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Graduates may find employment with municipal, regional, provincial or Indigenous police services in Manitoba, or with other police services across Canada. Note: 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 with Canada Border Services Agency, Sheriff's department, corrections, security firms, corrections, risk management and loss prevention.
The Police Studies program is recognized as recruit training by Manitoba Justice. Graduates may be eligible to receive a block transfer of 18-credit hours towards a Bachelor of Arts at Brandon University.
Assiniboine has a number of agreements with other colleges, universities and professional organizations, making it possible to apply credit taken at Assiniboine to programs at other institutions. For up-to-date information on agreements, visit Assiniboine’s Articulation Agreements page.
Detailed information is also available on the Articulation Agreements page for Assiniboine’s High School Articulation Agreements and Apprenticeship Manitoba Agreements.
Duration/Start 8 months/September
Optional Exit No
Co-op Work Placement No
Distance Delivery No
International Students No
Victoria Avenue East Campus
100% OF RECENT GRADS FROM THIS PROGRAM HAVE JOBS.
Police Studies leads to varied, satisfying career
From traffic investigator to drug recognition expert, Brandon Police Service Constable Alice Potter has done it all since graduating from our Police Studies program in 2009.Read More
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