Bylaw Enforcement Training Program

What is the purpose of the program?

This training provides the knowledge and practical skills to effectively perform the duties of a Bylaw Enforcement Officer.  Training is focused on the unique aspects of northern communities, culture, programs and services. 

What are the objectives of the program?

  • To provide general information and references that will help students understand what is expected of a Bylaw Enforcement Officer in the NWT
  • To provide the basic knowledge that will help individuals be successful at facing the challenges of becoming a Bylaw Enforcement Officer.

Why should I take the Bylaw Enforcement Training program?

If you are a community government employee or resident simply interested in becoming a community Bylaw Enforcement Officer in the Northwest Territories this course will provide a suitable foundation for succeeding in this role.

    What do participants receive upon completion?

    Upon successful completion students will be awarded a Certificate of Completion from the School of Community Government.

    When and Where?

    The program is offered through online learning delivery and will be available starting April 1, 2017. Check back for further details on intake dates and information.

    Courses Available

    Bylaw Enforcement Officer

    Course Description:

    The course content will review; Appointment, Authorities and Duties; Ethics; Public Relations; Public Speaking; Problem Solving; Officer Safety; Note Taking; Legislations; Ticket Preparation; and Court Proceedings.