Please note that at the LFA stage you will be required to provide validation that you meet the Provincial  Vision and Hearing Standards. The Waterloo Regional Police Service is committed to strengthening public safety by working in partnership with the community in crime prevention. Check our Current Openings page for employment opportunities. Some of the subjects and activities covered in the training program include federal and provincial statutes, firearms, defense tactics, fire safety, cross-cultural training, police procedures, and crisis intervention. Criminal Record and Judicial Matters Check. Current Regional Volunteers' log in. This enables police services to continually improve their capability to deliver service that is effective and responsive to the needs of the community.

The interview you will go through is a Waterloo Regional Police Service structured behavioural interview.

Potential volunteers must obtain a Police Check and complete a Volunteer Registration Form. For updated information and crime prevention tips, visit our Website or follow us on Twitter, Facebook, Instagram, YouTube and LinkedIn, © 2017 Waterloo Regional Police Service, 200 Maple Grove Road, P.O. The social media campaign will be featured on Twitter, Facebook, and Instagram. If you have 'Findings of Guilt' which have resulted in absolute or conditional discharges, the records must be 'sealed' by the RCMP. Are you interested in speaking with a recruiter or learning more about Policing opportunities?

applicants who have a desire for lifelong learning. It appears you are trying to access this site using an outdated browser. Cst. Applications are submitted online on our Current Job Opportunities page. It appears you are trying to access this site using an outdated browser. Once you have been appointed to the rank of constable, you will progress through four classifications, from fourth class constable to first class constable. This training program is designed to provide you with an understanding of the policing role in society, give you a sound knowledge of the law and procedures, and develop your skills to deal with various situations. 2) ATS-OACP Certificate of Results –  An ATS issued Certificate of Results that has been valid in the previous 365 days at the time of application will be considered a valid certificate and you can proceed to the application stage.

Your initial employment will include a period of probation. In addition, we provide additional training before and after the training program at OPC. Is the Waterloo Regional Police hiring Police Officers? Any additional documents you would like to include can be brought in during the LFA. We offer recruiting information sessions for members of the public who are interested in a police constable position with the Waterloo Regional Police Service. Police work requires that a constable be able to build relationships in the community, showing sensitivity to and concern for the needs of people from all races, cultures and backgrounds.The Police Services Act describes four key areas of responsibility for a police constable: preventing crimes and providing assistance to others in their prevention; apprehending and charging offenders and executing warrants. How can I get in contact with a recruiter? A police constable must work shifts, including evenings, nights and weekends, at all times of the year. If you have any criminal convictions under a federal statute, you must obtain a pardon. Those less than 18 years old do not require a Police Check. Once you have successfully proceeded through the selection process, you will undergo an intensive standardized training program at the Ontario Police College (OPC) in Aylmer.

The interview will ask about your policing knowledge, your commitment to the community, your learning and how you help others. Dear Block Parents and Volunteers of the Block Parent Program.

The Waterloo Regional Police Service is actively recruiting for police constables. Police services are therefore looking for people from all backgrounds and walks of life, including people of various races, cultures, and religions. Jodi Isaacksz 519-650-8500 ext. 8188publicinfo@wrps.on.ca. Check our event calendar to find out about upcoming sessions. All three items are completed in a single appointment. If you require accommodation in completing the application process, or with any portion of the application process or interview, please email us at HumanResources@wrps.on.ca.