Training for reserves Successful candidates must complete the basic training prescribed by the Ministry of the Attorney General for reserve officers. The training lasts about 4 months with classes that take place 1-2 evenings a week and 1 day of weekends. Candidates study legal issues, crime prevention, transportation, professionalism and ethics, communication tactics, and self-defense training. Practical and written tests are organized for self-defense and communication, and two provincial written tests are organized in the classroom. The province`s written tests are conducted by the Justice Institute of BC. Training also has a strong physical/team-building component. There is a minimum score of 70% for all exams. Contact us For more information, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org. .