Salary & benefits
Nunavik Police Service members receive a competitive salary and interesting benefits as part of their employment.
The following table represents the Nunavik Police Service’s salary structure as of January 2022:
|Six (6) months and less||$54,122|
|More than six (6) months||$58,839|
|More than twelve (12) months||$70,141|
|More than twenty-four (24) months||$81,670|
|More than thirty-six (36) months||$89,358|
|More than forty-eight (48) months||$96,083|
New employees are integrated into the salary scale considering the number of years they have worked as a police officer within a recognized police organization.
- $8,500 to $20,861 paid as a cost-of-living allowance, depending on the assigned village and the number of dependents;
- Food allowance;
- An annual bank of 500 hours (approximately 12 weeks) that can be used as paid leave:
- 160 hours of vacation
- 120 hours of paid leave in lieu of statutory holidays
- 96 hours of sick leave
- A maximum of 124 hours of banked overtime
- 3 paid return flights to the point of origin (Montreal, Ottawa, Quebec City, or Iqaluit) per year;
- 6% employer RRSP contribution;
- Group Insurance;
- A furnished apartment;
- Financial incentive applicable to new graduates of the ENPQ: the NPS will reimburse tuition fees paid to the ENPQ to a police officer whom a police organization has not previously employed if the NPS has employed her/him for three calendar years;
- Constables working in Nunavik may also benefit from tax deductions.