Revised Syllabi and TOS

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Republic of the Philippines Professional Regulation Commission Manila BOARD OF CRIMINOLOGY Resolution No. 01 Series of 2010 PROMULGATION OF REVISED SYLLABI AND TABLES OF SPECIFICATIONS FOR THE SUBJECTS IN THE BOARD LICENSURE EXAMINATIONS FOR CRIMINOLOGISTS WHEREAS, pursuant to Section 13 of Republic Act No. 6506 , entitled “Act Creating the Board Examiners for Criminologists in the Philippines and for other Purposes”, the Scope of the Licensure Examination for  Criminologists shall cover the following subjects with their respective relative weights: Subjects Relative Weight Criminal Jurisprudence and Procedure Law Enforcement Administration Correctional Administration Administration Criminalistics Criminal Sociology Ethics and Human Relations

20% 20% 15% 20% 15% 10%

WHEREAS, the Board issued Resolution No. 3, Series S eries of 1987, “Subjects in the Licensure Examination for Criminologist”, Criminologist”, changing the subjects and relative weight in pursuance of Section 14 of RA No. 6506 which authorized the Board to change and revise any of the subjects to correspond to the change in curriculum prescribed for the Degree of Bachelor of Science in Criminology, to wit: Subjects Relative Weight Criminal Jurisprudence and Procedure Law Enforcement Administration Crime Detection, Investigation & Prevention Criminalistics Correctional Administration Administration Criminal Sociology, Ethics and Human Relations

20% 20% 15% 20% 10% 15%

WHEREAS, the Commission on Higher Education (CHED) issued Memorandum Order No. 21, Series of  2005 prescribing a new curriculum for the baccalaureate program in criminology, incorporating therein additional topics in the various professional subjects thus, the need to revise the syllabi and the table of specifications while still maintaining the relative weights of each subject; WHEREAS, Sec. 9 (h) of R.A. No. 8981, known as the “PRC Modernization Act of 2000”, empowers the Board: (h) “To prepare, adopt, and issue the syllabi or  syllabi or tables tables of specifications of  specifications of the subjects for examinations in consultation with the academe; determine and prepare the questions for the licensure examinations which shall be strictly within the scope of syllabus or table of specifications of the subject for the examination xxx”; xxx ”; (italics supplied) WHEREAS, the First Biennial National Congress on Education held on February 28 and March 1, 2008 called for the strategy “to update licensure examinations to reflect technical and scientific requirements requirements of  business and industry”; WHEREAS, these requirements can be embodied in the syllabi and tables of spe cifications (TOS) (TOS) for the licensure examination subjects; WHEREAS, the adoption of the re vised syllabi and (TOS) will appropriately incorporate the competencies covering the topics and sub-topics, or areas and sub-areas, or concepts and sub-concepts under the Board Licensure Examination subjects, holding that the TOS will provide not only the percentage weights and number of  items but also the levels of difficulty classified classified into and respectively described as Easy: K (Knowledge), Moderate: U (Understanding), C (Comprehension), Difficult: A (Analysis), B (Synthesis), E (Evaluation);

WHEREAS, the list of competencies includes in a generic manner those needed by the industry; WHEREAS, the revised syllabi and TOS were refined by the Board with the assistance of PRC consultants for Test Construction and Development and was noted by the CHED Technical Panel for Criminal Justice Education (former TP for Criminology Education - representatives from business industry, Accredited Professional Organization, and the Higher Education Institutions); WHEREAS, thereafter, the Board decided to adopt the revised syllabi and implement the TOS through issuance of a Board Resolution; and WHEREAS, the revised syllabi and TOS will bring forth quality Board licensure examinations for  Criminologists with more effective and valid test questions framed the refrom; NOW, THEREFORE, the Board RESOLVES, as it his hereby RESOLVED, to adopt and promulgate the Revised Syllabi (Annex “A”) and Table of Specifications for the Subjects in the Board of Licensure Examination for  Criminologists”, (Annex “B”) to the herein Board Resolution. RESOLVED, FURTHER, this Board Resolution shall repeal and, accordingly, supersede Board Resolution No. 3, Series of 1987. RESOLVED, FURTHERMORE, this Resolution with Annexes “A” and “B” hereof shall apply in the April 2010 Board Licensure Examinations for Criminologists and subsequent schedules thereof. RESOLVED, FINALLY, this Resolution shall take effect after fifteen (15) days following the full and complete publication thereof in the Official Gazette or any newspaper of general circulation on the Philippines. Let copy hereof be furnished to the CHED for dissemination to all schools, colleges, or universities offering the course of criminology. Done in the City of Manila, this _20

th

day of January. Year 2010

Signed LOURDES W. ANICETO Chairman Signed CAROLINA J. ESGUERRA Member

Signed ERNESTO V. CABRERA Member 

 ATTESTED: Signed CARLOS G. ALMELOR Secretary Professional Regulatory Boards  APPROVED: Signed NICOLAS P. LAPENA, JR Chairman Signed RUTH RANA-PADILLA Commissioner

