After selection for Police Academy training, the applicant is sworn in by a Judge, Justice of the Peace, or the Chief Constable as a Probationary Municipal Constable.
To become a Certified Municipal Constable, the Probationary Constable must take intensive training at the Justice Institute of British Columbia Police Academy and successfully complete an 18 month evaluation with their police department.
Police recruit training is broken down into a three block process and includes Investigation and Patrol, Legal Studies, Traffic Studies, Social Sciences, and an extensive Physical Skills Training Program. The Recruit training is conducted at the Justice Institute of British Columbia Police Academy, located at 715 McBride Boulevard, New Westminster, BC.
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