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Patrol Officers


Currently Accepting Applications

From saving a life to helping a person make better choices, choosing a career as a police officer is a unique opportunity to be the difference in a person’s life every day.

As a police officer, you must evaluate often chaotic situations, in as calming manner as possible. You must be prepared for the unexpected and rely on your training when the adrenaline starts to flow. You must understand several pieces of legislation including the Criminal Code and the Traffic Safety Act, as well as have knowledge of our own departmental policies and procedures. 

Salary: ~$60,020 and increasing to ~$109,127 in five years


  • Must be 18 or older
  • Grade 12 graduation or equivalent. Applicants with a General Equivalency Diploma (GED) for Grade 12 must also have a complete Grade 10 standing. If education is attained outside of Canada, the onus is on the applicant to prove his/her education is equivalent to Saskatchewan Grade 12 standards. Most successful applicants have some post secondary education.
  • Excellent physical condition is essential.
  • Must be a Canadian citizen or have permanent residency.

  • Valid driver’s license (unrestricted for a minimum of one year) and good driving record.
  • Good moral character. Recent drug use and/or other criminal activity, either detected or undetected by police, will result in a deferral. No criminal convictions for which a Pardon has not been granted (copy of Pardon required). No criminal charges pending before the Courts.
  • A proven history of volunteerism, community, and cultural involvement.
  • Exemplary employment record.
  • Excellent communication skills, written and oral, and computer skills.
  • Excellent health with no medical conditions that would prohibit your ability to safely complete recruit training and perform all aspects of police work.
  • Minimum acceptable acuity is 20/60 in each eye or 20/40 in one eye and 20/100 in the other. This acuity is without any corrective lenses. (During the recruitment process, you will be contacted by a recruiter to book both a vision and a hearing test).
  • Colour deficiency may exclude a candidate from the competition.
  • Applicants whose visual acuity has been corrected by eye surgery will not be considered until six months after the date of surgery for Lasik and six months after the date of surgery for PRK.
  • Hearing standards must be met.
  • Standard First Aid and CPR Certificate

Additional Forms Needed:

Self Identification Form

Experienced Police Officers


Currently Accepting Applications

Is your current police service no longer a fit? Are you looking for a change? A competitive starting salary and a simplified training process are just a few of the many great reasons to join us in being the difference in our community. When joining the SPS from an outside service, you are exempt from the mandatory 20-weeks of training at the Saskatchewan Police College and will enter your in-house training immediately upon job offer, followed by three months of field training.

Salary: Pay recognition will be given for service years. Seniority begins the day of hire. 

Additional Forms Needed:

Self Identification Form


Our salary package offers police constables the following annual salaries:

Constable Probationary Year (1st 6 months)
Constable Probationary Year (2nd 6 months)
$ 0
Constable 2nd Year
$ 0
Constable 3rd Year
$ 0
Constable 4th Year
Constable 5th Year
$ 0
$ 0
Staff Sergeant
$ 0