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Indigenous Policing: Trust, Respect, and Communication

Course number : IPMC-105-D    Class Section Number : D02
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ClassGraphic Course Description:
This course centres on communication as a means of building trust and earning respect in Indigenous communities. You'll learn about the significance of stories and storytelling in Indigenous society, and the use of humour. Content is devoted to the role of the Elders, the significance of land acknowledgements, ceremonies and special days. An entire module is devoted to conversational Blackfoot, and additional language resources are provided.

Learning Outcomes:
  • Recognize the characteristics of communication in Indigenous Communities
  • Identify approaches that build rapport and trust within an Indigenous community
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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