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Written Mental Abilities Test (SIGMA)

Description: 74-question general knowledge test. Successful applicants will complete the test within 35 minutes with a passing grade of 57% or higher.

Required for: All police officer applicants

Next testing date:

June 8th, 2022

Saskatoon Police Service Headquarters

76-25th Street East

Saskatoon, SK

Future testing dates:

  • July 27th, 2022
  • August 17th, 2022
  • September 28th, 2022

How to prepare: Practice tests are available here

Physical Test (Police Officers Physical Abilities Test or POPAT) 

Description: Physical speed, strength and endurance course. Must complete the course in 4 minutes and 45 seconds to pass.

Successful completion of the written entrance exam, a $60 fee, one piece of photo identification, and both POPAT forms from your application package are required to take the test.  The medical opinion/clearance form must be completed by a doctor.

Required for: All police officer applications (excluding Communications Special Constable)

Next testing dates:

June 9th, 2022

University of Saskatchewan

College of Kinesiology PAC

87 Campus Drive

Saskatoon, SK


Future Dates:

  • July 28th, 2022
  • August 18th, 2022
  • September 29th, 2022

How to prepare: 

  • Practice running 6 months prior to the test
  • Ensure you can run 5 to 8 kms in a continuous run lasting 30-45 minutes
  • Practice muscular strength and endurance training
  • Core strength exercises including push ups, squats, lunges, and plyometric training
  • Weight training working all major upper and lower body muscle groups

What you’ll need:

  • Successful completion of the written entrance exam
  • A $60 fee
  • One piece of photo identification
  • Both POPAT forms from your application package are required to take the test.
  • Medical opinion/clearance form must be completed by a doctor

Documents you’ll need to take the POPAT:

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The Human Performance Centre at the University of Saskatchewan offers a POPAT preparation course. For details contact Jason Weber at 306-966-1006 or e-mail him at

Thanks to the Saskatoon Industry Education Council for their Spotlight on Law Enforcement. Find out more information on the SIEC here.

SIGMA/POPAT Registration Form