Criminal Justice - Policing Diploma
Lethbridge Colllege - Lethbridge, AB
- Ability to use the criminal code
- Healthy living in the field of criminal justice
- Knowledge of diverse cultures
- Understanding of the importance of community policing
Welcome to my ePortfolio. Here I have a structured list of goals, education, visions, among other experiences. I encourage you to browse freely and get to know me better.
"I, Damien Bougie, am a Lethbridge College student enrolled in the Criminal Justice Policing Diploma program; I intend on being a positive role model for my family, while striving to build my portfolio by completing the criminal justice program."
"To create positive relations throughout the school, as well as develop my attributes by acknowledging my weaknesses, and comprehending my strengths. Ultimately, I intend to apply to a law enforcement organization and become involved in some sort of narcotics organization, or involved with sex offenders."
Short Term Goals
Long Term Goals
Security during concert and for Chris Nilan – Kahnawake, QC
Assist in set up, line control, and the celebrities. – Montreal, QC
Chateauguay City Police and Howard S. Billings made a program, where those who are interested in a career in law enforcement can experience the life of an officer for a day. – Chateauguay, QC
Team Work: I have used teamwork throughout my life to accomplish many goals. Personal relationships, team sports, and family function accordingly when everyone works together.
Leadership Skills: A big hit to gain momentum during a Lacrosse game, or moving across Canada to support my family. A true leader not only leads on the field, but leads in all aspects of life.
Listening: Working in the service industry from Quebec to Alberta the common denominator for good service is your ability to listen. I pride myself on taking the time to hear the individual, and not be fearful if I misunderstood something.
Calm Demeanor: My experience working for Dominion Sports Services has helped me maintain a calm demeanor. Right before puck drop, and during intermissions for concerts you become bombarded with clients. You are dealing with such a diverse group of clients, and you must stay cool headed, and provide great service.
Prioritization Skills: Moving to Alberta alone at nineteen, and wanting to get post secondary education took prioritization skills. First, to establish myself. Second, financially be capable of living and being a student. Third, becoming the student.
Judgement and Decision Making Skills: In difficult situations it is essential for you to make the right judgement call. In my working experience, good judgement can be either make or break a situation.
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Valerie Dutemple - Resto 99 (514)262-1420
Zineb Ghoumari - Poker Palace (514)571-5982