Tiny Township/Wasaga Beach MLEO Bylaw Officer Training Course

Who should register

This is an invitation only course for the purposes of training and updating the education levels of all Municipal Law Enforcement Officers employed by the Township of Tiny and Town of Wasaga Beach.

Content is directed specifically at summer enforcement employees and includes common problems and issues associated with their duties.


Why take this course

No academic prerequisites needed. You do not need to have previous training in Law Enforcement or Police Foundation studies.

Add accredited M.L.E.O. Bylaw Enforcement Officer training to your resume

Gain recognized credentials though vetted training. This course is widely recognized in Ontario and has content that has been vetted by the Province of Ontario as well as the Ontario Traffic Council (Parking Bylaw Association of Ontario)

Can be done at your own pace from any computer or smart phone

Online instructor assistance via email from a Court recognized Subject Matter Expert in MLEO/POO and Police training.

Is there a certificate issued if I pass this course?

Yes, provided you attend the in person training before you are actively deployed  and pass the exam/quizzes.

Technical requirements for taking this course: Persistent internet connection. Latest version of Google Chrome, Firefox, Microsoft Edge, or Safari. Javascript enabled.


Plus applicable taxes

When you choose to register, you will be directed to the checkout page. Once your payment has been received, you will receive an email with your course login information.

Your Instructor

Burgess and Associates are approved and licensed Vendors of Record (V.O.R.) for the Government of Ontario to train M.L.E.O.s (Municipal Law Enforcement Officers) and P.O.O.s (Provincial Offences Officers) for all Ministries and Provincially funded agencies that use the V.O.R. system to obtain training for their officers.

The course is designed and developed by a Superior Court Recognized “Subject Matter Expert” in the training of Municipal Bylaw and Enforcement Officers, Provincial Offences Officers, Police and Special Constables in Ontario. Copies of transcripts from these court credentials are available upon request.