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1 Justice & Public Safety Division september 2013 december 2014 Graduate Certificates Intelligence Analysis Tactical Criminal Analysis Diploma Program Law Enforcement Studies Diploma Program Certificate Programs Investigation and Enforcement Skills Certificate Program Basic Security Training Advanced Security Training Gaming Security Officer Canine Security Validation International Training

2 The Justice & Public Safety Division Message from the Director Welcome to the Justice & Public Safety Division. We are proud to offer a wide range of academic programs and comprehensive training and certification for professionals in the area of justice and public safety. Academic programs and courses are specifically designed for those who work in law enforcement and the regulatory field. Courses are available at all levels: certificate, diploma, graduate and post-graduate. Continuing professional education is provided for those who work in the area of justice and public safety. Our comprehensive training and certification is available for individuals who wish to enter the private security profession or work as an enforcement officer, gaming security officer or gaming surveillance officer. We also provide accredited academic programming, customized training and support for international students studying at the Justice Institute of British Columbia (JIBC), through our centralized Office of International Affairs. Our personal safety training provides individuals and organizations with the tools and techniques used by justice and public safety professionals to effectively defuse threatening situations. The Justice Institute of British Columbia (JIBC) is recognized as Canada s leading public safety educator. In addition to the courses offered in this calendar, we can provide access to a wide range of internationally recognized training in investigation, conflict resolution, supervisory and leadership skills development and other related areas. Call us to discuss your organization s specific needs. Many of the courses and programs included in this calendar can be customized to meet the educational needs and goals of your organization. Mike Trump, MA Director, Justice and Public Safety Division 2 message from the director

3 Table of Contents Director s Message... 2 Graduate Certificates... 4 Intelligence Analysis... 5 Tactical Criminal Analysis... 7 Diploma Program... 9 Law Enforcement Studies Diploma Program... 9 Certificate Programs Customized Training Investigation and Enforcement Skills Certificate Program Security Training Programs Basic Security Training Advanced Security Training Gaming Security Officer Training Canine Security Validation Customized Training for Security Professionals International Training Personal Safety Training General Information Learner Information Read the Fine Print Course Registration Form About the Justice Institute of BC Registration Information table of contents 3

4 Graduate Certificates Intelligence Analysis Tactical Criminal Analysis Each certificate focuses on real-world challenges and utilizes the most current cases, curriculum, and techniques. Our national team of instructors are some of the most respected and experienced educators in their fields. The certificate programs are characterized by theoretical and applied learning that is informed by research and practice. Emphasis is placed on the need to clearly and effectively communicate findings and their significance to decision makers to guide them in formulating real-world solutions. Review the detailed course information on pages 5 8 to determine which graduate certificate meets your educational/career path needs. 4 graduate certificates

5 Graduate Certificates Intelligence Analysis The graduate certificate in Intelligence Analysis is a 15-credit program (five 3-credit courses delivered online) that will provide an advanced theoretical and practical framework for the study of intelligence and its application in a wide variety of contexts. The program provides learners with a specialized theoretical foundation and applied skills to function successfully as an analyst. This is accomplished through a rigorous curriculum, including a core of three courses that exposes learners to fundamental and advanced concepts and analytic techniques. Graduates will possess the skills to critically scrutinize unstructured and often ambiguous data within a variety of competitive, security, and criminal contexts such as finance and banking, crime and organized crime, and national security, safety, and terrorism. They will be prepared to work in industries that employ analysts, in areas such as finance and business, medicine, law enforcement and security, public safety, investment, and marketing. Program Admission Requirements You must meet the following requirements for admission to the program: Proof of completion of bachelor degree OR A minimum of two years of post secondary education plus a minimum of five years of progressive and specialized experience in working with the analysis of data and information. Applicants must also write a word essay on a related topic of their choice. OR Applicants who have not completed a minimum of 2 years post-secondary education must have eight to ten years of progressive and specialized experience in working with the analysis of data and information (Dean/Director discretion). Applicants are required to write a word essay on a related topic of their choice. Additional requirements include: Two letters of recommendation: one academic and one personal reference or two professional references Detailed resume Personal statement/statement of intent Current criminal record check Forms The following forms can be downloaded from our website at intelligenceanalysis: Graduate Studies Application Form Graduate Studies Application Supplement Tuition Non-refundable application fee: $125 Tuition fee: $1, per course (text books not included) Learner services fee: $15.60 per course Computer Requirements To check whether your computer is compatible with online learning, visit computer-requirements. How to Register By phone Call the Student Services Centre at or (toll free). Visit for details on the program and how to apply. Courses Learners must complete three foundational courses. Each course will provide them with the relevant theories and practices of analysis, and enable them to effectively and clearly communicate findings. The foundational courses are: INTL500 Intelligence Theories and Applications INTL501 Intelligence Communications INTL502 Advanced Analytical Techniques Two specialized courses are taken upon successful completion of the foundational courses. These courses focus on analysis in specific contexts. INTL510 Competitive Intelligence INTL512 Analyzing Financial Crimes graduate certificates 5

