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Renseignements en Français

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Recruit Training

Tentative Recruit Class Intake Dates:

Recruit Class #88: Jan. 8, 2024 to May 31, 2024 | Deadline for Applicant Names/Paperwork: Nov. 24, 2023

Recruit Class #89: July 22, 2024 to Dec. 13, 2024 | Deadline for Applicant Names/Paperwork: May 31, 2024

Recruit Class #90: Jan. 6, 2025 to May 30, 2025 | Deadline for Applicant Names/Paperwork: Nov. 29, 2024

Agencies are required to fill in the four forms below for each recruit:

The Saskatchewan Police College trains recruits who have been hired and sworn in by a Saskatchewan municipal police service or another approved law enforcement agency. The municipal police services hiring procedures are in compliance with The Municipal Police Recruiting Regulations, 1991.

The recruit attends the Saskatchewan Police College for the 20-week recruit training program. This program is designed to help the candidate develop the knowledge, skills and abilities required for successful performance of general policing duties.

If you are interested in becoming a police officer in Saskatchewan, please follow the links for the municipal police services in the province: