For the Fall 2020 semester, this program will be delivered entirely through remote learning. View delivery modes for all programs.
- Create logical, thoughtful and coherent policy recommendations and proposals based on the safety needs of communities.
- Discriminate between the roles and responsibilities of various public, private and not-for-profit actors and their interconnectedness working toward community safety.
- Assess the features of agencies involved in the Canadian justice system, their programs and practices and how these operate in developing community safety.
- Exemplify integrity and ethical conduct through respect for the principles and legislative framework of human rights, equity, diversity, and inclusion.
- Defend appropriate research methodologies and data collection techniques used to support evidence-based community safety policies and practices.
- Apply research techniques to critically analyze community safety programs.
- Assess major theoretical contributions within the social sciences as part of an interdisciplinary approach to understanding the factors that improve the quality of life in diverse communities.
- Critically assess the interconnection of theory, policy and practice within the justice sector and other social systems.
- Evaluate the social, political, economic and ethical challenges that members of the local community, private organizations and governmental agencies must address within rapidly changing and diverse communities.
- Construct evidence-based intervention strategies that promote community wellness, equity, inclusion, and diversity.
- Prescribe specific investigative techniques to promote community safety.
- Exhibit collaboration, facilitation and negotiation skills required for delivering services in the public and private sectors.