First Nation Basic program in police patrolling (BTPPP)

Distinctive Characteristics of the First Nation Basic Training Program in Police Patrolling (BTPPP)

  • This program is offered in both English and French to First Nation cohorts.

  • Upon successful completion of the program, the applicant will be able to exercise the policing profession anywhere in the province of Quebec.

  • In order to meet the needs of First Nation communities, the ENPQ has taken into account their social issues and adapted the training content to their realities.

  • The police cadets are exposed to training contexts simulating the reality of the police officer’s work in a First Nation community.

For more information on this training program, click on the “Basic Training Program” tab under “Future Police Officer”

Colleges offering the Attestation of College Studies in Police Technology

Colleges offering the Attestation of College Studies in Police Technology to First Nation applicants

Police Technology in French at Alma College
http://www.expertisformation.com/aec/programmes_details/6/techniques_policieres_premieres_nations?id_doccenters_cat=2&id_album_cat=5Ce lien ouvre un site externe dans une nouvelle fenêtre.

Police Technology in English at Ellis College (Drummondville)
http://www.ellis.qc.ca/programmes-etudes-collegiales/aec-police-technology-first-nations-and-inuit-studentsCe lien ouvre un site externe dans une nouvelle fenêtre.

Police Technology in English at Cégep de l'Abitibi-Témiscamingue
https://www.cegepat.qc.ca/programmes/techniques-policieres/Ce lien ouvre un site externe dans une nouvelle fenêtre.

Admission Requirements

Applicants for a First Nation cohort of the Basic Training Program in Police Patrolling must meet the same admission requirements as all the other applicants. 

You can find these admission requirements here

Admission Steps

In general, the admission steps for First Nation cohort applicants are the same as for all other applicants.

Particularité autochtone.Please note that any distinctive characteristic regarding the First Nation cohort clientele will be mentioned inside a box like this one.