Operation), AWI (Intervention), AWM (Management).
* the next rank is Deputy Warden (As-08)
* Warden (EX 01/02 classification) is also so called the institution head and command the whole institution.

There are also many Assistant Wardens, Deputy Wardens and Wardens have no CX background, instead, they have Probation officer experience, because offender rehabilitation is also a major duty in corrections. In short, to join the Senior management team, candidate need either CX experiences (security side) or Probation officer experiences (rehabilitation side).

Other than management role, you can also see many specialized positions which are open to CX-01 CX-02only or both CX-01 and CX-02:
* ERT: Emergency Response Team (similar to ICIT role in Ontario or CERU role in MB) requires candidate to have a minimum 1 year of experience.
* K9 handler: you will need some seniority to be considered.
* Crisis negotiator
*International / Inter-Regional Escorting team, they may be required to escort offender from/to Hong Kong, Japan, U.S, etc.
*SMO: security maintenance officer, performing maintenance duty such as Firearm, garrett wand etc)
*Security Inelegancy Officer
*CSC guard of honor: They honor those who deserve to be honored. You are suggested to have a valid travel document as CSC honor guards may be asked to attend honor guard duty in U.S
*oversea operations: e.g: CSC CXs trained Afghanistan National Correctional Service officers https://www.google.com/search?q=CSC+afg ... Z3aBU1RFnM
*and many other specialized post.
All the above info are open-to-all basis and can be found at CSC web sites (some are to be found at www.canada.ca) and there are way more info there which may inspire you for your future career development goal.

Working as a CSC CX is way beyond of just being a "guard", you will see many interesting positions/duties inside CSC.

There are also many CXs enjoy the front line duty and want to be a CX-01 or CX-02 until retirement (including myself). You will find your preference after you start. In my institution, around 1/4 to 1/3 CX-02 have experiences as an acting CX-04 and chose to not to extend their acting term. It is simply which role you like the most.

Hope the above info give you a general idea of potential career development inside CSC.
Cheers, that was a good wack of info. Appreciate it.

Thanks
Seeing as it looks like the entire structure has been written out I'll just add this. In order to be qualified to apply for many of these positions you do not need "time in" or seniority. You do have to be off probation. I'll use K9 and ERT for examples as they seem to be the units people have most interest in. I have seen 1 and 2yr members get into ERT and K9. Do I think its a good thing, no I do not. K9 and ERT both require extensive knowledge of law and policy. I would suggest that having line experience as a 1 and 2 also help provide a good base to work from going into these positions. Both of these are very sought after positions, I think CSC currently has around 7500-8000 uniformed Members and there are roughly 100 K9 teams and maybe 500-700 ERT members in the country.
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Re: Applying to Correctional Service Canada

Postby Truman » Mon Jun 07, 2021 10:11 am

Well ladies and gentlemen!

I received a conditional offer to Bowden Institute! (My first pick) I cannot be more excited!

Training is August 11th in Saskatoon! I had no idea they had a facility in Saskatoon and I was expecting to go to Kingston, but I love Saskatoon so that’s great, anybody heard anything about the Saskatoon training facility? Any pro tips for training?

So happy!


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