A s we get closer to the October 2018 marijuana legalization date, universities and colleges are developing and rolling out training programs to meet the need
The Police Foundations program is a joint initiative between the Police Learning System Advisory Committee and the Ministry of Training, Colleges and Universities, meant to establish the minimum entrance standards for police services in Ontario.
The Police Foundations program at triOS College provides graduates with the knowledge and skills needed to meet the proposed Ontario Constable Selection Standards. The Constable Selection System (CSS) began in February 1998, when the Ontario Ministry of Public Safety and Security granted license to the Ontario Association of Chiefs of Police (OACP) to sub-license individual police services and private sector firms to use the system to assess police constable applicants. Many of Ontario’s police services including 10 of the largest police services, use the Constable Selection Service.
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