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Join EPS

However you look at it, a career with the Edmonton Police Service will challenge you to be your best while providing you and your family with financial security. If you are interested in a career which combines personal fulfilment with contributing to community welfare, the Edmonton Police Service may be the employer you are looking for.

Becoming a Police Officer

We expect a great deal from the people we select to serve the citizens of Edmonton as police officers. Are you of good ethical character? Do you have a demonstrated history of community service? Is creative thinking and physical fitness important to you? If you are up to the challenge, visit joineps.ca.

The Edmonton Police Service is committed to creating a diverse and inclusive workplace that reflects the communities we serve by increasing the representation of minority and Aboriginal groups in the EPS.

Working as a Civilian

Ever thought what it takes to run a police service? The Edmonton Police Service has over 500 non-sworn (or civilian) employees who help police officers behind the scenes every day. They are our unsung heroes and play a valuable role in keeping Edmonton a safe and friendly place to live. Visit the EPS job board to find a job that is right for you.

Volunteering

Since the early 1970’s volunteers have been an essential and integral part of the Edmonton Police Service (EPS). As a part of its mandate to be a community policing service our volunteers have worked alongside police members addressing community concerns, helping those who have been victimized by crime and developing programs that deter or prevent crime.