|Field of Study:||Criminal Justice/Police Science
Law Enforcement Investigation and Interviewing
Protective Services Operations
|Description:||Students are provided with the knowledge and skills required of contemporary police officers. A common first year with the Protection, Security and Investigation program, provides students with an overall understanding of criminal justice and law enforcement in Canada and also allows students the opportunity to transfer between programs after the first year of study.
A common first year with the Community and Justice Services and Protection, Security and Investigation programs provides students with an overall understanding of criminal justice and law enforcement in Canada and also allows students the opportunity to transfer between programs after the first year of study and possibly receive all three credential in four years. Graduating students may also have the opportunity to further their studies at the degree level at the Orillia Campus toward our unique four-year Bachelor of Human Services – Police Studies degree. Second year students are provided with both academic and practical courses which develop the knowledge and skills demanded by today's Canadian police services. Areas of study include forensic crime scene examination, interview skills, use of force theory and application, police powers, and crisis intervention techniques. The physical training and career preparation components of the program are designed to prepare students to meet the specific demands of police recruitment processes.
|Cost per year:*||
Canadian Student Fees:
Orillia: Fall $ 4224.26; Winter: $ 4180.30
Owen Sound: Fall $ 4214.46;
International Student Fees:
Orillia: Fall $13,846.21; Winter $ 13,600.95
Owen Sound: Fall $ 13,836.21