Structured Resume and Police Experience
Please list all of the relevant qualifications and experience to ensure that a complete assessment of your skills and abilities can be conducted.
- Ensure that your Structured Resume includes all criteria in the following example.
- Please use the following format and keep your text to a total of two (2) pages or less.
Format for structured resume
Name and Contact Information
- High School/Secondary School diploma (equivalent);
- College and/or university courses/program completed; and
- Courses taken via correspondence.
Employment History (Last 10 years)
- List all employment within the last 10 years to current date;
- Brief job description for each employment;
- Details on any supervisory positions held; and
- Two current performance evaluations/appraisals.
- List your basic police training courses;
- List all additional training courses, licences, certificates or degrees relevant to policing; and
- List any experience in a specialized unit (eg, Drugs, Child Exploitation, Surveillance).
- Request a copy of the RCMP Police Competency definitions and form from your provincial recruiting office. You are required to use these definitions to provide your examples.
- Using the competency definitions received from your local recruiting office; provide two (2) different examples for each of the following police competencies being assessed using the S.T.A.R. format and keep your text to a total of nine (9) pages or less.
- ability and experience to prepare and present testimony in court;
- abilities and experience in obtaining judicial authorizations (e.g., warrants, Promise to Appear, Summons etc.);
- experience and knowledge of investigative interviewing techniques;
- experience and ability to conduct investigations;
- experience in concern for safety; and
- experience and knowledge of applicable legislation and policies, procedures and strategic priorities.
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