Kennebecasis Regional Police Force
KRPF is currently operating with 43 sworn officer positions and 7 civilian staff.
- Constable Application Process (Link below).
- Values-based Written Assignment
- Background and Security Clearance
- Integrity / Suitability Interview
- Panel Interview
- Psychological Assessment
- Structured Reference Checks
- Education & Experience: Must be a successful graduate of recognized police training academy. Further consideration will be given to post-secondary education above and beyond the required police training. Previous policing experience is desirable but not required.
- Past Performance:Includes volunteer work, previous employment experience, professional recommendations, and performance evaluations from previous employers (police or non-police).
- Requirements:Candidates must successfully complete all stages of the staffing process. They must be security cleared and meet the requirements for appointment as a police officer in accordance with the New Brunswick Police Act, Regulation 91-498; provide proof of successful completion of the Physical Abilities Requirement Evaluation (PARE); meet the requirements of psychological testing; and participate in a competency-based panel interview.
- Ethical Standards:Candidate must meet high ethical standards both on duty and off duty. Background checks and integrity interviews will be completed.
DEADLINE FOR SUBMISSION
Police Constable (Full-time and Term Positions available)
December 31st, 2022 or until positions are filled
Successful KRPF applicants are highly motivated, positive individuals who thrive in a challenging team-based environment. They have a positive work history, are professional, and strive for excellence in policing. They demonstrate commitment to community through engagement, partnership, innovation, and leadership. They share our core values of: honesty; integrity; accountability; compassion, respect; professionalism and the pursuit of excellence.
The minimum requirements to become a Sworn Police Officer, as outlined in the New Brunswick Police Act:
- Minimum 19 years of age
- Canadian citizen or permanent resident of Canada
- One of the following three options
- Graduate of the Atlantic Police Academy Police Science Program
- Graduate of a comparable training course offered at a police training institute approved by the Minister of Public Safety*
- Have served a minimum of three years of satisfactory full-time service as a member of any police force in Canada
- Not having been convicted of an offence under the Criminal Code of Canada, Controlled Drugs and Substances Act or Food & Drug Act for which you have not received a pardon.
- Be of good character and habits
- Possess a valid unrestricted driver’s license
- Must be medically fit to police force standards
- Must be able to pass the Physical Abilities Requirement Evaluation (PARE) test to police standards
* The following Police Training Academies are currently recognized by the Minister of Justice and Public Safety:
- Atlantic Police Academy
- British Columbia Justice Institute
- RCMP Training Academy
- Canadian Forces Military Police Academy
- L’Ecole nationale de police du Quebec
- Ontario Police College
NOTE: Community college and other college courses that include studies in law and security administration do not meet the level of training as defined under the NB Police Act
For Term or Casual positions, you will find additional information and all application instructions in the Term/Casual Constable Application Package