ICS Canada’s Police Sciences Career Diploma program can help you prepare to apply to work for a private investigation or security agency, corporate legal department, government agency, or in law enforcement. Here are a few qualities that effective police sciences personnel have in common:
- Detail oriented: It’s important to have a sharp eye when analyzing a situation.
- Dependable: Clients and law enforcement rely on you to be organized and prepared.
- Persistent: You work well under pressure and in the face of obstacles.
- Honest: You are honest and ethical in investigations and security concerns.
- Cooperative: You are pleasant and listen to what others have to say regarding assignments and tasks.
"I chose to further my education and accounting knowledge with ICS Canada while working as an accounting clerk, which allowed me to move up within the company at which I am currently working. Studying with ICS Canada was a great experience, and the instructors were very helpful when it came to resolving any issues I had while studying."
- Sean S., ICS Canada graduate
"I have taken three diploma courses with ICS Canada. It has been very rewarding and challenging. I love to increase my knowledge level and share experiences. ICS Canada is great. Enrol! The contact with them is always very pleasant. You feel like a part of the ICS team."
- Connie K., ICS Canada graduate
Your program includes:
- Customized payment plans with 0% interest
- Books and learning aids
- Study Planner App to customize your study plans and keep track of your progress
- Instructional support from our experienced faculty
- Your personalized online student homepage and learning portal
- Exclusive access to ICS Canada’s Student and Alumni Facebook Group
- Additional resources such as our online library and career guidance from Career Cruising
What careers does the ICS Canada Police Sciences program prepare students for?
With the right credentials, Police Sciences graduates are eligible to work for private investigation or security agencies, corporate legal departments, government agencies, or as a bodyguard, constable, detective, and police investigator.²
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