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ST. THOMAS POLICE HIRING A CADET
2/7/2018 10:13:10 AM


St. Thomas Police are hiring a police cadet.
   
The cadet program is an entry-level position for Police Constable. It's designed to develop civilian members for future positions as sworn police officers.

Some of the duties with the full-time job may include; fingerprinting, relief dispatch and communication duties, witnessing statements for criminal investigations and contacting victims of crime for follow up information.

When a vacancy is available in the uniform division, a cadet is selected to attend the Ontario Police College to complete the Basic Constable Training program. Upon successful completion of this training, the cadet returns to our Service to be sworn in as a Police Constable.

Applications are due by Monday, February 26th at 7am.
    
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REQUIREMENTS:
   
Applicants must have a minimum of four (4) years of secondary school education or its equivalent recognized by the Ministry of Education for the Province of Ontario. Applicants must meet the requirements as outlined in the Police Services Act for a Police Constable and provide proof of a valid Standard First Aid and C.P.R. certificate as well as a valid Ontario Driver's license.
    
Candidates must possess a valid Certificate of Results for a Police Constable from Applicant Testing Services. Applicant Testing Services Inc. can be contacted at 1-800-429-7728 or (519) 659-8686 for information regarding the necessary testing and associated fees.
   
A cover letter and resume including your valid O.A.C.P. Certifacte of Results must be received by The St. Thomas Police Service by Monday, February 26, 2018 by 7:00 a.m. either by email to lcoates@stps.on.ca (an email reply acknowledging receipt will be sent) or by mail delivery to:
   
St. Thomas Police Service
Constable Colin McGregor Building
45 Caso Crossing
St. Thomas, Ontario N5R 0G7
    
Any previous applicants must re-apply by submitting an updated resume and Certificate of Results for consideration in this selection process.
    
   

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