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Program description

Conestoga's Police Foundations (PF) program offer a two-year integrated learning experience to help you develop the knowledge, skills, attitudes and values of a preferred candidate in public sector law enforcement. This program focuses on understanding justice though a lens of social equity and modern policing and has been designed to provide an overall base for a variety of careers in criminal justice and public safety. In this Program, you will be exposed to the many complexities that are facing modern day policing. Through a combination of theory and simulation-based experiences you will experience a person-centered approach to community policing. Police Foundations program will prepare you for the acquisition of knowledge and skills relevant to entry-level positions in public sector law enforcement.

 

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  • Starting with the Fall 2021 intake, applicants who wish to enter Police Foundations must apply directly to level 1 of the 0973 Police Foundations program.

Program details

Code: 0973
Delivery: Full-time
Length: 2 years
Start: September
Campus: Doon (Kitchener)
Credential: Ontario College Diploma

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