Candidates et candidats provenant de la technique policière et du programme AEC diversité

Pursuing a career at the SPVM means joining a team dedicated to serving the Montréal population with attractive working conditions:

  • Reimbursement of training expenses for all graduates of the École nationale de police du Québec (ENPQ) – in exchange for a commitment to serve with the SPVM for the next five years
  • Competitive compensation and benefits:
    • Hiring salary (2023): $53,980 (including city bonus)
    • Salary after 12 months (2024): $61,848 (including city bonus)
    • Top of the salary scale after six years. For example: in 2026, with six years of service, a neighbourhood police officer’s salary will be $112,082 (including city bonus)
    • maximum time working as a permanent auxiliary is 24 months
    • Introduction of a patrol bonus (applicable to police officers assigned to patrolling Montréal and responding to calls for service):
      • 1.0% as from January 1, 2025
      • 1.0% as from January 1, 2026 totalling 2%
        o guaranteed weekend (one Saturday and Sunday per 35-day cycle or two weekends per 70-day cycle)
  • Work-life balance:
    • Implementation of a new working time mapping at neighbourhood police stations:
      • 35% of personnel will work on a 21-14-35 basis (21 days of work and 14 days of leave over a 35-day cycle)
      • 25% of personnel will work on a 19-16-35 basis (19 days of work and 16 days of leave over a 35-day cycle) and three weekends per 35-day cycle.
      • 33% of personnel will work one day on and one day off, with one mainly night team and five mainly day teams with seven night shifts per 70-day cycle.
  • Development of career prospects:
    • Police integration program including theoretical, practical and immersive components lasting approximately eight weeks.
    • Recruit intake and integration program (PAIR): coaching during the first 15 weeks in the position.
    • More than 150 police functions at the SPVM. A police officer can hold numerous police occupations throughout their career according to their abilities and interests.
    • Possibility to compete in the Police Sergeant or Police Detective examinations after five years at the SPVM.
  • Transition towards innovative equipment:
    • The SPVM is currently moving towards deployment of new 3A protection level bulletproof vests with an ergonomic design.