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Apply to Become a Nunavik Police Service Constable

There is no deadline to apply. The NPS accepts applications at all times. Depending on your situation, click on the drop-down menu below to find out how to apply.

Applicants who do not hold a Police Academy diploma

The Nunavik Police Service accepts applications from individuals who do not have a diploma from the École nationale de police du Québec (Quebec police academy, ENPQ) or any other recognized Canadian police academy.

Applicants must meet the following minimum requirements:

  • Be at least 18 years of age;
  • Be a Canadian citizen;
  • Be of good moral character;
  • Not have been found guilty, in any place, of an act or omission defined in the Criminal Code as an offence, or of an offence referred to in section 183 of that Code under one of the Acts listed therein;
  • Possess a valid driver’s licence;
  • Be fluent in both written and spoken English. Knowledge of French is considered an asset.
  • Be physically and mentally able to perform the duties of a police constable;

Post-secondary education will be considered an asset.

To meet the Quebec Police Act’s equivalence standards, the Nunavik Police Service will send recruits to the RCMP’s Depot police academy in Regina. Applicants must be willing to attend and pass the 26-week basic training program before starting their assignment with the Nunavik Police Service.

The Nunavik Police Service will pay the recruit’s tuition fees and will provide a $673.75 weekly salary during training. In exchange, applicants must be willing to sign an agreement to stay in the employ of the NPS for five years.

Required documents (Must be in PDF format)

  • Job application form;
  • Birth certificate or citizenship certificate (for people born outside Canada);
  • Valid driver’s licence (both sides);
  • Information relating to your driving record. You can obtain this information by contacting a service point of the Société de l’assurance automobile du Québec (SAAQ) or from the motor vehicle office of your province of residence;
  • Diploma(s) of studies and transcript(s): college, university and comparative evaluation for studies done outside Québec issued by the Ministère de l’Immigration, de la Francisation et de l’Intégration (if applicable);

Applicants who hold a Quebec Police Academy (ENPQ) diploma or in the process of obtaining one

You may apply if you have a diploma of basic training in police patrolling from the École nationale de police du Quebec (police academy, ÉNPQ) or if you are in the process of obtaining one.

Required documents (Must be in PDF format)

  • Job application form;
  • Birth certificate or citizenship certificate (for people born outside Canada);
  • Valid driver’s licence (both sides);
  • Information relating to your driving record. You can obtain this information by contacting a service point of the Société de l’assurance automobile du Québec (SAAQ) or from the motor vehicle office of your province of residence;
  • Diploma(s) of studies and transcript(s): college, university and comparative evaluation for studies done outside Québec issued by the Ministère de l’Immigration, de la Francisation et de l’Intégration (if applicable);
  • ENPQ diploma and transcript or ENPQ equivalency certificate for police officers from other Canadian provinces;
  • ENPQ Fiche d’appréciation comportementale (FAC);
  • M-Pulse test results;
    • Note: We do not accept password-protected files (even if you provide the password). Ensure that the file is unprotected.
  • Physical aptitude test (TAP) passed in the past 12 months;

Documents to download

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Contact information

We ask that you send us your documents by email to the following address: HR@nunavikpolice.ca. You may need to do this in two emails, depending on the size of your attachments. Please identify your documents and emails carefully.

To expedite the selection process, we ask that you:

  • Submit all required documents;
  • Inform us of any missing documents;

Once all the documentation required for your application has been received, a human resources advisor will contact you for the next steps.

Frequently asked questions

We invite you to visit the FAQ section of our website, which contains most of the answers you are looking for. If you have any other questions, please contact the Human Resources department by email at the following address HR@nunavikpolice.ca.

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