Registration Process

Registration starts with a screening process to ensure applicants meet rigid standards. Acceptance to the program is based upon the recommendation of the Selection Review Committee.

Scholarship Award Program

The Northwest Law Enforcement Academy Scholarship is awarded to secondary school graduates in recognition of their academic and leadership accomplishments and the desire to pursue a career in law enforcement.
Download the Scholarship Application form.

Enrollment Qualifications

  • Be 17 years of age or older
  • Have Grade 12 or equivalent such as the CAEC*.
  • Have no criminal record
  • Be in good health and able to complete physical training requirements
  • Pass the applicant screening process
  • International students interested in the program must have permanent residence status to enroll.

* Note: The Manitoba government is replacing General Education Development (GED) tests with the Canadian Adult Education Credential (CAEC).

Required Documentation

  • Driver’s License
  • Grade XII Transcript
  • Criminal Records check
  • Child Abuse Registry check
  • Medical evaluation Form (form supplied by NorthWest Law)
  • Two reference checks (form supplied by NorthWest Law)

Refund Policy

Private Vocational Institutions Regulation
Regulation 142/2023
Registered September 1, 2023

Section 26 states that a private vocational institution must refund all money received or realized in respect of a student being enrolled in a program of instruction it provides if:

(a) the registration of the registrant to operate the institution is cancelled; or

(b) the institution

(i) ceases to provide instruction in the program while the student is still enrolled, or

(ii) expels the student without cause.

Email the Academy or Phone for Additional Information