6 Graduate Certificates Course Descriptions INTL500 Intelligence Theories and Applications The Intelligence Theories and Applications course integrates intelligence theory with methodology and processes that have evolved over time to assist the intelligence professional. An interactive online course, INTL500 uses a broad spectrum of learning tools through which you will develop a range of advanced research and thinking skills fundamental to the intelligence analysis process. Learning activities include course notes, readings, individual assignments, a team Wiki, simulated exercise, and online discussions. You will have regular access to the instructor and your peers through and discussion boards and will have access to a wide variety of learning materials and other intelligence resources. Credits: 3.0 INTL501 Intelligence Communications The skill that decision makers and intelligence consumers appreciate most is the analyst s ability to communicate, concisely and effectively, the results of detailed analytic work. Through repeated application of a focused set of skills to a body of information gradually increasing in complexity, the Intelligence Communications course is designed to prepare intelligence analysts to deliver a variety of intelligence products in written, visual, and oral formats. While the course focuses on mastering the communication standards and stylistic conventions of the field, it is also expected that the student will apply the skills of intelligence gathering and analysis learned in the prerequisite course. Credits: 3.0 INTL502 Advanced Analytical Techniques The Advanced Analytical Techniques course is the third and final core course within the Intelligence Analysis Graduate Certificate program. This course is designed to provide an opportunity for students to explore techniques emerging from the intelligence community and physical and social sciences and to apply those techniques to intelligence problems. Focusing on a variety of techniques from multiple disciplines, this course will expose students to new and useful methods for conducting intelligence analysis. Students will also contribute to the growing body of knowledge regarding the effectiveness of structured analytic techniques by completing a case study project and publishing to a publicly accessible blog and wiki. Credits: 3.0 INTL510 Competitive Intelligence The Competitive Intelligence course employs the theory and practice of Competitive Intelligence including its processes, organizational structures, and products now regarded as a key decisionsupport function in firms everywhere. This course will explore questions such as: What is competitive intelligence? How does it differ from market research and other, more conventional, streams of management information? How can it help business leaders avoid strategic surprise? How is it structured in a corporate environment? What added-value does it provide to executive decision-makers? Credits: 3.0 INTL512 Analyzing Financial Crimes This course examines the nature and scope of financial crimes and many of the tools used by law enforcement in the preparation of a financial case. Topics include: laws that aid in the detection and prosecution of such crimes, types of business records and bank records available, offshore business and banking operations, and the collection and analysis of this information, with emphasis on net worth and expenditure analysis. Special treatment is given to the detection and prosecution of money laundering, various types of money laundering schemes, and the relationship of money laundering to terrorism.credits: 3.0 for more information Call ( toll free) or 6 graduate certificates

7 Graduate Certificates Tactical Criminal Analysis The graduate certificate in Tactical Criminal Analysis is a 15-credit program (five 3-credit courses delivered online) that will provide an advanced theoretical and applied framework for the study of criminal intelligence and analysis, and its application in a wide variety of law enforcement contexts. The program provides learners with a specialized theoretical foundation and applied skills to function successfully as an analyst. This is accomplished through a rigorous curriculum, including a core of three courses that exposes learners to fundamental and advanced concepts and analytic techniques. Graduates will possess the skills to critically scrutinize unstructured and often ambiguous data within a variety of competitive, security, and criminal contexts such as finance and banking, crime and organized crime, and national security, safety, and terrorism. They will be prepared to work in industries that employ analysts, in areas such as law enforcement and security, investment, and marketing. Program Admission Requirements You must meet the following requirements for admission to the program: Proof of completion of bachelor degree OR A minimum of two years of post secondary education plus a minimum of five years of progressive and specialized experience in working with the analysis of data and information. Applicants must also write a word essay on a related topic of their choice. OR Applicants who have not completed a minimum of 2 years post-secondary education must have eight to ten years of progressive and specialized experience in working with the analysis of data and information (Dean/Director discretion). Applicants are required to write a word essay on a related topic of their choice. Additional requirements include: Two letters of recommendation: one academic and one personal reference or two professional references Detailed resume Personal statement/statement of intent Current criminal record check Forms The following forms can be downloaded from our website at intelligenceanalysis: Graduate Studies Application Form Graduate Studies Application Supplement Tuition Non-refundable application fee: $125 Tuition fee: $1, per course (text books not included) Learner services fee: $15.60 per course Computer Requirements To check whether your computer is compatible with online learning, visit computer-requirements. How to Register By phone Call the Student Services Centre at or (toll free). Visit for details on the program and how to apply. Courses Learners must complete three foundational courses. Each course will provide them with the relevant theories and practices of analysis, and enable them to effectively and clearly communicate findings. The foundational courses are: INTL500 Intelligence Theories and Applications INTL501 Intelligence Communications INTL502 Advanced Analytical Techniques Two specialized courses are taken upon successful completion of the foundational courses. These courses focus on analysis in specific contexts. INTL505 Tactical Criminal Intelligence INTL507 Analytical Methodologies for Tactical Criminal Intelligence graduate certificates 7

