Field of Study
Humbers 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 programs current and relevant curriculum, developed with the insights and expertise of members of the colleges Police Foundations Advisory Committee, ensures youll 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 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 Police Foundations 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.
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|Course Name||Course Code||Offered|
|Canadian Criminal Justice System||PFP 101|
|College Reading and Writing Skills||WRIT 100|
|Community and Social Services||PFP 152|
|Community Policing||PFP 204|
|Community Policing 2||PFP 255|
|Conflict Management||PFP 254|
|Contemporary Social Problems||PFP 151|
|Criminal and Civil Law||PFP 200|
|Criminal Code||PFP 155|
|Criminal Code and Federal Statutes||PFP 251|
|Fitness and Lifestyle Management||PFP 210|
|Fitness for Policing and Lifestyle Management||PFP 410|
|Interviewing and Investigations||PFP 211|
|Introduction to Politics||POLS 150|
|Investigation and Evidence||PFP 253|
|Issues in Diversity: First Nations People||PFP 103|
|Police Oversight||PFP 403|
|Police Powers||PFP 207|
|Principles of Ethical Reasoning||PFP 106|
|Provincial Offences||PFP 250|
|Psychology: Introduction||PSYC 150|
|Psychology: Social||PSYC 224|
|Public Administration||PFP 105|
|Sociology: Introduction||SOCI 150|
|Traffic Management||PFP 212|
|Workplace Writing Skills||WRIT 200|
|Youth in Conflict with the Law||PFP 104|