Sarnia, ON, June 28, 2012 – Designed for post-secondary graduates and serving members within the criminal justice system, Lambton College’s new Contemporary Law Enforcement and Justice Ontario College Graduate Certificate program begins September 2012.
The program develops the graduate’s ability to investigate crimes using precedents, current practice and techniques, and research findings. Demonstrating leadership skills, ethics and analytical skills in the public safety sector, this program immerses the student in strategies required to be effective in crime protection and prevention.
Graduates can find employment opportunities as military police, special constables (transit police), by-law enforcement, Canada Border services, correctional services, police services, loss prevention/retail security, alcohol and gaming, industrial/corporate security and private security/investigation.
"Students will apply critical thinking within the theory and practical applications in the context of diverse communities and the evolving criminal justice system,” said Dr. Jim Elliott, Acting Vice President, Academic and Student Success, Lambton College.
The program is delivered through the School of Fire Sciences & Public Safety, and is open to students possessing a diploma or degree in a related discipline or equivalent related work experience. Students will take a total of ten courses providing full-time students to complete the program in one year. Part time scheduling is also available.
Applications are currently being accepted for this program.
For further information on the program visit www.lambtoncollege.ca/LAWE, email email@example.com, or call 519-541-2403.