Program Description Learn intervention, protection and rehabilitation skills to help victims of crime, at-risk youth and incarcerated adult offenders. Program Highlights: Upon completion of a common first year, you may choose to transfer into second year of one of the following programs: Police Foundations (218-258) Protection, Security and Investigation (293-294) Focus on physical fitness will prepare you for the fitness testing required for a career in corrections, Canada border security and/or policing. What You'll Learn: Explore both the community and institutional sectors of the criminal justice system. Work toward rehabilitation of those in conflict with the law. Intervene with clients to address and manage problems constructively to change behaviour. Obtain public protection skills and learn to secure staff and clients in institutional, residential, community correction and group home settings. Train in the legal aspects of crime and behaviour, security measures and techniques including interviewing and intervention skills for young offenders, adult offenders and victims. Understand issues related to female and Indigenous offenders, addiction, group dynamics, behaviour management and victims within the criminal justice system. Explore community programs, restorative justice initiatives and preventative measures. Receive specialized training in correction systems enforcement, safety restraints and rehabilitation strategies including tactical communication. Fast Track - allows students to complete a two-year Diploma program (non co-op) in 16 months. Students will start in January and be in school for four continuous semesters: Winter, Spring/Summer, Fall and Winter. Students will not be off during the summer. Please see the non-fast track program page for September intake.