Justice Institute of British Columbia Community Engagement
The Justice Institute of British Columbia (JIBC)—Canada’s leading public safety educator— are developing their next five-year (2015-2020) Strategic Plan. The plan will serve as a roadmap for future initiatives and activities, and the Institute welcomes diverse input for consideration when developing the Plan. JIBC is a public post-secondary institute with a focused mandate in justice and public safety. Training and education ranges from short courses and employment training through to graduate certificates, and everything in between.
In order for JIBC’s activities to best serve the various professions and fields in justice and public safety, JIBC is seeking stakeholder input to make sure the Institute continues to educate and train the highest standard of job-ready professionals and meet the needs of the communities they support. They welcome responses from those various groups, agencies, and organizations: government, partners, industry and students, past and present, to help in shaping future directions. With stakeholder and community input, this plan will be comprehensive and reflect the education and public safety trends in order to best contribute to communities.
How Can You Help?
There are several ways you can give input into the development of JIBC’s Strategic Plan:
- Contribute to the weekly poll on the PlaceSpeak overview page
- Comment on the PlaceSpeak discussion forum
- Participate in the survey on PlaceSpeak
You will need to sign-up or log-in and CONNECT to the topic by clicking on the blue “Log In” button on the upper right hand corner of your screen. Connected users will receive updates as this process evolves.
Justice Institute of British Columbia is Canada’s leading public safety educator. Our specialized programs lead to certificates, diplomas, bachelor’s degrees and graduate certificates in Policing, Investigations, Emergency Management, Fire fighting, Paramedicine, Sheriffs, Corrections, Counselling, Leadership, Mediation, Conflict Resolution, and Driver training. JIBC also provides customized contract training to domestic and international governments, agencies and organizations.
Their approach to education emphasizes applied learning and realistic simulations, delivered by instructors who are experienced practitioners. Every year, about 28,000 students study at JIBC. Their work makes communities safer, and helps people in need, throughout B.C., across Canada and around the world.
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