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Standards

Vision Standards

Please have the Ophthalmologist or Optometrist of your choice complete the vision form.

Completed forms that meet the vision standards must be submitted to the Winnipeg Police Service at the time of application or your application will not be accepted.

This form is valid for a six-month period from the test date. If applicable, here is a link to the original Eye Surgery Form.

Please note: The Winnipeg Police Service is not responsible for any costs incurred for the vision tests and completion of subsequent forms.

Uncorrected Vision:

  • 20/20 Vision both eyes.

Corrective Lenses Needed:

  • With corrective lenses at least 20/20 with both eyes.
  • Without corrective lenses at least 20/40 both eyes with one eye no worse than 20/80.

Colour Vision:

  • Colour vision should be normal.

Peripheral Vision:

  • 150 continuous degrees along the horizontal meridian and 20 degrees above and below the fixation point with both eyes.

Corrective Surgery:

  • No significant difficulty with glare or night vision.
  • No significant diurnal instability in visual testing or function.
  • Additional medical information is required for applicants who have had surgery and have completed a Minimum waiting period of six months post-op.

Hearing Standard

A Hearing Test is not required to apply. Those successful in reaching the psychological and medical phase of the process will be assessed by the Occupational Health Branch.
Hearing Standard - Hearing loss in both ears to be no greater than:


Frequency

500 Hz

1000 Hz

2000 Hz

3000 Hz

Each Ear

25 dB

25 dB

25 dB

25 dB


Additional information regarding the hearing standard can be obtained by contacting the Occupational Health Branch at 204-986-5218 

  • Pure tone hearing loss no greater than 25 dB in both ears in the 500, 1000, 2000, 3000 Hz range. 
  • No single frequency shall exceed 35 dB in the 500- 3000 Hz range.
  • The 4000 Hz shall not exceed 45 dB.
  • Complete In-Canal hearing aides are allowed.

If you have any questions, please contact the City of Winnipeg Occupational Health Branch at 204-986-5218.

Last Update: August 3, 2017

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