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Indigenous Community Justice

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Career Opportunities

The minor in Indigenous Community Justice will help to fill the urgent need for knowledge of Indigenous justice, in services delivery, education, geography, economics, and justice professions. Providing students with this knowledge will strengthen their abilities and possibilities for employment as, for example:

  • Teachers
  • Geographers
  • Police
  • Correctional and probation officers
  • Environmental assessors
  • Victim service workers
  • Crime prevention program facilitators.


It will open doors to jobs in government for which dedicated knowledge of Indigenous justice is essential, for example:

  • Department of Public Safety (with Canada’s National Crime Prevention Centre)
  • Ministry of Aboriginal Relations and Reconciliation
  • Municipal Bylaws Departments
  • BC Corrections
  • Department of Justice

Last Updated: 14-Jun-2017

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