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Diversity career workshop

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Do you have a grade 12 diploma, G.E.D. certificate or equivalent?
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Do you identify as visible Minority (Other than Indigenous – non-white in colour/race regardless of place of birth. e.g. Chinese, Filipino, Black, Asian, Latin American, other, etc.)?
Do you require any accommodations to be able to participate in classroom lectures and presentations as well as physical hands-on activities?
Have you been involved in any criminal activity during the last two years including illegal drug use?
Are you interested in running or participating in training for the WPS-PAT (Physical Abilities Test)?
Do you give the Winnipeg Police Service consent to use your personal information collected in your application to conduct a pre-screen security clearance check?

As part of the Winnipeg Police Service’s policy and under the authority of the Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy Act (FIPPA), a Pre-screen Security clearance check is required on all applicants that may require access to any secure Winnipeg Police Service facility.

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Privacy statement

This collection of your personal information is authorized by section 36(1)(b) of The Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy Act. Your information will be used to respond to you and to assure service quality. It is protected by the Act’s privacy provisions and will not be used or disclosed for any other purpose, except as authorized by law. Contact the Corporate Access and Privacy Officer by mail (City Clerk’s Department, 510 Main Street, Winnipeg MB, R3B 1B9) or by telephone (311), if you have questions about the collection or use or your personal information.