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Indigenous Policing: History, Culture, and Reconciliation

Course number : IPMC-102-D    Class Section Number : D02
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ClassGraphic Course Description:
The course begins with a brief history of Indigenous peoples in Canada from colonization to the present day. There is an emphasis on the Indian Act and residential schools, and their impact on Indigenous people. Community order prior to colonization is explored. The role of the RCMP and the evolution of tribal policing is discussed. The final module documents the move forward towards reconciliation and decolonization.

Learning Outcomes:
  • Build knowledge of how Indigenous communities policed themselves prior to colonization
  • Consider the historical perspectives of policing in Indigenous communities after colonization
  • Acknowledge the history and impact of colonization and residential schools on Indigenous peoples
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Developed in partnership with the Blood Tribe Police Service.

Class Details

0 Session(s)

NA - Online

MultipleInstructor :
1.Jami Albright-Tolman2.Gary Barron3.Ibrahim Turay4.Bryan Mucha 

Start Date:upon registration



Registration Closes On
Sunday, June 30, 2024 @ 12:00 AM

Schedule Information

Date(s) Class Days Times Location Instructor(s) Instructional Method
N/A - Online Bryan Mucha  ; Ibrahim Turay  ; Gary Barron  ; Jami Albright-Tolman  Online