Careers & Connections | Police Studies | Assiniboine Community College
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Career & Connections


Graduates may find employment with municipal, regional, provincial or aboriginal police services in Manitoba or with other police services across Canada. Note that police departments have minimum hiring standards regarding sight, hearing and physical ability. Applicants are encouraged to explore these standards prior to entering this program.

Other opportunities exist in security firms, corrections, risk management and loss prevention.

The Police Studies program is recognized as recruit training by Manitoba Justice.


Assiniboine is proud to partner with professional organizations, post-secondary institutions and high schools.

Professional connections

Our connection with professional organizations allows our graduates to join a related professional organization or to gain advanced standing in their professional education programs.

  • Manitoba Justice
  • Brandon Police Service
  • Royal Canadian Mounted Police (RCMP)

Post-secondary connections

Start at Assiniboine to complete your certificate. Then, further your education at a partnering institution and receive credit towards related degrees/diplomas.

  • Brandon University

Several high schools have agreements with Assiniboine. In these instances, high school students may receive advanced standing at Assiniboine.

You can view a complete list of Assiniboine's Articulation Agreements. Detailed information is also available for Assiniboine's High School Articulation Agreements and Assiniboine's Apprenticeship Manitoba Agreements.

Fast Facts

Duration/Start 8 months/September

Credential Certificate

Credits 66.00

Optional Exit No

Co-op Work Placement No

Distance Delivery No

International Students No

Study Options
On Campus



Student Spotlight: Eugene Jankowitz

We had the opportunity to sit down with Police Studies student, Eugene Jankowitz, to discuss the program and a little about himself.

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