Commanding Officer Traffic Division Salary in British Columbia, Canada
The average pay for a Commanding Officer Traffic Division is $79,055 a year and $38 an hour in British Columbia, Canada.
The average salary range for a Commanding Officer Traffic Division is between $55,894 and $97,956.
This compensation analysis is based on salary survey data collected directly from employers and anonymous employees in British Columbia, Canada.
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Directs and coordinates activities of members of motorized (motorcycle and squad car) highway patrol who enforce state and municipal traffic laws and ordinances: prepares reports on traffic conditions in patrol areas and recommends changes in traffic-control techniques and regulations to improve conditions.
Directs members in safe use and care of motorcycles or cars, and assigns personnel to patrol areas.
Evaluates work performance and disciplines immediate subordinates, and reviews evaluation of members of highway patrol unit for infraction of policy or procedures.
May review changes in policy or law related to division activities to determine required revisions in operating procedures, and implements revisions.
May prepare, or assign subordinate to prepare, revision of patrol training manual.
May be designated according to rank as motorized-squad captain; motorized-squad lieutenant; motorized-squad sergeant.
In some municipalities, may coordinate activities of all personnel engaged in enforcing traffic laws, directing traffic, and investigating accidents and be designated commanding officer, traffic division.
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