Signed NILO L. ROSAS Commissioner 

Date of publication in the Official Gazette: March 29, 2010  Date of effectivity: April 14, 2010 

Republic of the Philippines Professional Regulation Commission PROFESSIONAL REGULATION COMMISSION BOARD OF CRIMINOLOGY TABLE OF SPECIFICATIONS FOR THE SUBJECT: CRIMINAL JURISPRUDENCE, PROCEDURE AND EVIDENCE (New Examination Syllabi Series 2009) Cluster/Subject/Competency

Weight

CRIMINAL JURISPRUDENCE, PROCEDURE AND EVIDENCE

20%

1.

CRIMINAL LAW BOOK 1

3.6%

a.

Know the concept and characteristics of criminal law and criminal liability

.6%

b.

Define felonies and determine stages of execution

.6%

c.

Determine circumstances affecting criminal liability and identifying persons liable for felonies

.8%

d.

Know the concept of penalties and extinction and concept of criminal and civil liabilities

.6%

e.

Know the special criminal statutes

1.0%

2.

CRIMINAL LAW BOOK II

7.4%

a.

Know the elements of the different crimes

2.0%

b.

Know and apply new penal statutes

2.0%

c.

Apply knowledge of elements of crimes

2.0%

d.

Analyze and differentiate crimes

1.4%

3. CRIMINAL PROCEDURE

4.6%

a.

Determine concept of criminal procedure, jurisdiction and venue

1.2%

b.

Know how to prosecute offense

1.2%

c.

Determine and apply procedures prior to commencement of trial

d.

Know procedure of trial from commencement to adjudication including search and seizure and provisional remedies

e.

Know and apply the rule on summary procedure

.9% 1.2% .1%

4. EVIDENCE

3%

a.

Identify evidence, scope of the rules

.6%

b.

Determine rules on admissibility of evidence, including electronic evidence

.8%

c.

Apply the rules on evidence and presentation of evidence

.6%

d.

Determine weight and sufficiency of evidence

.6%

e.

Determine and apply burden of proof and presumptions, perpetuation of testimony

.4%

5. COURT TESTIMONY

1.4%

a.

Knowledge of applicable laws and procedures

.6%

b.

Gathering of evidence and documentation

.4%

c.

Determine behavior during trial

.2%

d.

Rights and obligations of witnesses

.2%

PROFESSIONAL REGULATION COMMISSION BOARD OF CRIMINOLOGY TABLE OF SPECIFICATIONS FOR THE SUBJECT: LAW ENFORCEMENT ADMINISTRATION (New Examination Syllabi Series 2009) Weight Cluster/Subject/Competency 20% LAW ENFORCEMENT ADMINISTRATION 1. Police Organization and Administration with Police Planning a. Show basic knowledge and understanding on the significant developments in world history of policing, the philosophy of police service, the roles and responsibilities of the police, and the application of concepts and principles of organization in police administration

4.5% .4%

b.

Trace the history of Philippine Policing system and understand the provisions of R.A. no. 6975, as amended by R.A. No. 8551

1.5%

c.

Discuss and understand the powers of local chief executives over PNP units

.6%

d.

Understand planning as a function in police management and apply planning principles and procedures in the formulation of  police plans

1.0%

e.

1.0%

2. a.

Demonstrate knowledge on the formulation of plans for crowd dispersal, riot, mob control, VIP security, raid operations and disaster management Industrial Security Management Know the concept of industrial security management

2.0% .3%

b.

Understand the principles of physical security and the kinds of protective system, including salient provisions or R.A. No. 5487

.4%

c.

Explain the purpose and importance of personnel security and show knowledge on the types of personnel identification and movement control

.4%

d.

Know the basic concepts of documents and information security

.3%

e.

Understand the basic concepts of risk analysis, security hazards, and risk management alternatives and strategies

.3%

f. 3. a.

