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In the spirit of the truism that two are better than one, MLQU and PUP signed a Memorandum of Agreement on October 6, 2022, in which both institutions agreed to share and collaborate in such areas as human and physical resources, program development, production of learning materials, and delivery of courses in different programs of study.
The 75th founding anniversary of Manuel L. Quezon University (MLQU) was officially launched on 29 September 2022, with a mass at 3 PM held at the MLQU Club Lounge, Upper Ground Floor of Victoria Sports Tower.
Criminal Justice Students Get A Look At The New Realities In Safety and Security Management in Recent PASSMI Forum
The Philippine Alliance for Safety and Security, Inc. (PASSMI) held its 3rd Safety and Security Forum last September 15, 2022 at the Hotel Rembrandt, Tomas Morato Avenue, Diliman, Quezon City with the theme “The New Era of Safety and Security Management.”
Atty. Paquito N. Ochoa Jr., the president of MLQU, led the induction of the new set of board of directors and officers of the MLQU High School Alumni Association Inc. (HSAAI) in an oath-taking ceremony held on September 14, 2022 at MLQU Melbourne Conference Room.
Continuing with the series of MLQU Orientation Talks, in the session for Architecture Freshmen entitled ArchiTalks, the new students got to meet the school’s teaching and non-teaching personnel led by Architect John Joseph T. Fernandez. During his talk, Ar. Fernandez highlighted that: “Architecture is the hardest undergraduate program, but the most enjoyable program.”
The School of Criminal Justice held its orientation session for new and current students last August 8, 2022 entitled Kumustahan 2022.
SMART (School of Management, Accountancy and Real Estate) held its own orientation session last August 15 which was attended by 72 students from all year levels across the different program offerings of the department.
The Manuel L. Quezon University – School of Criminal Justice is an institution committed to produce professionals who possess excellent knowledge, skills and competence at meeting the diverse challenges in the field of criminal justice and who are endowed with the virtues of a responsible law-enforcer and law-abiding citizen.
The Manuel L. Quezon University – School of Criminal Justice Education aims to provide the community with professionally competent and morally upright graduates who can deliver efficient and effective services in crime prevention, crime detection and investigation, law enforcement, and public safety;
- Produce criminology graduates with skills and knowledge and attitude in addressing the problems of criminality; and
- Produce criminology graduates with character and competence to meet the challenges of globalization in the field of criminal justice system.
- To develop professional, competent and morally upright graduates who can deliver efficient and effective service in crime prevention, crime detection and investigation law enforcement, and custody and rehabilitation of offenders, among others;
- To foster the values of leadership, integrity, accountability and responsibility while serving their fellowmen, community and country;
- To prepare students for careers in crime prevention, law enforcement, and scientific crime detection and correctional administration; and
- To encourage research and inquiry into the causes, treatment or punishment of criminal behavior and how criminal justice agencies respond to crime, criminals, and victims.
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The course aims to teach the student to understand empirically and to develop and test theories explaining criminal behavior, the formation and enforcement of laws, and the operation of the criminal justice system.
Crime detection and investigation falls into phases such as the discovery that a crime has been committed; the identification of a suspect, and the collection of sufficient evidence to indict the suspect before a court. Many crimes are discovered and reported by persons other than the police.
This course focuses on the study of general legal ideas and principles of criminal liability and aims to provide students with an understanding of the three main elements of the justice system: the courts, policing and corrections. It helps them better understand the fundamentals of the law and helps them to correctly interpret the actual rule of the law.
Course/s that prepare individuals to study the theories and principles of correctional science and to function as professional corrections officers and other workers in public and/or private incarceration facilities.
Course/s that focus on the application of the forensic science crime scene analysis including instruction in forensic medicine, pathology, forensic laboratory technology and autopsy procedures, DNA and blood pattern analysis, forensic photography, Personal Identification, document analysis, forensic ballistics, lie detection in accordance with witness and suspect examination procedures, applicable law and regulations, and professional standards and ethics.
Course/s that prepare individuals to apply theories and practices of organization management and criminal justice to the administration of public law enforcement agencies and operations. This includes instruction in law enforcement history and theory, operational command leadership, administration of public police organizations, labor relations, incident response strategies, legal and regulatory responsibilities, budgeting, public relations, and organizational leadership.