Digital Disclosure Specialist

Treaty Three Police Services is looking to hire Full-Time, Permanent Digital Disclosure Specialists. The Digital Disclosure Specialists are responsible for the preservation, handling, redaction, and disclosure of records and digital evidence, including multimedia files, such as audio communications, videos and images, for the purposes of criminal investigations and court disclosure; administers the retention and destruction of records and evidence within the Digital Evidence Management System (DEMS).


Essential Duties/Responsibilities:
• Strong interpersonal skills, with a focus on listening, asking appropriate questions to determine and document client requirements.
• Provide technical expertise and support to client users by diagnosing and troubleshooting hardware, software, and network problems in relation to overall system performance, investigating problem areas.
• Manage and troubleshoot computer equipment, Local Area Network/Wireless Area Network (LAN/WAN).
• Thoroughly document, track, monitor incidents and problems.
• Must be willing to attend and participate in all required training programs as instructed;
• Maintain confidentiality;
• Scheduled rotation to include days, evenings and weekends;
• Other duties as assigned


• Ability to become proficient in police and justice information systems, such as the Digital Evidence Management System (DEMS), Records Management System (RMS), the Canadian Police Information Centre (CPIC) system, and SCOPE. Previous experience with the RMS, CPIC and /or DEMS is preferred.
• Knowledge of the judicial system and related processes including rules surrounding disclosure and purging policies and procedures; knowledge of the judicial system, court file handling, legal and court terminology and police related agencies.
• Demonstrated aptitude to comprehend and apply legislation, regulation, procedure; ability to reference the Records Retention Schedule and the Municipal Freedom of Information & Protection of Privacy Act and disclosure protocols.
• Exceptional resiliency skills; regularly watches and listens to digital evidence and will be exposed to sensitive or distressing information (e.g., watching police incidents that involve violence, language, people who are injured, etc.) as part of operational duties.
• High degree of attention to detail to identify errors or omissions under time constraints and ensure high-quality work; ability to review and ensure accuracy, completeness, and integrity of information within a variety of databases, reports, and systems.
• Excellent listening skills are required to hear all details when redacting audio communications; ability to retain and recall large amounts of technical information.


Entry Level Rate $30.03/hr, with potential for progression to $34.61/hr


Interested applicants must submit a cover letter, detailed resume, and a Treaty Three Police Service Consent to Disclose Form by Tuesday, October 3rd, 2023 @ 4:00 PM.
Please e-mail your complete package to using “JP016-2023” in your subject line to indicate the position that you are applying for.


Consent to Disclose Form: Consent to Disclose Form

Job Position: Digital Disclosure Specialist


The Treaty Three Police Service appreciates the interest of all applicants; however, only those who receive an interview will be contacted.

As an Indigenous employer we encourage First Nations, Inuit, and Metis applicants to apply.