To be considered for a position, you must have gained experience or training in the areas of law enforcement, commercial vehicle mechanics or commercial transportation.
This could be obtained through completion of a law enforcement diploma, training and experience in commercial vehicle mechanics, extensive experience operating and maintaining commercial vehicles, or any combination of the three.
Knowledge of investigation and legal/court processes, procedures related to commercial vehicle transportation, and a Class 1 driver’s license are all considered assets.
If your qualifications advance you to the next stage of the application process, you will need to successfully complete a suitability assessment that consists of problem-solving and temperament questionnaires, a medical and a physical assessment.
The final stage of the application process consists of an in-person interview, reference checks and a criminal record check. After you successfully complete this stage of the application process you may be selected to become a Commercial Vehicle Enforcement Officer.