I am going to Canada to do my post-graduation in forensics. I have always dreamt of a career in law enforcement. I wish to continue, and make a living in Canada itself, as a career in law enforcement would be fantastic. I am on a scholarship that would cover most of the college expenses. But I am looking for a part-time job as well to cover other expenses. So here is the thing, if I am going to work anyway, why not choose something that will back me up in the future. I have heard working as a security guard opens up an opportunity in law enforcement. I have seen advertisements such as "work as security for17$/hour" jobs. I don't know the authenticity of such advertisements but why not give it a shot. But I have heard working as a security guard requires a
Probably no one on this forum will be able to advise about this. You might be better of asking on a forum related to security in Canada, or by just researching online - it's a straight forward question and the answer should be there. You could also inquire directly with those advertising the role.
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