Local Recruitment for Police Constables Underway

The Bermuda Police Service (BPS) is inviting applications for the post of Constable.

Local residents who are looking for a career in law enforcement, with a desire to represent the community, and assist in ‘Making Bermuda Safer’, are encouraged to apply.

Applicants must:

  • be between the ages of 19 and 49 years at the start of the contract;
  • be in good physical and mental health;
  • have a Bermuda School Diploma (BSD) or equivalent.

Applications from non-Bermudian resident work permit holders, or their spouses who are permitted to seek employment in Bermuda, may be considered.

The successful applicants must then pass the following BPS evaluations to be considered for the Recruit Foundation Course (RFC).

  • Police Service Initial Recruitment Test (PIRT).
  • Job-Related Fitness Test (JRFT) – (Level 5.4 – 15 metre beep test).
  • Security Checks.
  • Suitability Testing.
  • Psychological Evaluations.
  • Medical Examinations (which includes BMI Assessment).
  • Assessment Board.

The RFC lasts for six months with on the job training, academic modules, course work, exams, and practical exercises. The academic learning on this course is undertaken and coincides with serving as a Student Police Officer, which involves active frontline duties for the Bermuda Police Service.

All applications must be submitted online athttps://govtcareers.gov.bm/. The deadline for applications is 21st February 2024.

No hard copy applications will be accepted.

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