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Queen’s College graduate hired!

Meet Vasile Tvgvi, He is a Queen’s College graduate, now working as campus police at the University of Toronto.

By |December 20th, 2018|featured, News, Police Foundations News|0 Comments

Police Foundations, Class of 2018 graduates!

Congratulations to the graduates of Queen’s College, Class of 2018!!!

By |December 20th, 2018|featured, News, Police Foundations News|0 Comments
  • Congratulations To Our Students!

Congratulations To Our Students!

As part of our class leading programs, our candidates are able to partake in a number of volunteering activities on a monthly basis. We want our students to enjoy their experience and provide them with an opportunity to give back.

For the month of February, we had our Police Foundations and International students volunteer for the […]

By |March 30th, 2017|featured, News, Police Foundations News|0 Comments
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Technology use in Law Enforcement

We all know that Law Enforcement services nationwide have access to some of the best technology available. In fact, technology is making it that much easier for police professionals to ensure public safety and security while making quick decisions.

Arrests can be made even decades after a crime has been committed, fugitives can be tracked and […]

By |March 30th, 2017|News, Police Foundations News|0 Comments

Queen’s College Police Foundations Students in Action

 

The rich history of the Police Foundations program at Queen’s College was on full display at the Ministry’s Divisional Day Showcase on April 28, 2016 at the Toronto Reference Library on 789 Yonge Street in Toronto. Two of our many fully uniformed students participated in showing why Queen’s College has the best preparatory program for […]

By |June 10th, 2016|News, Police Foundations News|0 Comments
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Delinquency and prevention among Canadian youth

As stated on the Government of Canada website regarding Pubic Safety, the National Crime Prevention Strategy is based on the principle that “the surest way to reduce crime is to focus on factors that put individuals at risk”. Evidence suggests that many adult offenders begin their criminal activities as young offenders, and eventually, these crimes […]

By |June 1st, 2016|News, Police Foundations News|0 Comments
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Queen’s College Police Foundations students at Metro Toronto Police 32 Division BBQ

Community
Part of the Queen’s College Police Foundations history has been to give back and participate in community activities, from BBQs to Food Bank Drives.   Policing is a value based career, and these activities are part of developing proactive values.

Relationships
We stress that ultimately it is the students responsibility to make relationships in the community however, […]

By |May 25th, 2016|Events, News, Police Foundations News|0 Comments
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Recruitment and talent retention in Canadian policing

Recruiting and retaining the best talent has always been important and challenging for police departments across the country. It is worth noting that nowadays, it costs more to police effectively (Strategic Human Resources Analysis of Public Policing in Canada, 2000). It takes increased time and requires new skills for police officers to possess in order […]

By |May 17th, 2016|News, Police Foundations News|0 Comments
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Fraud and the role of the Police

 

With the rapid rise and use of the internet, fraud has developed into an aspect of our everyday lives and has taken on a variety of different forms. The RCMP classifies the following types of fraud: identity theft and identity fraud, debit and credit card fraud, email fraud, marketing and internet related fraud, investment and […]

By |May 2nd, 2016|News, Police Foundations News, Security|0 Comments
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Profound effect of cyber crime

Profound effects of cyber crime

 

Cyber crime is a fast growing aspect of criminal activity. It is a complex phenomenon in its nontraditional characteristics that pose various challenges for police services across all of Canada. Many such crimes are orchestrated by organized criminal groups who employ technical specialists (hackers) to procure personal or financial data, which […]