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|Semester 3||Domestic Fee||International Fee*|
|Semester 4||Domestic Fee||International Fee*|
*Plus Mandatory Health Insurance fee once per academic year: Fall start - $420 Winter start - $280 Summer start - $140
Humber’s Police Foundations diploma program, offered on a full-time and part-time basis, as well as online, enjoys an excellent reputation within the criminal justice community.
Our program’s current and relevant curriculum, developed with the insights and expertise of members of the college’s Police Foundations Advisory Committee, ensures you’ll learn the knowledge and skills needed to succeed in policing. Practical courses allow you to learn about psychology, sociology, criminology, the criminal code, contemporary social and community problems, policing protocols and strategies, investigating and evidence, and conflict management. As well, instruction in fitness and lifestyle management will teach you about the importance of health and wellness in public and private policing.
Your professors, who have real-life work experience in public and private policing, will help you graduate with a range of security, problem-solving and administrative skills, and with a commitment to justice and to your community.
Graduates of the program will be subject to all requirements of the Ontario constable selection process and local police requirements when applying for a position as a police constable in Ontario.
Courses Program Standards
While the program does not offer a work placement, self-initiated community service opportunities will be made available to help broaden your understanding of the role of justice services within the community at large.
At the heart of the Criminal Justice programs lies the Humber Centre for Justice Leadership, a state-of-the-art building designed to take education above and beyond the classroom.
Graduates of the Police Foundations program can choose to continue their education and in two additional semesters of study can obtain a second diploma in PSI: Crime Scene Investigation.
Graduates could also apply for advanced standing in Humber's Bachelor of Social Science - Criminal Justice program.
This program has successful partnerships with an extensive list of agencies that have provided employment opportunities for Humber graduates.
Explore the Sim Lab as students use 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.
The crime scene lab in the Humber Centre for Justice Leadership is a state-of-the-art crime scene studio and forensic lab that offers innovative facilities. Students will utilize the simulation lab for processing forensic evidence from staged crime scenes including taking photos, collecting and protecting evidence, and sketching and measuring the scene.
Fulfill your desire to “serve and protect”, and make our world a safer, better place to live.
With the wide-ranging public and private policing skills developed during your studies, you’ll enjoy a competitive edge when pursuing these potential career opportunities:
On March 7, 2016, the School of Social and Community Services and the TPS of the 22 Division hosted the annual TPS Rover Crew Investiture Ceremony.
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