RNC Recruitment Information Sessions
October 15, 2014
Notice of RNC Recruitment Information Sessions
The RNC is Newfoundland and Labrador’s provincial police service and has the deepest roots of any police force in Canada and possibly North America, with a policing lineage dating back to 1729. The RNC has approximately 420 police officers and 125 civilian employees dedicated to safer communities through policing excellence.
The RNC is currently conducting its recruitment drive for the 2015/2016 class. During the recruitment phase we offer a number of Information Sessions throughout the Province.
The Police Studies Diploma Program enables us to have an integral role in the selection process and enables our cadets to train at home. Each year we strive to reach a broader audience and in doing so we hope to enlarge our candidates’ pool to ensure we have the best representation of the Province we serve. There are a number of stages that a candidate must successfully complete in order to move forward in the process. The information regarding each of these stages can be found on our website www.rnc.gov.nl.ca/recruiting.
In an attempt to answer any questions a candidate may have, we offer information sessions complete with a power point and a period for general discussion throughout the Province. Our last session for this year will take place on October 20, 2014. We encourage anyone who may have considered policing as a career choice, or those who have not chosen a career path and would be interested in hearing what the RNC has to offer, plan on attending our information session.
During the last 10 years we have, in partnership with Memorial University trained our Police Cadets here in St. John’s through the Police Studies Diploma Program and successfully graduated 223 new police officers.
We have stringent standards and the competition is fierce however it is attainable for those who desire a career in policing.
We invite you to join us at:
St. John’s – October 20, 2014, RM IIC 2001 Brunneau Centre at MUN
We are offering a “Female Only” Session at 7:00 p.m.-8:00 p.m.
General Session at 8:30 p.m.-9:30 p.m