BE THE DIFFERENCE
IN OUR COMMUNITY 

Serve with our passionate, innovative and inclusive team.

A DYNAMIC CAREER WITH PURPOSE

At the Saskatoon Police Service (SPS), we have the opportunity to Be The Difference in our community like no one else. 

That’s why we need more leaders to help us with…

Ensuring Community Saftey

We play a critical role to maintain safety and security for the people of Saskatoon

Changing & influencing lives

Each day, officers make a difference that can change a life for the better

Becoming community leaders

Individuals look to us for guidance and we can impact many by leading by example

What we do is so much more than a job, it’s an honour and privilege to serve.

—Constable Ruben Harms 

AND THERE’S MORE…

Officer on radio in car

Salary

$59,000/year and increase to $107,000/year in just 5 years

dentist showing xrays

Benefits

Health/dental/life insurance, pension, employee assistance program and more

Never the Same Day Twice

A variety of new challenges and opportunities daily

Scheduling 

Desirable 4 days on, 4 days off shifts

State-of-the-Art Training Facilities

Fitness centre, gym and firearms range

Career Advancement

54 exciting opportunities rolled into one career

An inclusive, progressive police service

Chief Troy Cooper
Diversity makes us stronger. Together, let’s create a workplace where everyone feels empowered to bring their full, authentic selves to work.
We want all service-oriented people to join our team, regardless of ethnicity, gender, or sexuality.

—Chief Troy Cooper

WHAT IT TAKES

The recruitment process has three phases.

01. TESTING
  • Written test (74 general knowledge questions called SIGMA)
  • Physical test (Police Officers Physical Abilities Test or POPAT) 
02. APPLICATION
  • Application form (Constable Information, Application and Personal Disclosure Form)

03. INTERVIEWS
  • Polygraph interview
  • Psychological interview

  • Panel interview
JOB OFFER
  • 20 weeks of paid Basic Training
  • Field training with an experienced officer
The best thing about the SPS are the people. Everyone I work with is committed to one another and offers something different that allows us all to learn from one another which helps us all better serve our community.
—Cst. Jamie Ong
As part of the Community Mobilization Unit, I’ve had the opportunity to establish meaningful connections with residents of Pleasant Hill. It is rewarding to host various events and charities, and be part of making this a safe and caring community.
—Cst. Garret Boehm
Every single day I’m excited to go to work, talk to people downtown, and meet new people. The SPS has been exceptional in training and equipping us to do the job and do it well.
—ARO Special Constable Micaiah Wiens

Ready to accept the challenge?
Talk to a recruiter.

Contact 

Recruiting Officer: Sgt. Frank Parenteau
Indigenous Recruiter: Cst. Pam Fouquette
Phone: 306-975-8282
Email: recruiting@police.saskatoon.sk.ca

Saskatoon Police Service
Human Resources
Box 1728
Saskatoon, Saskatchewan S7K 3R6

Sergeant Frank Parenteau 

Constable Pam Fouquette