Current Size: 100%
Program Code: 2420A
416.675.6622 ext. 3107
Two semesters, beginning in September
Humber's Protection, Security and Investigation: Crime Scene Investigation diploma is an ideal way for university graduates in a related field or Police Foundations diploma graduates to build on knowledge and skills, enhance credentials and improve their career prospects as CSIs.
This unique program, the only one of its kind in Ontario, helps fill the ongoing demand for qualified crime scene investigators by teaching students about the most modern techniques in:
Our industry partners work with us to ensure all course content is current, relevant and practical. Get a clear picture of the field from instructors with real-life work experience in public and private policing.
Your training takes place in a state-of-the-art crime scene studio and forensic lab, located in the Humber Centre for Justice Leadership at our Humber Lakeshore Campus in Toronto. This innovative facility features a simulation lab for processing forensics in staged crime scenes, including taking photos, collecting and protecting evidence, and sketching and measuring the scene. The Centre for Justice Leadership also features four interviewing labs for practising interrogation and counselling techniques.
Note: Optional information sessions may be held throughout the year for applicants who wish to learn more about this program. For dates, call 416.675.6622 ext. 3484.
Take your law enforcement career to the next level with Humber's Protection, Security and Investigation: Crime Scene Investigation diploma program.
CNNMoney.com says forensic science is one of the 10 fastest growing fields. Develop specialized skills that can vault your career in criminal justice forward as a crime scene investigator (CSI). As you learn about criminal behaviour and how to effectively manage crime scenes and analyze evidence, you'll be well-positioned to pursue employment on municipal, provincial and national police services in Canada, as well as with private policing agencies. Humber has connections with police services agencies in the Greater Toronto Area and southern Ontario, with a strong reputation for training thorough crime scene investigators.
The School of Social & Community Services has successful partnerships with an extensive list of agencies that have provided employment opportunities for Humber graduates: Ontario Provincial Police (OPP), Toronto Police Service, York Regional Police, Halton Regional Police, Durham Regional Police, Peel Regional Police, Royal Canadian Mounted Police (RCMP), Canadian Security Intelligence Service, Go Transit, Correctional Service of Canada, Toronto West Detention Centre, Syl Apps Youth Centre, and numerous private security and investigation agencies.
Note: For more information, refer to Selection Procedures.
Meeting the minimum requirements does not guarantee admission to the program.
The 2013/2014 fee for two semesters is
Amounts listed are the total of tuition, lab and material fees, student service and auxiliary fees for the first two semesters of the 2012/2013 academic year.
Fees are subject to change. For more information, refer to Fees and Financial Assistance.
Approximately $300 – $500 per semester for textbooks and supplies.
Humber also offers the Bachelor of Applied Arts – Criminal Justice degree program 22201, the Community and Justice Services diploma program 11171, the Protection, Security and Investigation program 24201, the Police Foundations program 11071, and the Police Foundations continuing education program 1107E.
|Course Code||Course Name|
|CSI 301||Introduction to Criminal Investigation|
|CSI 302||Crime Scene Management|
|CSI 303||Digital and Video Photography|
|CSI 304||Fingerprint Classification and Development|
|CSI 305||Physical Matching|
|CSI 306||DNA and Blood Profiling|
|CSI 401||Disaster Scene Management|
|CSI 402||Criminal Profiling|
|CSI 403||Crime Scene Plan Drawing|
|CSI 404||Detecting Deception|
|CSI 405||Handwriting and Document Examination|
|CSI 406||Court Preparation and Testimony|