Be able to prepare a security survey report Police Patrol Operations with Police Communication System Understand patrol as the backbone of the police organization

.3% 4.0% 1.0%

b.

Identify patrol methods, tactics, strategies and activities

1.0%

c.

Know the importance of patrol supervision and the support systems to patrol efforts

.5%

d.

Discuss the Integrate Patrol System in the Philippines and the contemporary policy strategies

.5%

e. 4. a.

Understand the concepts of police communication system and modern communication techniques in a police organization Police Intelligence Know the historical developments of intelligence, principles and functions of intelligence and the intelligence cycle

1.0% 4.0% 1.0%

b.

Understand the conduct of intelligence operations

1.0%

c.

Demonstrate understanding of the principles of codes and ciphers and the rules of encryption

.5%

d.

Discuss counter-intelligence security measures and security operations

1.0%

e. 5. a.

Know the concept and importance of national security Police Personnel and Records Management Discuss the concepts, purpose and functions of personnel management

.5% 4.5% 1.0%

b.

Understand the police personnel programs in relations to pertinent provisions of R.A. No. 6975, as amended by R.A. No. 8551, and NAPOLCOM-issued policies and guidelines

2.5%

c. 6. a.

Discuss the police administration disciplinary system Comparative Police System Know the effects of globalization to police service

1.0% 1.0% .25%

b.

Compare select police models

.25%

c.

Understand the role of INTERPOL, ASEANAPOL and PNP agreements with foreign police organization

.25%

d.

Discuss the participation of PNP personnel in UN Peacekeeping Missions

.25%

PROFESSIONAL REGULATION COMMISSION BOARD OF CRIMINOLOGY TABLE OF SPECIFICATIONS FOR THE SUBJECT: CRIME DETECTION AND INVESTIGATION (New Examination Syllabi Series 2009) Cluster/Subject/Competency

Weight

CRIME DETECTION AND INVESTIGATION

15%

1.

FUNDAMENTALS OF CRIMINAL INVESTIGATION

3.5%

a.

Define/analyze the basic principles of criminal investigation

.4%

b.

Know/explain the legal implication and requirements to be observed in conducting criminal investigation

.5%

c.

Identify/apply the established techniques, tools, SOPs, and phases of criminal investigation

d.

Discuss/appreciate the importance of knowing the systematic method of collecting and preserving evidence and importance of utilizing scientific knowledge in the field of criminal investigation

2.

TRAFFIC MANAGEMENT AND ACCIDENT INVESTIGAT ION

a.

Know the basic concept of traffic enforcement and accident investigation

.4%

b.

Analyze the fundamentals of traffic safety education, etc.

.4%

c.

Define/familiarize with the existing traffic laws, rules, regulations

1.0%

d.

Explain/apply the technical concepts of traffic accident prone

.7%

3.

SPECIAL CRIME INVESTIGATION

a.

Know/familiarize the coverage of the special crime investigation

b.

Identify/apply the special techniques and procedures in conducting investigation on special crime

1.8% .8%

2.5%

2.0% .2% .6%

c.

Describe/apply the best modern investigative techniques in conducting crime scene search, sketch, and care of physical evidence

.8%

d.

Apply the proper collection, handling, documentation, and preservation of all kinds of physical evidence

.4%

4.

ORGANIZED CRIME INVESTIGATION

a.

Define/discuss organized crime

.2%

b.

Know the coverage of transnational crime, terrorism, cyber or technology crimes, organized syndicates and other high profile crimes

.5%

c.

Study the types/modes of operations of the said kind of crime groups

.6%

d.

Know the existing local and international laws that penalizes the commission of organized crimes

.7%

5.

DRUG EDUCATION AND VICE CONTROL

a.

Know the relevance and importance of drug education and vice control

b.

Discuss the ill-effects of drugs in humanity; now drug abuse can be minimized, if not eradicated

2.0%

3.0% .6% .6%

c.

Know the laws affecting drug use, abuse, and vice control

1.0%

d.

Apply the methodology in the treatment and rehabilitation of drug dependents

6.

FIRE TECHNOLOGY AND ARSON INVESTIGATION

a.

Know the basic principles of fire technology and arson investigation

.4%

b.

Discuss the concepts and relevance of the existing laws and regulations on fire prevention including the legal aspect of  arson investigation

.7%

c.

Describe/apply the methods and modern techniques in fire and arson investigation

.5%

d.

