(Law Enforcement and Protection)
Learn the skills you need to begin a career in Police Sciences — at
home, at your own pace.
Work in the field of Police Sciences, and you’ll have an exciting
and challenging career. Work on cases involving missing persons, corporate
intelligence, or other fascinating subjects. Train quickly and conveniently!
You will learn about:
- Investigation and reporting techniques.
- Fingerprinting techniques and handwriting analysis.
- Surveillance equipment and techniques.
- Criminal Law and the Canadian Criminal Code.
And you’ll learn it all at home – no classroom needed!
You’ll get valuable information about topics from traffic enforcement
to drug problems and firearms usage and safety.
more information today or enrol online
and get started on a new career – it's fast and it's easy!
Start a rewarding career in the growing field of Police Sciences.
Why take a Police Sciences training course? With the right credentials,**
- Work for a private investigation or security agency, corporate
legal department, or government agency.
- Earn $24.57* per hour in a growing career field.
- Work as a bodyguard, constable, detective, or police investigator.
- Protect your community as a school safety officer or safety patrol
Remember – Police and security workers enjoy exciting,
varied assignments, respect and prestige, and the confidence that comes
with doing important work and doing it well.
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Find out more about Police Sciences training that includes:
- All the books and learning aids you
- Valuable reference texts for your new career.
- Toll-free instructional support.
- Access to student services by phone, mail, and website.
Perspective students should note that completion of this program does not automatically satisfy the admission requirements in a public or private police or security force. Admissions requirements vary from one force to another. Students are advised to check with their public/private security forces to determine what additional training, if any, they will need in order to satisfy admissions requirements.
*Information on employment outlook and average hourly earnings
is based on “Job
Futures – Canada’s National Career and Education Planning Tool,” an
electronic publication of Human Resources Development Canada.
** Some provinces are policed by the Royal Canadian Mounted Police. Application for entry to the police services is made to the RCMP. The prerequisites require an applicant to possess a high standard of physical fitness, health, and vision. Applicants must be at least 19 years of age, possess a valid driver's license and be a Canadian citizen. Candidates must have at least a grade 12 education. The applicant will undergo a background check reasoning, and a mathematical ability. In addition, most departments subject recruits to an Assessment Center. The Center uses task-based simulations to assess potential for the position of constable. If the applicant is accepted, then he or she will attend the Police Academy. During training, the student receives entry level salary. Applicants for the RCMP are processed by the force and trained in Regina.