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Aboriginal Policing Preparation

Aboriginal Policing Preparation is a certificate program that provides the knowledge and skills needed to enter the field of law enforcement. Your studies will focus on basic investigative techniques, addictions, criminal justice system, history of policing, criminal law, interpersonal communication skills, preparation for police assessment (including test taking, resume writing and interviewing skills), family violence, suicide intervention, first aid and CPR, Aboriginal issues, health and fitness (including assessment and training for the physical fitness standards required by police forces). Many of the courses are transferable to the Saskatchewan Polytechnic Correctional Studies Program.

Additional offerings may be scheduled based on demand. For information regarding future offerings, contact:
Prince Albert campus, Val Strom, 306-765-1775
Regina campus, Kate Roberts, 306-775-7483
Saskatoon Campus, Denise Hauta, 306-659-4034

For complete program information, check the program page.


You will examine the components of the criminal justice system and how they work together to respond to crime and crime control.

This course currently has no offerings.

You will study interviewing techniques, history taking and head-to-toe physical assessment. The course content includes assessment of the integumentary system, head and neck, breasts and axillae, lungs and thorax, and cardiovascular, peripheral vascular and lymphatic systems. This is the first of two courses that focus on the theory related to physical assessment.

Additional costs: Text(s) and print materials
Start and End DatesFeeLocationCRN
September 8, 2015 - October 21, 2016
Registration deadline: May 27, 2016
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$704.50OnlineCRN: 201509-76
September 8, 2015 - October 21, 2016
Registration deadline: May 31, 2016
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$704.50OnlineCRN: 201509-728
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