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A career as a Winnipeg Police Officer is a career unlike any other. Depending on the division an Officer is assigned to, or the call-for-service they receive, each will come with their own unique challenges and experiences. As no one day is the same, this holds true for their duties and responsibilities. An Officer may find him or herself responding to a Traffic complaint, investigating a criminal offence, collecting evidence, arresting a suspect, testifying in court or educating a member of the community on personal safety.

As these duties include daily interactions with members of the public excellent interpersonal, social perceptiveness and listening skills are critical in analyzing a situation and determining the appropriate action to take. Proficient organization skills, being physically fit and having the ability to work within a team setting are necessary attributes to be successful.

Do you want an opportunity to carry on the tradition of excellence and commitment to community service of the Winnipeg Police Service?

ARE YOU:

  • HONEST AND TRUSTWORTHY?
  • OF HIGH MORAL CHARACTER?
  • A TEAM PLAYER WITH EXCEPTIONAL COMMUNICATION SKILLS?
  • PHYSICALLY FIT AND RESPONSIBLE?
  • SOMEONE WHO ENJOYS WORKING IN A DYNAMIC ENVIRONMENT?

If so, consider a challenging and rewarding career as a Police Constable with the Winnipeg Police Service.

PLEASE NOTE: Applications for the positions of Constable and Auxiliary Force Cadet are accepted at the Winnipeg Police Headquarters, 245 Smith Street (enter at Smith & Graham doors). Applications are accepted Monday to Friday, 8:00 a.m. - 3:00 p.m. (when there is an open application process). Applicants please take a number prior to taking a seat and wait for your number to be called to speak to a representative and submit your application and documents.

PLEASE NOTE - IF YOUR EDUCATION WAS ATTAINED OUTSIDE OF CANADA, YOU ARE REQUIRED TO OBTAIN AN ACADEMIC CREDENTIALS ASSESSMENT TO APPLY FOR ANY POSITION WITHIN THE WINNIPEG POLICE SERVICE. THIS REPORT CAN TAKE SOME TIME TO ACQUIRE. PLEASE REFER TO OUR WEBSITE UNDER MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS FOR THE LINK TO A RECOGNIZED CANADIAN ASSESSMENT SERVICE. ONLY A BASIC/GENERAL REPORT IS REQUIRED TO APPLY AND YOU WILL NOT BE PERMITTED TO APPLY WITHOUT ONE.

 

2017 01 06 - AUXILIARY FORCE CADET - APPLICATIONS - CADET CLASS #14

 

APPLICATIONS ACCEPTED FROM 8:00 A.M. TO 3:00 P.M. MONDAY TO FRIDAY

(Closed on Statutory Holiday)

The Winnipeg Police Service is currently accepting applications in person for the position of Auxiliary Force Cadet. The tentative start date for Recruit Class #14 has not been determined. 

Further information on the application process can be obtained by clicking on Auxiliary Force Cadet and then Selection Process. For items required to apply, please refer to the Checklist for Applicants under Downloadable Forms on the left side.

OUT OF TOWN APPLICANTS - (Applicants who reside more than 400 kilometers from the City of Winnipeg). Please be aware that your complete application must be received in our office by the cut off date - or your application will not be considered for this class.  Please send directly to - Winnipeg Police Headquarters, Attention:  Recruiting, 245 Smith Street, Winnipeg, MB, R3C 0R6, IF SENDING BY COURIER OR ANY EXPRESS MAIL SERVICE.

 

2016 12 02 - CONSTABLE APPLICATIONS - CLOSED

 

Applications for Recruit Class #161 and #161-L are now closed.  The Winnipeg Police Service is not accepting applications for the position of Police Constable at the present time.  Please check the website periodically for information on the next Recruit Class application intake.

 

Last Update: June 3, 2016

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