NEW PREP Test – Effective October 31, 2015.
The Physical Readiness Evaluation for Police (PREP) test is going to be changing. Please see below for a detailed description.
Description: To be successful you must pass all components of the Physical Readiness Evaluation for Police (PREP) test, which includes:
Pursuit/Restraint Circuit, is made up of four 25 meter rotations. In the pursuit phase of the test, you will run four laps around a 25 metre (82 ft) circuit as quickly as possible for a total distance of 100 metres (328 ft), while wearing a 4kg (9 lb) soft weight belt around your waist and a 4kg (9 lb) vest to simulate the weight of standard police equipment. During the first and third rotations you will pull yourself up to look over a 1.9 metre (6.5 ft) fence with a toe hold, climb up and down a set of stairs, drop to the floor and crawl under a barrier of 61 cm (24 in). During the second and fourth rotations of the circuit; you will scale a 1.2 metre (4 ft) fence (with no toe-holds), climb up and down a set of stairs and then drop to the floor and crawl under a barrier of 61 cm (24 in), then go first to the Body Control Simulator and then to the Arm Restraint Simulator. Lastly, you will grasp a 77 kg (170 lb) mannequin by the handle behind the neck, and drag the mannequin a distance of 15 metres (50 ft) over a resistive mat and around pylons. The Pursuit/Restraint Circuit is scored as the total time from the start of the 100 metre (328 ft) circuit to the completion of the victim drag. For successful completion of the Pursuit/Restraint Circuit the time taken must be 157 seconds or less.
Aerobic Shuttle Run, evaluated by running back and forth over a 20-metre course in time with tape recorded signals. The time to cover the 20-metre course is shortened progressively until the participant is unable to maintain the pace or the standard is met. To successfully complete the minimum requirement of the aerobic fitness test you must achieve Stage 7.0 in the 20 metre Shuttle Run.
Ontario Police College- Basic Constable Training 2015
10716 Hacienda Road
Alymer, Ontario N5H 2T2
January 8 – April 2, 2015
May 6 – July 30, 2015
September 9 – December 3, 2015
Duration – 60 training days
Police Cadets are required to pay a $11,065 tuition fee to the Ontario Police College, which is payable on the first day at the college.
Dates for candidates to rewrite exams:
December 10 and December 17, 2015.
(Source Ontario Police College).