Know/analyze the technology and causes of fire

.4%

.8% 2.0%

PROFESSIONAL REGULATION COMMISSION BOARD OF CRIMINOLOGY TABLE OF SPECIFICATIONS FOR THE SUBJECT: CRIMINALISTICS (CRIM) (New Examination Syllabi Series 2009) Cluster/Subject/Competency

Weight

CRIMINALISTICS

20%

1.

PERSONAL IDENTIFICATION

4.0%

a.

Know the historical background and basic principles and significance of fingerprint identification as one of the methods of  identifying persons

.5%

b.

Explain/analyze the different ordinary and scientific methods of personal identification in relation to crime detection and investigation

1.3%

c.

Identify/classify/illustrate the various ridge characteristics and patterns including DNA fingerprinting

1.2%

d.

Describe the recognition, development, and lifting and preservation of latent prints and fingerprint impressions

1.0%

2.

POLICE PHOTOGRAPHY

3%

a.

Know the historical, significance and modern technologies in photography as applied to law enforcement and criminal investigation

.5%

b.

Describe the basic parts of a camera, its accessories, their functions; the different characteristics of films and photographic papers

.8%

c.

Apply the systematic procedures in crime scene photography and demonstrate the basic process of developing, printing, and enlarging of films for court presentation

1.7%

3.

FORENSIC BALLISTICS

4.5%

a.

Explain the importance of forensic ballistics in crime investigation

.5%

b.

Discuss/identify the different types, kinds, make and classification of firearms

1.2%

c.

Classify the different types of ammunition, explosives, and its components

1.0%

d.

Familiarize/apply the scientific procedures involved in the processing of forensic ballistics evidence

1.8%

4.

QUESTIONED DOCUMENT

4.0%

a.

Know/discuss the relevance and role of questioned document examiners in crime detection

.6%

b.

Know/apply the scientific methods of identifying and examining questionable documents that includes typewriting, computerized documents and other modern forms printing

1.5%

c.

Analyze/familiarize with the different instruments used in document examination

.8%

d.

Explain the fact of forgeries, counterfeiting and falsification of documents including those involves public

5.

LIE DETECTION

a.

Know the basic role of polygraphy in crime detection and investigation

.2%

b.

Discuss the significance of studying the human nervous system physiology in relation to lie detection

.3%

c.

Define the principles of each scientific methods of detecting deception in relation to crime investigation

.2%

d.

Apply the legal implication and limitation of polygraphy in criminal investigation and other aspects of law enforcement

.8%

6.

LEGAL MEDICINE

3%

a.

Know/discuss the basic principles in the application of medical science in crime detection and investigation

.6%

b.

Explain/apply the different aspects/methods of examination with regard to death, injuries, abortion, poisoning, etc. whether for  deception detection or not

1.0%

c.

Analyze the legal aspect of violent death, physical injuries, gunshot wounds, etc.

.8%

d.

Know/familiarize with the procedures in the documentation of medico-legal cases

.6%

interest

1.1% 1.5%

PROFESSIONAL REGULATION COMMISSION BOARD OF CRIMINOLOGY TABLE OF SPECIFICATIONS FOR THE SUBJECT: CORRECTIONAL ADMINISTRATION (New Examination Syllabi Series 2009) Cluster/Subject/Competency

Weight

CORRECTIONAL ADMINISTRATION

10%

A.

INSTITUTIONAL CORRECTIONS

5%

1.

Introduction to Corrections

1%

a.

Trace the history and evolution of corrections and appreciate the past and present status of handling prisoners

.20%

b.

Analyze how corrections forms part of the overall criminal justice system

.40%

c.

Explain the concept of punishment, the purposes, justifications and limits of application

.40%

2.

The Administrative Organization and Management of Institutional Corrections a.

Show mastery of the history of prisons and jails in the Philippines

.15%

b.

Explain the role of prisons and jails in treating criminal offenders

.15%

c.

Discuss the organizational structure, powers and functions of the:

.25%

i. ii. iii.

Bureau of Jail Management and Penology Provincial Jails Bureau of Corrections and the functions and responsibilities of their personnel

d.

Analyze the laws creating the city/municipal/district jails under the Bureau of Jail Management and Penology, the provincial jails under the Provincial Governor, and the Bureau of Corrections

.15%

e.

Demonstrate understanding of the classification of prisoners and admission procedures in jails and prisons

.15%

f.

Explain the admission procedures in jails and prisons

.15%

3. Forms of Correctional Treatment Programs

4.

1%

a.

Explain the goals of correctional treatment

.15%

b.

