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Constable Recruiting 2018-05-02T22:08:56+00:00

Constable Recruiting

The Delta Police Department is looking for applicants who have high ethical standards, personal integrity, strong interpersonal skills and a desire to “make a difference” in our great community. It’s not just a career, it’s a lifestyle.

With 202 sworn police officers, 65 civilian staff, and over 200 volunteers, we are tasked with keeping the residents of Delta safe. All our members are expected to uphold our core values of honour, integrity, courage, and trust.

Police Constables perform duties of considerable variety and responsibility involving public service, crime prevention, and the protection of life and property. We investigate crimes, assist the victims of crimes, and enforce the law. We’re looking for individuals who reflect the diversity of our city and have a passion to do policing.

As a member of the Delta Police Department you will be working with other dedicated officers who are passionate about their job, look out for one another, and share a common goal of making Delta the safest community in Canada.

We have an extensive and thorough selection process and we are seeking candidates that will be competitive at each step of the process and who possess the skills and demonstrated performance in the following areas:

  • Teamwork
  • Ability to learn
  • Problem Confrontation
  • Decision making
  • Critical Thinking
  • Integrity
  • Stress tolerance
  • Communication skills
  • Resilience

If you believe you are ready and are the right fit for the Delta Police Department, we welcome your application. If you have any questions about our process and your application, contact our Recruiting Section at recruitment@deltapolice.ca

If you are new to policing, it is important that you understand the selection process is strenuous and before applying you should be certain that you possess the personal characteristics and drive that it requires to be successful. Please familiarize yourself with the minimum requirements and selection process and be prepared to fully commit to the process before starting.