Regina Police Recruiting!

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Regina Police Recruiting!

The Regina Police Service is committed to increasing diversity within its ranks, by increasing the number of diverse employees within the police service to be more reflective of the community to which it provides policing service.

As an Employment Equity employer, the Regina Police Service is committed to increasing the number of employees representing diversity - particularly Aboriginal people, women, individuals with disabllities and visable minorities.  The Police Force also employs civilian workers in 130 different positions.

A mentorship program has been established with the mandate of increasing the existing number of diverse employees, both sworn and civilian, within the Regina Police Service.

This program provides the candidates with opportunities such as: working in the Community Service Centers, attending community meetings, participating in community and law enforcement projects, firearms and fitness training, and job shadowing. It also benefits candidates by providing them with insight into a career in policing and the Regina Police Service as a prospective employer.

The visibility of this program demonstrates the Regina Police Service’s commitment to be more reflective of community diversity.

For further informationcontact Human Resources at 777-6630


Information sessions are being held to inform and recruit new police officers, as well as civilian workers.

 The next session is: October 27, 2015 - at 6:30 pm.

                               Bruton Harwood Room, Police Headquarters 

                               1717 Osler Street, Regina


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Click for information on civilian positions