Ontario Bylaw Officer Core Competency Course
Are you seeking a position as an Ontario Bylaw Officer? Do you need academic training in the enforcement field to boost your resume? Or are you just wondering how to become a bylaw officer in Ontario?
This course will teach you the core foundations of what it means to be a Bylaw Enforcement Officer in Ontario.
- Online Training Course
- Approximately 36 hours to complete
- 15 modules with printable handouts
- Online final exam
- Printable accreditation certificate
Once purchased, your login information will be emailed to you within 24 hours.
Ontario Bylaw Officer Core Competency Course Syllabus
|Introduction||Welcome And Login Instructions|
|Module 1||By-Law Officer Course Overview|
|Module 2||Intro To Law For By-Lw Officers|
|Module 3||Duty To Act|
|Module 4||Authorities And Powers Of By-Law Officers|
|Module 5||Conducting Investigations Part 1|
|Module 6||Conducting Investigations Part 2|
|Module 7||Conducting Investigations Part 3|
|Module 8||What Constitutes Proper Identification|
|Module 9||Case Study – Obstruction Of A By-Law Officer|
|Module 10||By-Law Officer Safety|
|Module 11||Municipal Structure And By-Laws|
|Module 12||Effective Communications|
|Module 13||Note-Taking And Report Writing For By_law Officers|
|Module 14||Trespass To Property In Ontario|
|Module 15||Final Exam|
|Next Steps||Course Completion And Requesting A Certificate|
Who Should Register
- Anyone seeking employment as an Ontario Bylaw Enforcement Officer or Municipal Bylaw Enforcement Officer or obtain their municipal law enforcement officer certification in Ontario.
- No prerequisites are required, only a willingness to learn
Why Take This Course
- Add Ontario Bylaw Officer Certificate designation to your resume
- Improve job prospects with this specialized training
- Complete the training at your own pace
- Assistance is available from Subject Matter Experts via email
Program Content Vetting and Certifications
This program was written by former Ontario-based Police instructors who served both at the Ontario Police College as well as at the in-service training divisions for both the O.P.P. and Municipal Police agencies.
These same instructors and the company issuing the accreditation certificates are also approved and licensed Vendors of Record (V.O.R.) for the Government of Ontario to train M.L.E.O.s and P.O.O.s (Provincial Offences Officers) for all Ministries and Provincially funded agencies that use the V.O.R. system to obtain training for their officers.
The course design and development were done by instructors who are Court (Ontario Superior Court) Recognized “Subject Matter Experts” in the training of Municipal Bylaw and Enforcement Officers, Provincial Offences Officers, Police and Special Constables in Ontario. Copies of transcripts from these court credentials are available upon request.