Indigenous Gang Reduction Strategies

Course details

Program area: Indigenous policing

Course code: IGRS

Course registration details
Session(s) Location Start date End date
24-01 English Cancelled Ottawa 2024-06-04 2024-06-13


  • Accommodations are offered to course participants. Our rooms are subject to availability and the request must be indicated on the course registration form
  • Meal plans are offered to course participants. The specific meal plan must be indicated on the course registration form
  • Travel grant funding is available to our non-federal law enforcement agencies


Indigenous gangs are a relatively new and growing concern for police agencies in Canada. This course looks at the unique characteristics of Indigenous gangs and the development of integrated police prevention, intervention and suppression approaches. Students come out with a deeper understanding of Indigenous gangs, allowing them to become more effective in their duties and in their ability to build awareness at work and within the community.

Format and delivery

Length of course
8 days
Class size
maximum 24 students
Delivery setting

Learning outcomes

Eligibility and mandatory requirements


Transfer credits

The graduates of the college's Indigenous Gang Reduction Strategies course are eligible for credits toward specific graduate programs at Nicola Valley Institute of Technology and at Wilfrid Laurier University. For more information, please refer to the Transfer credits section.


For more details or other information about the course, please email or call 639-625-3525.

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