VicPD searching for more reserve constables

Last year, VicPD’s reserve constables contributed more than 6,350 hours of volunteer tim

  • Oct. 2, 2014 11:00 a.m.

The Victoria Police Department is recruiting a new class of reserve constables.

Reserve constables carry out a number of duties including community event and crime prevention programs.

Last year, VicPD’s reserve constables contributed more than 6,350 hours of volunteer time in Victoria and Esquimalt.

“The VicPD Reserve Constable program has a strong history in our community and we’re now looking for the next generation of dedicated, passionate individuals to join the VicPD family,” said Const. Sean Millard, reserve constable program.

Reserve constable applicants undergo an intense hiring and screening process before beginning the 80-hour training. Training includes legal studies, police operations and physical training.

For more information on the program, please contact  Const. Millard by email sean.millard@vicpd.ca.

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