8 Graduate Certificates Course Descriptions INTL500 Intelligence Theories and Applications The Intelligence Theories and Applications course integrates intelligence theory with methodology and processes that have evolved over time to assist the intelligence professional. An interactive online course, INTL500 uses a broad spectrum of learning tools through which you will develop a range of advanced research and thinking skills fundamental to the intelligence analysis process. Learning activities include course notes, readings, individual assignments, a team Wiki, simulated exercise, and online discussions. You will have regular access to the instructor and your peers through and discussion boards and will have access to a wide variety of learning materials and other intelligence resources. Credits: 3.0 INTL501 Intelligence Communications The skill that decision makers and intelligence consumers appreciate most is the analyst s ability to communicate, concisely and effectively, the results of detailed analytic work. Through repeated application of a focused set of skills to a body of information gradually increasing in complexity, the Intelligence Communications course is designed to prepare intelligence analysts to deliver a variety of intelligence products in written, visual, and oral formats. While the course focuses on mastering the communication standards and stylistic conventions of the field, it is also expected that the student will apply Credits: 3.0 INTL502 Advanced Analytical Techniques The Advanced Analytical Techniques course is the third and final core course within the Intelligence Analysis Graduate Certificate program. This course is designed to provide an opportunity for students to explore techniques emerging from the intelligence community and physical and social sciences and to apply those techniques to intelligence problems. Focusing on a variety of techniques from multiple disciplines, this course will expose students to new and useful methods for conducting intelligence analysis. Students will also contribute to the growing body of knowledge regarding the effectiveness of structured analytic techniques by completing a case study project and publishing to a publicly accessible blog and wiki. Credits: 3.0 for more information Call ( toll free) or INTL505 Tactical Criminal Intelligence This course is an introduction to law enforcement terminology, practices, concepts, analysis and analytical software, and intelligence. It will introduce learners to the discipline of crime analysis and law enforcement intelligence through the study of the intelligence cycle and intelligence determinants. The roles and responsibilities of an analyst will be addressed. Credits: 3.0 INTL507 Analytical Methodologies for Tactical Criminal Intelligence This course reviews the key requirements for intelligence in law enforcement and homeland security. It focuses on the use of advanced analytic methodologies to analyze structured and unstructured law enforcement data from all sources. Learners will apply these concepts, using a variety of tools to develop descriptive, explanatory, and estimative products and briefings for decision makers in the field. Credits: graduate certificates

9 Law Enforcement Studies Diploma Program The role of law enforcement in society is complex, sometimes dangerous, often challenging, and always open to public scrutiny and comment. Today, an increasing number of employees in public and private organizations are called upon to perform specialized investigation, enforcement, and regulatory compliance functions that complement those performed by police and other peace officers. These public and private officials must address issues that are increasingly more sophisticated, organized, and technically challenging than in the past. The specialized law enforcement mandates and issues faced by these officials require a knowledge base and set of competencies that are somewhat different from, but generally complementary to, those required by police officers. Going through the LESD program gave me a head start on my policing career. This program is unlike any other. It offers very unique opportunities to gain insight into the world of law enforcement. Chris Hudson LESD Graduate Vancouver Police Department Law Enforcement studies diploma program 9

