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Chris Abbott - Chief Instructor, Specialized Senior Training - 519 773 4226 - email@example.com
Mike Souliere - Applied Police Learning, Team Leader - 519 773 4463 - firstname.lastname@example.org
Mike Gobeil - 519 773 4268 - email@example.com
Dale Jenkins - 519 773 4463 - firstname.lastname@example.org
Jeff Rutherford - 519 773 4271 - email@example.com
Dave McCormack - Traffic Training - 519 773 4455 - firstname.lastname@example.org
Kim Duncan-LeCoure - Chief Instructor, Practical Skills Training - 519 773 4559 - kim.duncan-Lecoure@ontario.ca
Erin Knights - Firearms Team Leader - 519 773 4280 - email@example.com
John Weiler - Use of Force & Advanced Firearms - 519 773 4227 - firstname.lastname@example.org
John Zeyen - Officer Safety Team Leader - 519 773 4239 - email@example.com
Ken Lester - Police Vehicle Operations Team Leader - 519 773 4416 - firstname.lastname@example.org
Lori Neufeld - Physical Training and Wellness Education - 519 773 4251 - email@example.com
Barb Kelly - 519 773 4250 - firstname.lastname@example.org
This program is designed to provide candidates with a sound knowledge of the laws and procedures that front-line officers are required to apply in the performance of their duties. Particular emphasis is placed on the core functions of police services as found in section 4(2) of the Ontario Police Services Act (PSA);
Essential knowledge and skills are developed through simulation exercises, classroom discussion, and case studies.
Students must complete a series of cumulative written tests and final examinations. A mark of 75% per subject is required. In order to rewrite, students cannot fail more than two academic subjects. Students are allowed one opportunity to rewrite each of the two failed subjects within six months at the request of their police service.
Students must be a member of a police force as defined in s. 2 of the PSA; a police cadet as defined in section 51 of the PSA; or a First Nations Constable appointed under s. 54(1) of the PSA.
The student must possess a valid “G” class license. The Director may allocate positions to other agencies or ministries, where resources permit, and on terms acceptable to the Director.
Note: s.44 (4) of the PSA sets out exemptions to requirements for completion of the BCT program.
Students must meet standard in a series of tests that may include judgment and proficiency. Students not successfully completing any of the following subject areas, must be re-examined/tested at the request of their police service within 6 months, unless special consideration is obtained from the Director:
Diploma upon successful completion.
All components of the basic constable course are essential for the initial development of a police officer. Therefore, after 10 training days of non-participation, the training continuum is jeopardized to the extent that the College may return the student to the respective police service.
Pre-course material contains a list of dress, textbook and equipment requirements, personal items and a general information sheet for each candidate.
Basic constable students are required to attend the college with a full uniform issue suitable for wearing in the classroom, indoor and outdoor range, police vehicle operations, and on parade.
$7,500 / 60 training days
May 1 – Jul 25, 2013
Sep 4 – Nov 28, 2013
Dates for candidates to rewrite exams:
Apr 18 and Apr 25, 2013
Aug 8 and Aug 15, 2013
Dec 12 and Dec 19, 2013