The Effectiveness of the Law Lies in Its Execution
Welcome to our class! As you very well know, our program is open only to PNP personnel who are graduates of other courses and who wish to finish B.S. Criminology. Because you are already through with most of the General Education Subjects, which are also essentially offered in the B.S. Criminology Curriculum, you are to take only Professional Criminology Subjects.

As practitioners of Law Enforcement, you have very good chances of passing the board examinations, considering that Criminology is very much related to your work. However, this is not a reason to be complacent. Instead, you have to work on areas of Criminology where you are not familiar with such as Criminal Sociology, Corrections and Criminalistics. Albeit, other areas such as Criminal Jurisprudence, Law Enforcement Administration and Crime Detection, Investigation and Prevention should also be given equal treatment, though very familiar to you. Our instructional strategy is a combination of traditional classroom instruction and the now popular e-learning instruction. This is to address your problems on time constraints brought about by the nature of your work.

Below are the 6 Major Criminology Board Subjects and Their Sub-Areas:

1. CRIMINAL JURISPRUDENCE - Criminal Law (Book 1), Criminal Law (Book 2), Criminal Procedure, Criminal Evidence, Practice Witness in Court, and Special Penal Laws
2. LAW ENFORCEMENT ADMINISTRATION - Police Organization & Administration, Patrol Techniques & Procedures, Police Supervision & Management,  Intelligence & Secret Service, Police Plans & Operations, and Industrial Security Management
3. CRIMINALISTICS - Police Photography, Personal Identification, Forensic Ballistics, Questioned Document Examination, Forensic Chemistry, Polygraphy, and Legal Medicine
4. CRIME DETECTION, INVESTIGATION & PREVENTION - Fundamentals of Criminal Investigation, Crime Scene Investigation, Special Crime Investigation, Drug Education & Vice Control, Traffic Management & Accident Investigation, and Arson Investigation
5. CRIMINAL SOCIOLOGY - Introduction to Criminology, Introduction to Criminal Justice System, Juvenile Delinquency, Human Behavior & Crisis Management, Police Ethics & Community Relations, and Seminar on Contemporary Police Problems
6. CORRECTIONS - Institutional Corrections, and Non-Institutional Corrections.

This program is not a "skol bukol" as some would want to hear. To pass the Criminology Board, you must have both theoretical and practical foundation in  Criminology.

Good luck and welcome again to our class.

Your Dean

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