|Establishment date||Established on September 1, 2000, the École nationale de police du Québec (ENPQ) replaces the Institut de police du Québec pursuant to the Police Act (R.S.Q., c. P-13.1)|
|Type of establishment||Legal person governed by public law and mandatary of the Government (R.S.Q., c. P-13.1)|
|Number of employees||458 including 186 permanent employees, 251 casual employees and 21 contract employees (as of June 30, 2018)|
|Mission||To contribute to the training and development of Quebec police officers through teaching and research|
- Respect: To act at all times with every human being, regardless of their differences, in a manner that respects their dignity, rights and freedoms.
- Integrity: To be fair, honest, impartial and loyal towards individuals and our democratic institutions, which include the concepts of probity, honesty and ethics.
- Discipline: To act with professionalism by demonstrating competence and exemplary conduct.
- Commitment: To provide quality service by combining efforts and teamwork in the search for excellence.
- Sense of responsibility: To be responsible for and critical of one’s actions. To use the information and resources at one’s disposal wisely.
|Funding||Breakdown of the source of funding |
- 36.3% or $14,178,879 from police forces (1% of the total payroll of the police personnel of each Quebec police force)
- 49.9% or $19,507,668 from the clients of public and parapublic security, as well as revenue from registration and accommodation
- 13.8% or $5,395,300 from a Quebec Government subsidy
|Eight major campus components||Total area of 21 acres (85,000 m2) |
- Main building (former Nicolet Seminary) – Administration, accommodation, training, cafeteria (A, B, C, E, F and G wings)
- Sports centre (H wing)
- Amphitheatres (D wing)
- Four simulation buildings (K, L, M, N)
- Training and lodging pavilion (P)
- Driving track (outside the campus)
- 648 police cadets trained annually in a mock police station to give them their licence to work.
- More than 200 advanced training courses in the three areas of police work (police patrolling, police investigation and police management) including some 20 university courses.
- A bachelor’s degree in public security, in joint responsibility with the Université du Québec à Trois-Rivières, as well as a graduate program.
- An average of more than 10,000 registrations annually in basic training courses and programs in police management or investigation, advanced training courses as well as First Nations training activities;
- Nearly 1,400 registrations in basic training programs and advanced training courses customized for public security clients including correctional officers, highway controllers, MSP special constables, STM inspectors, BEI investigators, etc.