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Corrections & Court Services Division Justice & Public Safety Division Law Enforcement Studies Diploma Sheriff Academy

JIBC Law Enforcement Studies program contributes to the success of a new BC Sheriff recruit

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Ever since Jenelle completed the RCMP Youth Academy when she was in high school, she knew she wanted to pursue a career in law enforcement.

“It was definitely an intense experience, however, I have to admit that by the end of the program, I had become infatuated with the intensity, discipline, sense of teamwork, and overall feeling of accomplishment when it was all said and done,” she said. “After that experience, I knew that law enforcement was something I definitely wanted to be a part of.”

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Corrections & Court Services Division Justice & Public Safety Division Law Enforcement Studies Diploma Sheriff Academy

JIBC Law Enforcement Studies Diploma contributes to success of newly hired deputy sheriff

Jordan Zanotto - 2015 Deputy Sheriff GraduateJordan Zanotto credits JIBC’s Law Enforcement Studies Diploma program for contributing to his success in becoming a deputy sheriff in B.C. (Submitted photo; story by Richard Chu)

 

Thanks to his JIBC education, Jordan Zanotto, 21, is well on his way to a successful career in law enforcement – a goal he has had for as long as he can remember.

“Working in any law enforcement agency provides a great opportunity to help people and serve the community. That’s why I have always wanted to become a law enforcement officer,” he said. “The most rewarding thing for me is knowing that I have the opportunity to help someone in need.”

To reach his goal, he applied and was accepted into JIBC’s Law Enforcement Studies Diploma (LESD) program, which is a unique academic program that provides prospective law enforcement officers with the applied skills and specialized knowledge needed to be sought after candidates in a highly competitive recruitment process.

Jordan was three courses away from graduating from the LESD program when he was successfully hired to become a deputy sheriff with BC Sheriff Services in January 2015.

He credits the education and experience he gained through the LESD program for helping him become a sheriff. read more »