#MacEwanUgrad: Olukunle Ayodele

#MacEwanUgrad: Olukunle Ayodele

“MacEwan University has a name that transcends the four walls of the university and is well respected by employers of labor. This can be attested to by the number of graduates in the program who are already in gainful employment. I am now gainfully employed as a Correctional Peace Officer, which is my dream job!”

Iraq War Veteran Learning from Investigative Studies

Iraq War Veteran Learning from Investigative Studies

Josh Holgerson brings a lifetime of experience to his Investigative Studies diploma. The 24-year-old aspiring RCMP officer brings a rare skill set to the classroom: he served with the US military in South Korea and in Iraq. Currently working on…

What can you learn from blood spatters?

What can you learn from blood spatters?

You enter the crime scene and find a wall speckled with blood. At first glance, it’s hard to tell what happened. But there is a lot of information in those blood spatters, if you know how to find it. Police…

Looking for Clues

Looking for Clues

On Tuesday, October 16, explore how scientific methods such as bloodstain pattern analysis, gunshot residue detection, illicit drug profiling, glass & soil analysis can be used to solve crime, with emphasis on real criminal cases. WARNING: this talk includes graphic…

How to Predict Crime

How to Predict Crime

  Attend a presentation by world renowned criminologist Dr. Leslie W. Kennedy. Click here for time and location. “The Department of Sociology at MacEwan University and the Edmonton Police Service are pleased to co-sponsor a presentation by Dr. Leslie W….

Photograph the Evidence

Photograph the Evidence

Explore another crime scene in the Police and Investigations lab. These students explain why they are taking photographs and detailed notes of all the evidence. Check out last week’s videos from inside the police and investigations lab: Clues in the…

Slayer in the Study

Slayer in the Study

Explore another crime scene in the Police and Investigations lab. These students discuss the intentions of the criminal, and piece together a possible story for what occurred at the scene. Check out last week’s videos from inside the police and…

Clues in the Conservatory

Clues in the Conservatory

Step into a gruesome crime scene in the Police and Investigations lab. Watch students explain the scene as they search for any detail that will help them solve the crime. This group of students notice something interesting about the victim,…

How Can I Work In Law Enforcement?

Most police forces require that recruits have some post-secondary education and/or  life experience before  they will be considered. MacEwan’s Police and Investigations diplomas provide the ideal combination of both. The programs are popular and are usually the first programs to…