Now Accepting Applications From Experienced Police Officers

NOW ACCEPTING APPLICATIONS FROM EXPERIENCED POLICE OFFICERS

Experienced Applicants

Experienced Applicants must:

  • Have a minimum of 2 years of policing experience.
  • Be good standing with a police service whose training meets the standards of Blood Tribe Police Service.

  • Meet all minimum requirements:

    • Grade 12 diploma or equivalent.
    • Canadian citizen, landed immigrant status or permanent resident status.
    • At least 18 years of age.
    • Class 5 Driver's license (non GDL) with no more than five demerit points.
    • Meet medical/health and fitness standards.
    • No unpardoned criminal convictions.
    • No criminal charges pending before the courts.
    • No criminal activity within the last three years both detected and undetected.
    • Good financial credit standing.
    • Standard first aid & CPR "C" certificate

    Experienced Applicants process:

    • Complete and submit a complete application and personal disclosure form, along with required attachments (as per the cover page of application)
    • One on One Screening Interview
    • Behavioural Descriptive Panel Interview
    • Polygraph Exam
    • Psychological Exam
    • Security Clearance Background Investigation
    • Selection Committee
    • Final Medical Exam
    Please note that Experienced Applicants are exempt from some parts of the New Recruit Process, such as written and physical testing.

    If you have questions about the process or requirements for Experience Applicants, please contact:

    A/Inspector Farica Syrette

    i/c Administrative Support Services

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Monthly Traffic Safety Message


Traffic Safety Month August

INTERSECTION SAFETY
NOT ALL INTERSECTIONS ARE ALIKE. LEARN ABOUT THE DIFFERENCE TYPES OF INTERSECTIONS AND HOW TO DRIVE ACCORDINGLY.

Railway Crossings

The most common improper driver action around railway crossings is disobeying traffic signs and signals.

What can you do to drive safer?