Toronto police officers will become the highest paid in the country with a deal that provides salary increases totalling 11.5 per cent over the next four years.
A tentative agreement reached earlier this week provides a 3.19 per cent increase this year, almost 3 per cent in each of the next two years, and 2 per cent in 2014. An initial pay hike of 2.75 per cent is retroactive to Jan. 1 and will be followed by another 0.44 per cent in October.
Details of the collective agreement were presented to members of the Toronto Police Association Wednesday night. The union, representing almost 5,600 officers and 2,100 civilian members, has recommended acceptance. Continue reading →
Welcome, if you are trying to become a police officer in Ontario, the starting point is to read the basic requirements in the Police Services Act.
If you have met those requirements (which are not particularly onerous), the next step is to begin the process of passing the various police exams. Different police services may require different batteries of police tests.
Police Exams – Where To Get Information
There are two issues:
1. Who Administers The Police Exams?
Applicant Testing Services administers the tests for many police services. You must contact them directly for test dates, fees, etc.
Please note that the Peel Police service does not use Applicant Testing Services.