Becoming a Leader in Public Safety: The Difference between MBA, MPA, MA and MPS
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How to Become a Police Officer in Toronto
The Toronto Police Service (TPS) is an elite law enforcement organization dedicated to serving and protecting the people of Toronto. As the Canadian metropolitan area with the most police officers , Toronto has many career opportunities for aspiring and current police officers, but the hiring ...Read more
What is the Day-to-Day Job of a Crime Analyst?
Due to the evolution of modern intelligence, there has been a growing need for data analysis in detecting and preventing crime.Read more
Master of Public Safety Student Embraces the “Challenging Opportunity” to Further Her Career
People get into this program because they are dedicated to the field, Kelly explains. She finds encouragement knowing that she can approach them with the challenges she’s facing.Read more
What Are Classes Like Online?
Whether you’re taking your first post-secondary degree or you’re returning to school after spending a few years in the workforce, the modern university experience may not be exactly as film and TV would have you believe. Thousands of Wilfrid Laurier ...Read more
How to Become a Border Services Officer
A border services officer (BSO) is a federal law enforcement officer and is one career option for individuals who attain a criminology and policing degree . BSOs work for the Canada Border Services Agency, which under legislation enacted in 2003, has responsibilities that include ...Read more
What is the Value of a Criminology and Policing Degree?
Law & Order. Flashpoint. CSI. There is no shortage of TV franchises dedicated to documenting the adventure, and captivating danger of police work. Of course, as any experienced officer can tell you, much of the job is decidedly unglamorous.
When it comes to determining the actual ...Read more
No Detective Work Necessary: Salary Expectations for Laurier Criminology and Policing Grads
Like just about everything else in the world, crime is constantly changing. Lawbreakers develop new techniques to exploit evolving technologies and communities, even as research continues to unlock new understanding of the criminal mind. Public safety, law enforcement, social services, and ...Read more