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Police Leaders Graduate

Friday, 7 Jun 2013

Staff Sergeant Isobel Granger has been involved in training Sudanese and UN female police A police officer determined to improve the lives of vulnerable women and children in her own community and in war-torn countries will graduate from Charles Sturt University (CSU) in Ontario Canada on Friday 14 June. Staff Sergeant Isobel Granger from the Ottawa Police Service will be awarded a Master of Leadership and Management (Policing)  in the graduation ceremony at the Burlington Convention Centre. Staff Sergeant Granger’s area of expertise is in dealing with sexual and gender-based violence and, along with training United Nations personnel, she is part of an international team qualified to investigate war crimes. Read more here.  Also graduating will be 12 members of the Ottawa Police Service and the Durham Regional Police Service who will be awarded a Bachelor of Policing. Course Coordinator Mr Brian Daly from CSU’s School of Policing Studies  said “The Bachelor of Policing is a very practically based policing program, where current police officers are able to apply their learning directly to their work, and apply their work to their learning”.

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