Public Safety in Canada
0.5 Credit

This course provides advanced knowledge on the structure, components, and mandates of how governments keep their respective citizens safe from natural disasters, crime, and terrorism. More specifically, this course reviews and examines how the coordination across all federal departments and agencies responsible for the public safety of citizens is articulated and enacted. The focus of this course is upon the four pillars of public safety in Canada: National Security, Border Strategies, Countering Crime, and Emergency Management. A review and comparison of international structures for public safety and national security is also examined for comparative purpose.