Working in a Correctional Facility
There are a variety of Custody Service Employee (CSE) positions in Saskatchewan corrections. Correctional Officers, Facility Youth Workers, Parental Care Workers and Mental Health Correctional Officers are all CSEs.
Working in Community Corrections
Probation Officers and Community Youth Workers provide supervision and rehabilitation services for adults and youth, ensure that effective policing programs uphold the rule of law and protect society and the rights of citizens.
Application and Selection Process
Learn more about the application and selection process to become a custody service employee or a community corrections employee.
Corrections Code of Professional Conduct
Learn more about the expectations for an employee's conduct, both in the workplace and in their private life.
Corrections Officer Physical Abilities Test (COPAT)
Learn more about the various stations and qualifications of the COPAT which is required to become a custody service employee.
Community Corrections Core Training (C3T)
Learn more about the core training for newly recruited probation officers and community youth workers.
Induction Training Program (ITP)
Learn more about the 11-week ITP for recruits who have applied to work in a correctional facility.
Correctional Facilities and Community Corrections Offices
Find locations of correctional facilities and community corrections offices throughout Saskatchewan.
Teachers in Correctional Facilities
If you are a registered teacher looking for an exciting and rewarding teaching career that is making a difference, you can learn more about teaching in adult and youth custody facilities.
Health Workers in Correctional Facilities
If you are an Registered Nurse, Registered Psychiatric Nurse or a Licensed Practical Nurse, you can learn more about nursing in adult and youth custody facilities.
Wages and Benefits
Learn about salaries, benefits and hours of work.