The Edmonton Police Service is now accepting applications online through a provincial-wide application system. To begin the application process, applicants will need to create an APATS account and then apply to the Edmonton Police Service constable job posting.
Completing the online application is a time-consuming process, and it is recommended you take your time to be accurate and thorough and try not to finish applying in one session. The system allows you to log in and out as many times as you need to complete it.
Once you have submitted your application, it will be pre-screened by Recruiting and Selection Unit to ensure it is complete and you meet the minimum requirements. If you have passed pre-screening, you will be notified and will move to the next stage of the selection process. If your application is not complete, a member of the Recruiting and Selection Unit will contact you about any missing material or outstanding issue(s).
Before creating an APATS account, we encourage you to familiarize yourself with the 8 stage application process. When ready you can create an APATS account here.
Applications are valid for one year from the date of submission. If you have been out of the application and selection process beyond one-year, you are required to submit a new application. Based on competitiveness, applicants may be deferred without appeal at any of the eight stages in the selection process. In some cases, permanent disqualification from reapplication may occur irrespective of deferral policy.
As of July, 31, 2018, the EPS no longer accepts paper applications.
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