Steps to becoming a NAPS Officer

The Nishnawbe Aski Police Service is currently accepting applications for the position of Police Constable. It is important throughout the process to have all documents completed in full.


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Interested candidates can complete an online application here:


Panel Interview, Psychological Testing

Selected candidates are invited to attend our 2 day evaluation process consisting of a panel interview, psychological, and fitness testing. Candidates will also have a uniform fitting. This is not a guarantee of success in our hiring process, but is done due to the unique logistical requirements of our organization.


Fitness Testing

Successfully complete The Ontario Police Fitness Award Test, and obtain a level 7 on the 20 Meter Shuttle Run.

Successful Candidates

Successful candidates are notified and given an offer of employment that is conditional upon the successful completion of the the Basic Constable Training Course at the Ontario Police College.

These candidates must submit a medical release signed by a doctor attesting that they are healthy enough to attend the Ontario Police College and participate in all physical activities. Candidates must make arrangements for a $11,065.00 fee to be paid to NAPS prior to the beginning of the intake.

All successful candidates must pass the Ontario Police College Basic Constable Training program.

As mentioned above, all constables who accept an offer of employment must submit a $11,065.00 refundable payment prior to attending the Ontario Police College. The refundable payment is required for costs associated for Basic Constable Training.

Mail your completed application to:

Sgt. Cory Oleschuk
NAPS Recruitment
309 Court St. S.
Thunder Bay, ON
P7B 2Y1

Phone: (807) 346-6593

If you’re ready to become a NAPS officer and meet all our qualifications and requirements, download our forms below.