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  NOC 4311 – Police officers (except commissioned)

To apply under NOC-4311 National Occupation Classification you must follow the roles and responsibilities of Police officers.

Required roles and responsibilities:-

Police officers perform some or all of the following duties:

  • Patrol assigned areas to maintain public safety and order and to enforce laws and regulations
  • Investigate crimes and accidents, execute search warrants, secure evidence, interview witnesses, compile notes and reports and provide testimony in courts of law
  • Apprehend and arrest criminal suspects
  • Provide emergency assistance to victims of accidents, crimes and natural disasters
  • Participate in crime prevention, public information and safety programs
  • May supervise and co-ordinate the work of other police officers.

You can also see the required titles to apply as a Police officers. 

NOC 4311 – Police officers: example titles.

  • bodyguard – police
  • cadet, police
  • Canadian Security Intelligence Service (CSIS) investigator
  • canine-team member – police
  • community police officer
  • community relations officer – police
  • community services officer – police
  • constable
  • counterfeit and forgery section detective
  • crime prevention constable
  • CSIS (Canadian Security Intelligence Service) investigator
  • desk officer – police
  • detective – police
  • detective, counterfeit and forgery section
  • detective, narcotics squad
  • detective, vice squad
  • divisional diving supervisor – police
  • dog master – police
  • drug investigator – police
  • duty officer, headquarters – police
  • duty officer, station – police
  • education relations officer – policing
  • ethnic relations officer – police
  • evidence technician – police
  • harbour police officer
  • harbour police sergeant
  • harbour policeman/woman
  • headquarters duty officer – police
  • highway patrol officer
  • highway patrolman/woman
  • identification officer – police
  • investigator – police
  • investigator, railway – police
  • morality officer – police
  • motorcycle patrolman/woman – police
  • mounted police constable
  • mounted policeman/woman
  • narcotics squad detective
  • officer, community relations – police
  • officer, recruitment and training – police
  • patrol officer – police
  • patrol officer, traffic
  • peace officer
  • plain-clothes officer
  • police cadet
  • police constable
  • police constable, railway
  • police corporal
  • police diver – salvage
  • police investigator
  • police officer
  • police sergeant
  • policeman/woman
  • railway guard – police
  • railway investigator – police
  • railway police constable
  • railway police officer
  • railway special agent – police
  • RCMP (Royal Canadian Mounted Police) officer
  • RCMP officer
  • recruitment and training officer – police
  • Royal Canadian Mounted Police (RCMP) officer
  • safety patrol officer – police
  • school liaison officer – police
  • school safety officer – police
  • scuba diver – police
  • scuba-diving specialist – police
  • secret service officer
  • security constable – police
  • security officer – police
  • staff sergeant – police
  • station duty officer – police
  • station officer – police
  • traffic patrol officer
  • vice squad detective

Employment Requirements

  • Completion of secondary school is required.
  • Completion of a college program or university degree in law and security or in the social sciences is usually required.
  • A three- to six-month police training program is required.
  • Physical agility, strength, fitness and vision requirements must be met, and psychological or other tests are also required.
  • Experience as a constable and the completion of specialized courses are required for detectives and sergeants.
  • Specialized training or certification may be required for certain areas of policing.

Additional Information

  • Progression to commissioned police officer positions is possible with additional training and experience.


  • By-law enforcement and other regulatory officers, n.e.c. (4423)
  • Commissioned police officers (0431)
  • Private detectives (in 6541 Security guards and related security service occupations)
  • Sheriffs and bailiffs (4421)

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