Crime Scene Lab
The mock crime scene apartment is one of the new newest labs built at Humber's Lakeshore Campus. View your classmates 'at work' in the overhead viewing theatre and critique their performance. The mock apartment includes kitchen, living room, bedroom, and washroom. Mannequins are used as victims and used to help set a scenario in which students identify clues and solve crimes.
The Forensic equipment that Humber offers students in the Crime Scene Simulation Studio is entirely impressive in scope. The varied array of tools that are made available to students are all state-of-the-art equipment that’s the latest in technology available to the crime solving industry. This benefit to students is huge, as Police departments won’t have to waste time retraining students but can have them step right in and play a vital role from the get-go.
The Mock Court
The mock court has been utilized as a teaching platform in both the Police Foundations diploma program and the Criminal Justice BAA program. Typically, classes are broken up into trial groups and assigned a particular charge to prosecute or defend. The specific scenario and evidence is entirely up to the creativity of the group.
Conflict Sim Lab
Using the latest in digital technology, FAAC simulators create life-like situations to train students in driving skills, conflict resolution and the use of force. The School of Social and Community Services has acquired this leading edge system, the first full 180-degree, interfacing simulators in Canada, to support your learning in a safe environment that provides immediate feedback and customizes based on your approach.
Driving Sim Lab
Police pursuit driving, city, highway, snow and rain – expose yourself to the toughest challenges to build the best driving skills in a controlled environment. Trained instructors will put you through your paces changing obstacles while you drive.
Graduates with an overall grade point average (GPA) of 75 per cent or more may be considered for admission to the four-year Bachelor of Applied Arts – Criminal Justice degree program 22201. Graduates may then complete the degree with the equivalent of six semesters of full-time study plus two eight-week work terms. Graduates must also possess ENG4U or Humber’s COMM 200/WRIT 100 or COMM 300/WRIT 200 with a grade of 70 per cent or more.
Admission will be based on availability in the program.
Police Foundations graduates may also apply for advanced standing in the Protection, Security and Investigation program 24201 and the Protection, Security and Investigation: Crime Scene Investigation diploma program 2420A.
Qualified graduates of this program may be eligible to apply their academic credit towards further study at many postsecondary institutions. Visit humber.ca/transferoptions for detailed information.