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- Complete a full-year work placement with community organizations and agencies including Correctional Services Ontario, the Crown Attorney, Kawartha Haliburton Children’s Aid Society, Elizabeth Fry Society, Canadian Mental Health Association, or Youth Emergency Shelter.
- Familiarize yourself with case law research by learning from and working with practicing legal professionals.
- Take a prison-based course that explores restorative justice in a real-world context.
- Gain a solid foundation in legal research methodology and theoretical application that will prepare you for success in a variety of workplace settings.
Police officers protect the public, detect and prevent crime and perform other activities directed at maintaining law and order. They are employed by municipal and federal governments and some provincial and regional governments. This unit group includes railway police.
- Civilian Crime Analyst
- Police Officer
- Youth Worker
- Law Professional
- Victim Service Worker
- Corrections Officer
- Policy Consultant
- Border Services Officer
- Community Development Worker
- Crime Prevention Worker
- Probation and Parole Officer
- Monsters & Misfits
- Social Inequality
- Families of Prisoners
- Deviance & Social Control
- Punishing & Policing Poverty
- Criminalizing & Punishing Women
- The Politics of Incarceration
- Sexualities and the Law
- Media & Moral Panics
Ontario Secondary School Requirements:
- Ontario Secondary School Diploma (OSSD)
- A minimum of six Grade 12 4U or 4M courses, including program specific prerequisites
- A minimum 70% overall final average (unless otherwise specified)
- ENG 4U with a minimum of 60%
- 75% overall average
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