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Justice Institute of British Columbia (JIBC) is Canada’s leading public safety educator located in the Metro Vancouver area, specializing in a broad spectrum of Justice and Public Safety programs.
JIBC offers internationally recognized education that leads to Certificates, Diplomas, Bachelor’s Degrees, and Post-Baccalaureate Diplomas. Some of the popular programs among international students include the Post-Baccalaureate Diplomas in Law Enforcement Studies and Post-Baccalaureate Diplomas in Disaster Management. Graduates from more than 40 countries have benefited from JIBC’s education, training, and applied research. JIBC educates over 30,000 students every year.
Possible careers in Law Enforcement before becoming a Permanent Resident
Areas of work Job Titles Average Annual Salary
Law Paralegals and Legal Assistants, $53,000 - $70,500
Litigation Support Professional,
Legal Secretary, Contract Administrator
By-law Enforcement Compliance Specialist, Regulatory Officer, $49,000 - $64,500
Parking Enforcement Officer,
Animal Control/Cruelty Officer,
Commercial Vehicle Enforcement Officer…
Gambling Industry Gaming Surveillance Officer, Gambling Monitor, $46,000 - $59,000
Fraud Investigation Fraud Analyst, Fraud Examiner, $44,000 - $69,000
Loss Prevention Investigator…
Environmental Conservation Environmental Enforcement Officer, $43,500 - $62,400
Forest Ranger, Natural Resources Officer,
Fish and Game Warden,
Conservation and Fishery Officer…
Possible careers in Law Enforcement after becoming a Permanent Resident
Municipal Police Officer ($70,154 to $100,220)
Federal Police Officer (RCMP) ($53,144 to $86,110)
Canadian Border Services Agent ($64,234 to $82,411)
Intelligence Officer (Canadian Security Intelligence Service)