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Officer Recruiting

Recruit GradPre-Requisites:

  • Minimum 18 years of age
  • Must possess a high school diploma or equivalency
  • Must possess a valid Class ‘G’ driver’s license
  • No Criminal Record for which a records suspension (pardon) has not been received or an absolute/conditional discharge that has not been sealed
  • Pass credit, background and investigation checks
  • Must be of good moral character
  • Conversant in Ojibway will be an asset
  • Be a Canadian citizen or permanent resident
  • Preference will be given to Treaty #3 members
  • Knowledge and understanding of community languages, culture and traditions, with a high sensitivity to aboriginal issues.

Applicants are required to first complete a Treaty Three Police new recruit application form which must include, but is not limited to the following supporting documents:

  • Authorization for Release of Information
  • Consent to Reference Check
  • Completed credit check/credit report
  • Cover Letter and Resume
  • Copy of High School Diploma/GED
  • Copy of Driver’s License and Birth Certificate
  • Copy of current Standard First-Aid and C.P.R (level ‘C’)

Applicants applying for New Recruit or Experienced Officer positions will undergo a competitive process consisting of:

  • Application Package
  • Pre-screening
  • Behavioural/Situation Interview
  • Background investigation
  • Hearing and Vision Testing
  • Physical Testing
  • Psychological testing
  • Final Review

Constable Position

Once a Probationary Constable Position is offered the recruit will be required to attend a 2 week pre Aylmer training conducted in partnership with the Ontario Provincial Police, in Orillia, Ontario and the Provincial Police Academy. This pre training is to assist in preparing the recruit for what they will be doing in the Basic Constable Training  Program.

Following this the recruit will attend a 12 week training program at the Ontario Police College in Aylmer, Ontario. The Candidate is required to successfully complete the training program with a grade average of at least 75% to obtain their Basic Constable Diploma.

At the conclusion of the BCT Program there is an additional 5 weeks post Aylmer Training conducted in partnership with the Ontario Provincial Police, in Orillia, Ontario and the Provincial Police Academy. This is to provide further training in; Radio communications, Special Weapons training, Computer Systems Training and Scenario Bases Training. At the conclusion of this recruits are then assigned a Coach Officer for an additional six to ten months of field training held in their assigned duty locations.