10 Law Enforcement Studies Diploma Program Law Enforcement Studies Diploma Program Description The goal of the Law Enforcement Studies Diploma (LESD) Program is to provide you with the theoretical background, applied skills, and specialized knowledge required to become a superior candidate in a recruiting process and to increase your chances of success at the entry-level employment stage in a range of investigation and law enforcement occupations. The program includes courses in law enforcement studies based on experience in the JIBC Police Academy, Sheriff Academy, and Corrections and Community Justice Division, as well as courses in Conflict Resolution and Safety and Security Management. Credentials A JIBC Law Enforcement Studies Diploma will be awarded to students who successfully complete all program requirements. As the designated justice and public safety post-secondary educational institution for the province of British Columbia, JIBC has over 30 years of experience in educating a range of law enforcement professionals from BC, across Canada, and internationally. In addition to earning a JIBC diploma, you will also earn certifications commonly required by employers, including: Incident Command 100 (CMD110) Certification Canadian Firearms Safety Course Certification Basic Security Training (BST) The Law Enforcement Studies Diploma will assure employers that you have completed a rigorous and comprehensive program designed to build theoretical knowledge, develop applied knowledge and skills critical to contemporary law enforcement. Start Dates Cohort 15 September 3, 2013 Victoria Campus Cohort 16 September 3, 2013 New Westminster Campus Cohort 17 September 3, 2013 New Westminster Campus Cohort 18 September 3, 2013 New Westminster Campus Cohort 19 January 6, 2014 Victoria Campus Cohort 20 January 6, 2014 New Westminster Campus Applications are accepted on an ongoing basis. Program Admission Requirements You must meet the following requirements for admission to the program: Documentation confirming Canadian citizen or permanent resident status, or a valid study permit for international students Proof of completion of Grade 12 with a C or better in English 12 (or recognized equivalent) Completion of a Criminal Record Check* showing no convictions for any violent criminal offence that would cause you to have a firearms prohibition, and no outstanding criminal charges. Please see your local police agency for your Criminal Record Check. Valid Driver s Licence If English is not your first language, submission of an LPI score of 4 or greater; submission of a TOEFL evaluation showing a score of 220 or greater (if computer-based), 560 or greater (if paper-based), or 83 or greater (if internet-based); or equivalent demonstration of proficiency in the English language An essay of 250 words outlining the reasons why you wish to be a student in the Law Enforcement Studies Diploma program Completion of a PAR-Q evaluation (a physical readiness questionnaire) with results acceptable to JIBC Three letters of reference from nonfamily members * A Criminal Record Check is required because some course content may be sensitive or privileged, and students will have access to firearms for a portion of their education. In addition, students normally require a clear criminal record prior to employment in any law enforcement or regulatory discipline. An in-person interview and assessment to determine suitability may be required. Related work experience and/or study will enhance your application. Accommodation for disabled applicants will be made in accordance with BC human rights legislation. Forms The following forms can be downloaded from our website at Law Enforcement Studies Diploma Application Form RCMP Criminal Record Check Consent Form* Municipal Department Criminal Record Check Consent Form* Par-Q and You Form Recognition for Prior Learning For information about prior learning assessment and recognition (PLAR), credit equivalency, or credit transfer (articulation agreements), visit recognition-prior-learning. Tuition Fees Non-refundable application fee: $75 Learner services fee: $15.60 per course Tuition fee: $ per course Applied Law Enforcement I (year 1): Additional $ driver training fee Applied Law Enforcement III (year 2): Additional $ range fee Textbooks and equipment:: Approximately $2,000 (purchased from JIBC Store) The total cost to a learner for the two-year program is approximately $12, Law Enforcement Studies Diploma Program

