Criminal Justice - Policing
Are you cut out to do justice?
You can be part of the process that keeps streets safe with the Criminal Justice - Policing program. Our intensive, two-year diploma will give you the skills and knowledge you need to make an impact in this vital field. You’ll learn from qualified instructors with real policing experience, covering topics ranging from criminal and procedural law to ethics and criminology. You’ll also gain valuable instruction regarding interviewing, courtroom procedures, conflict management, and investigative techniques.
Criminal Justice - Policing is right for you if you:
- possess strong moral character and values
- are passionate about helping people
- can work with all kinds of people in a variety of situations
- are physically fit
- are able to use your own initiative and work with minimum supervision
- can work as part of a team
- have good oral and written communication
Prepared to protect
Contrary to what the media would have you believe, a career in policing isn’t just about drama and action. Most times, it’s about providing the guidance necessary to hold together the fabric of a community. We’ll make sure you have plenty of choices for gaining experience through practicums in several areas including policing, security and corrections. All of our courses are available through distance learning on a full- or part-time basis to suit your pace and lifestyle. And, if you wish to continue your educational pursuits, your Policing diploma will allow you to transfer into the third year of our Bachelor of Applied Arts in Justice Studies program. Whatever your decision you can be guaranteed of a long-lasting career that makes a difference in society.
There is an elective practicum component to this program. The College dictates the legal terms and conditions governing the practicum experience.
Applicants are advised they will be required to undergo a Criminal Record Check and complete a comprehensive application package if they intend to enroll in a practicum. The existence of a criminal record will affect practicum placement and future employment prospects.
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