Metis Mentorship Program

The Prince Albert Police Service has partnered with the Métis Nation – Saskatchewan, Western Region II, to identify and mentor qualified Métis applicants for a career in policing. This program is aimed at encouraging more Indigenous members of the community and surrounding areas to consider front-line policing as a career option.

Two qualified applicants will be selected to participated in the six-month program under the supervision of the Prince Albert Police Service. Over the course of 20 weeks, the applicants will work on enhancing their skills in areas including critical thinking, writing, communications, the Canadian legal system, and fitness.

During the mentorship program, participants will get an inside look at policing and will learn what it takes to be
an officer. Upon successful completion of the mentorship program, the applicants will be hired by the Prince
Albert Police Service and proceed to Regina to begin formal training at Saskatchewan Police College.

Applications are currently being accepted for the mentorship program. Interested applicants can find application
packages on the Prince Albert Police Service website. Further information about recruiting can be found by
contacting Sgt. Kelsey Bighetty with the police service at [email protected].

Interested applicants can also contact the local office of the Métis Nation – Saskatchewan, WRII by phone at
306-922-2206, or through their Prince Albert location at 1308B 1st Ave. E. for more information or assistance in
applying for this new mentorship program.