Entering into the vocation of law enforcement is a competitive process that can have signiﬁcant rewards. The truth is that most applicants will not be successful.
The Law Enforcement Training Association (LETA) is offering the opportunity to anyone who is considering applying, or is already in the process, to receive guidance related to: resume building, disclosure documents, interviews, understanding the recruiting process, and the POPAT, SOPAT, COPAT or PARE.
Participants will also be given the opportunity to develop effective and ethical skills in control and arrest techniques prior to being hired.
There will be a lengthy opportunity for questions after the presentation.
Who this course is for?
• All municipal policing agencies Tribal Police,
• Federal and Provincial Corrections, CBSA,
• BC Sheriffs
Constable (Ret.) Dave Montesano
One of Dave’s many postings during his 30-year career with the Vancouver Police Department was in the Recruiting Section. He has taken what he learned there and, since 2014, has been guiding recruits through the application process.
Constable (Ret.) Don Kirkland
Don served with both the Vancouver Police and the Canadian Military. After his retirement, he focused on ﬁtness. He specializes in strength training and law enforcement ﬁtness testing.
• January 23, 2021 at 1300hrs-1530 hrs, or
• February 20, 2021 at 1300hrs-1530 hrs, or
• March 20 , 2021 at 1300hr-1530 hrs.