WALKING THE BEAT
No one knows the struggles of investigating crime and corruption in the city better than the men and women who serve to protect. The Vancouver Police have been tackling social issues for decades, and there is no better place to learn about their fascinating journey than at The Vancouver Police Museum. Join our guides on a wild journey through the history of policing in the city, and find out how their presence correlates to social justice and local community on a wider scale. With a particular focus on grade 10-12 history and social justice curricula, these tours are an exciting way for curious students to see the effects of law and lawlessness in their very own hometown!
These tours are based on Vice, Dice and Opium Pipes, but focus on Grade 10-12 history and social justice curricula. Students will explore history, social issues and challenges to policing.
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