Fredericton / Police force

Careers and Volunteering


Interested in possible career opportunities with the Fredericton Police Force?

Current opportunities are listed here.

Contact Deputy Chief Martin Gaudet at 506-460-2421.


The Fredericton Police Force Auxiliary Program was launched in 1984 with just nine members. The program has grown steadily over the years, drawing members from all walks of life, and with one thing in common – their willingness to provide an invaluable volunteer service to their community.

Auxiliary members can be seen performing duties such as initial and emergency response to calls with regular members, traffic and crowd control, crime scene security, marine patrol and community policing initiatives.

Auxiliary Constables are sworn in as Peace Officers pursuant to the NB Police Act and have the powers and authority of a peace officer but only when accompanied by and under the supervision of a regular police officer.

Auxiliary Officers wear a regular police uniform and are identified by Red Auxiliary Police Patches and badges. Auxiliary Officers do not carry firearms.

For more information on the Auxiliary Program, please contact Sgt. Justin LeBlanc at 460-2300, or via email.

Victim and Witness Support

This is a special unit established to address the needs of victims and witnesses of crime and to ensure their right to information, as well as fair and sensitive treatment. About 20 active volunteers are on staff at any one time. Volunteers are involved in providing such assistance as on-scene crisis intervention, responding to incoming inquiries, assisting with training and mentoring new volunteers, and participation in social events, activities, and community awareness.

For more information on Victim and Witness Support, download the file from “Related Documents”, to the right.

Crossing Guard Program

The crossing guard program is intended to keep students safe as they walk to and from school, with a special focus on elementary school students. Crossing guards are hired by the Police Force, and are paid an hourly wage to work three hours a day.

For more information on the Fredericton Crossing Guard Program, download the file from “Related Documents”, to the right.