|Course Name||Policing and the Charter|
|Course Code||LLEP 6204|
|Pre/Anti-requisites||This course is only open to students in the Graduate Diploma in Law for Law Enforcement Professionals|
This course examines how the Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms influences and limits police powers. It involves an examination of the major decisions of the courts and their legal repercussions in areas especially relevant to law enforcement professionals, including detention and arrest, search and seizure, the exclusionary rule, the presumption of innocence and the right to counsel.
|Specialization||Graduate Diploma in Law for Law Enforcement Professionals|
|Instructors||Benjamin Berger & Kerry Watkins & Kevin Cyr|
Friday January 31 + Saturday February 1 (9AM-5PM) [In-Person Attendance Required]
|Location||OsgoodePD - 1 Dundas West|
|Method of Evaluation||TBA|
|Available for SCE||No|
All courses and schedules are subject to change.