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Out of Town Applicants - Lateral Entry

OUT OF TOWN APPLICANT - Is an applicant who resides more than 400 kilometers from the City of Winnipeg. The Winnipeg Police Service realizes that their Out of Town Applicants must make additional arrangements to participate in their selection process.

*Please note that the selection process is currently being revised. Updates coming soon.

Travel/Relocation

The selection process for Out of Town applicants will require that they travel to Winnipeg on several occasions.  All travel and relocation costs will be the responsibility of the applicant.

Trip 1:  Panel Interview, Background Interview, WPS Physical Abilities Test

Trip 2:  Psychological & Medical Testing

APPLY ONLINE at  www.winnipeg.ca/hr.

IMPORTANT:  All fees incurred throughout the process are the responsibility of the applicant.

IMPORTANT:  Applicants subject to Security/Criminal Records check.

*Applications submitted without REQUIRED documentation will not be considered.*

If you do NOT have access to a computer/email, please apply, including all documentation listed above, to: Winnipeg Police Service Headquarters - 245 Smith Street, Winnipeg, MB by 3:00 p.m., Monday to Friday.

Last Update: January 30, 2019

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All Qualified Individuals Are Encouraged To Apply.


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