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What It Takes - Women's Recruiting

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A woman in a police uniform, clear safety glasses and earphones looks ahead.

York Regional Police wants exceptional individuals to realize they have what it takes to join our police service. To embark on the career of their dreams. And to make a difference in our community.

An officer in uniform stands next to a vehicle marked "Police"Women at York Regional Police

Women work in every branch of York Regional Police and ensure our citizens feel safe and secure every single day. We're proud to celebrate all the women who make a difference in our service and in our community. 

We've interviewed several of our outstanding female members, so that they could shed light on their achievements, unique career paths and reasons for embarking on a career in policing:

Women's Symposium 2018

Do you want to learn what it takes to join York Regional Police? Would you like the chance to speak to women who are already making a difference in their community as YRP members? Interested in a tour of our brand new, state-of-the-art training facility, where you might begin your dream career in policing?

Learn more about our Women's Symposium, hosted Saturday, May 26, 2018 at our Training Facility in East Gwillimbury.

Registration opens April 9 and is required in advance.