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Postby Uter » Sun Oct 14, 2018 11:32 pm

Hi,

I was wondering if anyone knew of a rough national breakdown (%) of the detachments that have posting lengths of 3 year vs. 5 year? Are new recruits pushed towards 5 year postings?

Also, are positions for experienced members in the National Capital Region highly sought after?
For jobs that aren’t front-line, do you need to be a corporal or higher rank to work in specialized units (off McCarthur or Leikin for instance), or are there opportunities available at constable level?

Thanks very much.

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Postby Pete Broccolo » Mon Oct 15, 2018 4:09 pm

Uter wrote:Hi,

I was wondering if anyone knew of a rough national breakdown (%) of the detachments that have posting lengths of 3 year vs. 5 year? Are new recruits pushed towards 5 year postings?

Also, are positions for experienced members in the National Capital Region highly sought after?
For jobs that aren’t front-line, do you need to be a corporal or higher rank to work in specialized units (off McCarthur or Leikin for instance), or are there opportunities available at constable level?

Thanks very much.

You are thinking about things that you have NO control over.

We have limited duration posts, not only in the 3 Arctic Territories, but also in MB ("D" Division (Div)), SK ("F" Div), and AB ("K" Div), but Cadets get posted where the Force happens to have openings as of when these Cadets have finished Depot. There is NO guarantee,

As far as being posted to Ottawa, possibly longer than any temporary work on Parliament Hill, you may as well buy a lottery ticket and hope to not need to work ever again.
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Postby dazheb » Sat Oct 20, 2018 9:42 pm

Hi All,

I hope you are doing well. This is my fist question to anyone so my apologies if I am using this website in a wrong way.

My RCMP Selection Package is due soon

I have completed all of it. Just wanted to clarify one question.

My mother had passed away in 2015. So my father married again in 2018.
Unfortunately the 2nd marriage was not successful and they separated after
3 months in 2018. She had 3 sons who all lived out of Canada and they were my step brothers for 3 months I guess but I just had one phone conversation with them prior to their marriage.

My question is do I still need to include my father's second wife's details in 330-60 online security clearance form even though they have separated.
My only concern is I don't have any communication with them and it's not possible to get all the information.

Really appreciate your guidance in this regard.

Yours sincerely,

dazheb

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Postby Ashley175 » Mon Oct 22, 2018 9:13 pm

Good day Forums,

I have recently gone through the RCMP recruitment process in an effort to follow my husband who will finish training in the coming weeks. I had passed the polygraph according to an email I received, everything seemed promising. I only had my psych evaluation left.

I then received an email stating that "I regret to inform you that our Departmental Security Breach has denied you clearance...your application has been closed and as such your Recruiting Analyst is not able to offer any further information on this matter. Please do not contact your Recruiting Analyst to discuss the conclusion of your file"".

I am shocked by the results, to say the least. Should this letter not contain the reasons for my denied clearance?
As per the Standard on Security Screening, Appendix E - Review and Rights of Redress 1. Procedural Fairness I was not briefed or given written reasons for the decision nor was I informed in writing of my right to redress and review.

If anyone has any experience or advice it would be greatly appreciated. At the moment, I am confused by the verdict and at the very least would like to know the reason for the decision. Is this a possibility?

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Postby Ashley175 » Tue Oct 23, 2018 10:24 am

No I didn’t even get an email stating this. The only information given was denied with no reason and to not contact my recruiter and my file has been closed.
It’s unfortunate that there is no way of being able to speak to someone from the department to be given the opportunity to clarify any possible miscommunication.

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Postby Pete Broccolo » Tue Oct 23, 2018 11:18 am

ANOTHER reminder about this forum that:
- APPLICANTS (anyone interested in applying, or that has already applied) to join the RCMP can post QUESTIONS to be answered by RECRUITERS;
- ONLY RCMP members who are Recruiters (Caroline, if she is not out saving the world; Ont. RCMP Recruiter, who, like Dr Who, constantly re-invents themselves, which is kind-of cute, but only I can say that about them; or those of other Divisions, if they contact Dave Brown, VanSmack, or me, first so we can vett them, and extract our franchise fee), Dave Brown (brings the RCMP-barracks-brat flavour to the table), Depot Web (because, hey, he helps set up the maze, and might put a piece of cheese at the end of it, at Depot), VanSmack (being a moderator who is all-wise - or is it he is a wise-arse, I don't know), or me (as a moderator, I bring the rickety old-guy theme with rugged good looks) can post ANSWERS;
- opp2 is a moderator as well, but she has her plate full of ON issues, so she lets those of us above figure this thread out on our own.
- ANYONE ELSE posting ANSWERS, or follow-up QUESTIONS to, APPLICANTS questions will have, and recently have had, their posts DELETED, without further warning, explanation, or moving of same to the RCMP Applicant General Chit Chat, or specific Province, threads.

Your compliance with the above is expected, while your happiness with it is not relevant. Your sanity, given your interest / application, is questionable, but every RCMP member of every level and rank "gets" it.
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Postby alexanderj306 » Fri Nov 09, 2018 8:19 am

I am currently in university, biology major but am planning to take a break (or drop) from school to pursue my dream job. I am also planning to work full-time as a security guard and volunteer for the RCMP. Presently, I am volunteering at a hospital and public library to prove my passion for my community.

I meet every qualifications on the RCMP website. However, I am worried if a high diploma is enough.

What are my chances with only a high school diploma and how can I increase my chances to be recruited?

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Postby Pete Broccolo » Fri Nov 09, 2018 7:27 pm

alexanderj306 wrote:I am currently in university, biology major but am planning to take a break (or drop) from school to pursue my dream job. I am also planning to work full-time as a security guard and volunteer for the RCMP. Presently, I am volunteering at a hospital and public library to prove my passion for my community.

I meet every qualifications on the RCMP website. However, I am worried if a high diploma is enough.

What are my chances with only a high school diploma and how can I increase my chances to be recruited?

Apply, and find out - you either get in, which you currently are not, or do not, and no change.
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Re: *** ASK AN RCMP RECRUITER ***

Postby Depot Web » Tue Nov 13, 2018 4:13 pm

alexanderj306 wrote:What are my chances with only a high school diploma and how can I increase my chances to be recruited?

The only educational requirement is a high school diploma or the equivalent.

A post-secondary degree or diploma may let you skip the written entrance exam, but it is not a requirement.
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Re: *** ASK AN RCMP RECRUITER ***

Postby lavitz » Mon Nov 04, 2019 3:52 pm

hi, i would like to know what is the current delay for the whole process. I have already done the written exam on september 10 2019, and then was told i should have news arround a month later. like evreybody else i just cant wait for the next step . im from Quebec .

thank you verry much !!


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