Immigration and Border Security
0.5 Credit

This course presents advanced-level investigative and interior enforcement aspects of immigration and border security, including their significance to the public safety portfolio. It examines key legislation and policies that govern international border control, customs, trade, and immigration, and how these can impact the various aspects of border management. Learners explore issues of modernization and the use of intelligence within the border security and immigration context. They also critically evaluate the formulation and implementation of immigration and border security policy that involves the complex integration of factors such as criminal and civil enforcement duties; demographic trends including migration and immigration; xenophobia; economic and political circumstance; illicit drug trade; trafficking in human beings and firearms; and the role of technology in immigration and border security.