11 Law Enforcement Studies Diploma Program Employment Opportunities for Graduates: Curriculum The two-year Law Enforcement Studies Diploma Program consists of 60 credits with 840 hours of course work in two major content areas: Law enforcement studies Criminology, the Canadian criminal justice system, administrative and civil law, criminal law, investigation skills and procedures, computer investigation skills, law enforcement communication skills, applied law enforcement skills (emergency vehicle operation, fitness, firearms safety, surveillance, evidence collection and preservation, crisis intervention, use of force, arrest and control techniques), research skills, and a major project based on an approved topic in law enforcement Liberal studies Academic writing, communication skills, critical reading and writing, applied ethics, conflict resolution, diversity issues in law enforcement, Aboriginal justice and governance Market research suggests that job applicants will face a reasonable level of competition for employment in the broad field of law enforcement. As a graduate of the Law Enforcement Studies Diploma Program, you will be better prepared and more qualified to seek employment in a wide range of law enforcement, regulatory, and compliance fields. Completion of the program does not guarantee entry into a law enforcement profession. Border Services officers, police officers, correctional officers, probation officers, deputy sheriffs, and security professionals must all complete additional mandated training. Employers in other investigation, law enforcement, and regulatory agencies may have additional entry or qualification and training requirements. Nevertheless, we believe that completion of this program can become one of the preferred qualifications for such employment. How to Register By phone Call the Student Services Centre at or (toll free). Visit for details on the program and how to apply. Courses Year 1 (30 credits) ENGL100 Academic Writing ENGL105 Critical Reading and Writing Skills LESD100 Introduction to the Canadian Criminal Justice System LESD101 Introduction to Criminology LESD102 Introduction to Canadian Criminal Law LESD103 Law Enforcement Communication Skills LESD104 Applied Law Enforcement I LESD105 Law Enforcement in a Diverse Society CCR140 Theoretical and Applied Perspectives on Conflict Resolution BCMNS110 Business Communications Year 2 (30 credits) LESD200 Introduction to Administrative and Civil Law LESD201 Introduction to Investigation Skills and Procedures LESD202 Introduction to Computer-Based Investigations RESM200 Research Methods LESD204 Applied Law Enforcement II LESD205 Applied Law Enforcement III LESD206 Applied Ethics for a Law Enforcement Environment LESD207 Aboriginal Justice CCR240 Applied Perspectives on Conflict and Negotiation LESD209 Contemporary Issues in Law Enforcement Law Enforcement studies diploma program 11

12 Law Enforcement Studies Diploma Program Law Enforcement Studies Diploma Program Course Descriptions ENGL100 Academic Writing This course will help participants develop communication and composition skills at the post-secondary level. Learners will be introduced to library resources and analysis of reading materials; write preparatory papers ranging from reports and reviews to a research paper; and learn to analyze sources. They will develop confidence in written communication through completion of several written assignments. ENGL105 Critical Reading and Writing Skills This course is an introduction to active literary reading and writing skills. Focusing on at least three literary genres, it will introduce learners to the basic structural principles and rhetorical strategies of literary texts by having them observe structural and rhetorical theory applied to specific poems, works of fiction, and plays. The course is writing-intensive. The course textbook will be supplemented with additional material. LESD100 Introduction to the Canadian Criminal Justice System In this introductory course, learners will use a systems-based approach to examine the constantly evolving Canadian criminal justice system. They will examine the roles and functions of each component of the system police, courts, and corrections in relation to the system as a whole; analyze the overall effectiveness and efficiency of the system; and explore contemporary related issues, including public/private relationships in the law enforcement context, public involvement in criminal justice processes, restorative justice, and programs designed to reduce crime and rehabilitate offenders. LESD101 Introduction to Criminology In this course, learners will analyze the relationship between crime and society. They will examine basic criminology concepts and criminological theories and will use these theoretical foundations to develop positions on problems and solutions for crime and criminal behaviour. They will also address prevention and crime control strategies, and will assess the effectiveness of policing practice, the courts, corrections, and alternatives to incarceration. LESD102 Introduction to Canadian Criminal Law This course focuses on the principles, nature, purpose, and sources of Canadian criminal law, and on the practical application of the law in a law enforcement environment. Learners will examine categories of crime, elements of offences required for conviction, and defences available to the accused. They will also explore criminal court processes and procedures and the Charter of Rights and Freedoms. The course will conclude with a critical examination of current issues in Canadian criminal law. The courses have many topics and skills that we will be using daily in our future careers. The realistic and practical activities were great. Bhav Bhanjan Singh LESD Student LESD103 Law Enforcement Communication This course focuses on the development of oral and written communication skills that can be applied in the learner s professional and personal life. The first segment focuses on the development of communication skills required to conduct investigations, prepare reports, and present evidence in court or for external examination. The second segment focuses on increasing awareness of the importance and impact of interpersonal and group dynamics on the communication process, and on developing the skills necessary in order to adapt appropriate communication strategies in a variety of situations. In the third segment, learners will prepare a personal resume that identifies, positions, and sells their strengths and abilities. LESD104 Applied Law Enforcement I In this course, learners will augment their theoretical and academic learning with the practical skills necessary for functioning in a law enforcement environment. They will be introduced to fitness and lifestyle management concepts designed to enhance their quality of life and increase their level of fitness. They will also study emergency vehicle operations theory and practice safely driving a full-sized emergency vehicle. 12 Law Enforcement Studies Diploma Program

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