Law Enforcement Administration
Diploma of Social Sciences
Organizations where Academy Canada's Law Enforcement Administration Graduates Found Employment And/Or Work Terms
Note: Academy Canada Career College cannot guarantee employment to any student or graduate, and can have to effect on private and public organization defined salaries and wages.
Public Sector Agencies
Private Sector Agencies
*Participants must undergo individual application, testing, entrance requirements, and training according to the organization's policy to obtain employment in these careers.
**The Canadian Forces will allow graduates to transfer their Law Enforcement interest and training to a career as a Military Police Officer. Military occupations are subject to availability and Canadian Forces entrance requirements.
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Law Enforcement Administration Students attend a Drug Awareness Seminar
Constable Bobby Edwards, Royal Newfoundland Constabulary's Public Relations Officer, recently visited the Law Enforcement Administration class to present a "Drug Awareness" seminar.
This informative presentation gave students a clear perspective into the illegal drug's serious nature on people and communities. Yesterday's drugs were compared to high addictive and destructive human made designer drugs such as "Ecstasy", "Crystal Meth", and Anabolic Steroids.
Constable Edwards explained and illustrated the lengths drug traffickers will go to cultivate, process, cut, conceal, and distribute. It also was apparent all illegal or illicit drugs manufactured in clandestine labs have an ability to hook first time users, and eventually leading to more serious crimes to finance their drug habits.
The seminar concluded with the most important topic, "The Victim". Students saw the addicts, whom could be your brother, sister, son, daughter, or another relative, for which only 3% of addicts will recover from a drug addiction. Unless they get adequate drug treatment to overcome withdrawal symptoms, an addict's recovery is often temporary, as just the drugs on site or temptation could derail even most determined addiction fighters.
Even the innocent victims receiving chemical burns from "Meth Labs" were exposed to trace amounts of harmful substances with possible tragic consequences.
Edmonton Police Service Constable Tina Klenke Visits Criminology and Law Enforcement Administration Students
On March 27, 2009, Constable Tina Klenke (Recruitment and Diversity Unit) from the Edmonton Police Service (EPS) visited Criminology and Law Enforcement Administration students and instructors. She provided an excellent unlimited career opportunities overview available through the Edmonton Police Service.
As an example, people beginning their careers at an entry level may choose from over 100 different positions as a Constable. Constable Klenke has been visiting various cities across Canada, actively recruiting to fill over 200 positions. This was the first time EPS has actively recruited in our province.
Students were invited to write the Alberta Police Cognitive Abilities Test and Alberta Communication Test on Saturday, March 28. For out-of-province applicants, successful tests scores are valid for 5 years. One of our Criminology students, Lesley Vaters, successfully completed these exams.
Constable Klenke discussed, and as state on Edmonton Police Service's website:
Law Enforcement Administration and Criminology Students attend Robert Gosse's CATSA Presentation
Have you ever experienced long waits at airport lines, feeling frustrated and wishing you were flying to your destination? Robert Gosse, Canadian Air Transport Security Authority (CATSA) Regional Manager, says the reason for these long waits is to ensure all passengers are safe. Most of us recall the September 11, 2001 terrorist attacks and its horrific tragedies, and CATSA's role is to ensure it never happens again.
On March 16, 2009, Criminology and Law Enforcement Administration students and instructors attended Robert Gosse's CATSA presentation, and Andrea Hawkins, Screening Officer at the St. John’s International Airport. Mr. Gosse discussed the security evolution at airports across the country and today's security personnel are held at high esteem. The training involved with airport screening is consistent across the country; therefore, employees and their skills are “portable” nationwide. In other words, s person trained in Newfoundland and Labrador may transfer to any airport in the country.
CATSA is constantly evolving in regards to incorporating specialized equipment used at airports, and also proposed expansions into marine and bus services. As employers, this organization offers excellent health and pension benefits and screeners are fitted with their uniforms from day one and at no charge. As stated by Mr. Gosse, the philosophy of CATSA is, “Fair, Firm, and Friendly,” an attitude which applies to both passengers and staff.
For more information about exciting career opportunities at CATSA, visit their website at http://www.catsa-acsta.gc.ca.
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