Discuss the forms of correctional treatment programs in jails and prisons

.50%

c.

Evaluate the relevance of these programs to the individual inmate

.15%

d.

Decide the type of treatment programs appropriate to unusual/special inmates

.20%

Institutional Custody, Security and Control of Inmates, Emergency Plans, Movement and Transfer of Inmates

1%

a.

Demonstrate adequate understanding of the principles of custody, security and control of inmates and applications thereof 

.40%

b.

Discuss the disciplinary measures imposed in jails and prisons during:

.30%

i. ii. iii. iv. c.

5.

1%

routine, ordinary confinement days conflagration riots and violent disturbances escapes and jail breaks

Understand the UN Minimum Standards on the Treatment of Offenders and compare with those in Philippine jails and prisons

Penal Provisions on Correction

.30%

1%

a.

Demonstrate basic knowledge of all laws relating to the administration and management of penal institutions

.25%

b.

Compute the Good Conduct Time Allowance

.25%

c.

Explain the criminal liability of inmates in case of escape or evasion of sentence

.25%

d.

Discuss administrative offenses as well as criminal liability of jail/prison personnel

.25%

PROFESSIONAL REGULATION COMMISSION BOARD OF CRIMINOLOGY TABLE OF SPECIFICATIONS FOR THE SUBJECT: CORRECTIONAL ADMINISTRATION (New Examination Syllabi Series 2009) Cluster/Subject/Competency B.

Weight

NON-INSTITUTIONAL CORRECTIONS

5%

1.

1%

1.

2.

3.

Historical Background of Probation Trace the history of probation since its beginning in the 19 century

.25%

b.

Explain the basic concepts, principles and philosophy of the probation system

.25%

c.

Discuss the effectiveness of probation as compared with imprisonment

.25%

d.

Analyze the relationship of Probation with other agencies in the criminal justice system

.25%

Probation Law and Other Forms of Probation in the Philippines

2%

a.

Demonstrate understanding of the provisions of P.D. No. 968 otherwise known as “The Adult Probation Law in the Philippines”

.25%

b.

Discuss the requirements for the grant of denial of probation

.20%

c.

Describe the procedure in the conduct of Post-Sentence Investigation (PSI)

.25%

d.

Analyze the different forms of investigation report and related reports

.15%

e.

Describe probation investigation and supervision

.20%

f.

Identify rights and duties of a probationer 

.20%

g.

Explain the participation of Volunteer Probation Aides

.15%

h.

Discuss the organizational structure, powers and functions of the Probation and Parole Administration

.30%

i.

Explain other forms of probation in the Philippines

.30%

Parole Investigation and Supervision

1%

a.

Distinguish parole from probation

.10%

b.

Discuss the historical development of parole

.10%

c.

Explain the organizational structure, powers and functions and composition of the Board of Pardon and Parole

.20%

d.

Demonstrate understanding of the conduct of parole selection process and hearing

.10%

e.

Describe parole supervision

.25%

f.

Illustrate the coordination of probation, prison and the parole program

.15%

g.

Understand the application of the Indeterminate Sentence Law

.10%

Forms of Executive Clemency a.

4.

th

a.

Differentiate and explain the types of executive clemency: i. Amnesty ii. Pardon iii. Commutation of Sentence iv. Reprieve v. Pre-Release and Diversion

The Future of Corrections

.5%

.1% .1% .1% .1% .1% .5%

a.

Explain the role of Community in Corrections

.10%

b.

Describe the importance of research in corrections

.10%

c.

Analyze the effects to correctional policies of new laws relating to women and children, and illegal drug offenders

.30%

PROFESSIONAL REGULATION COMMISSION BOARD OF CRIMINOLOGY TABLE OF SPECIFICATIONS FOR THE SUBJECT: SOCIOLOGY OF CRIMES AND ETHICS (New Examination Syllabi Series 2009) Cluster/Subject/Competency SOCIOLOGY OF CRIMES AND ETHICS

Weight 15%

1.

INTRODUCTION TO CRIMINOLOGY AND PSYCHOLOGY OF CRIMES

3%

a.

Know the concept of crime and criminology

.2%

b.

Identify and apply theories of crime causation

1.0%

c.

Define crimes

.5%

d.

Identify crime topologies

.5%

e.

Know victimology and its causes

.2%

f.

Exhibit knowledge of criminal law, RA 6506 and related laws

.6%

1.

PHILIPPINE CRIMINAL JUSTICE SYSTEM

3%

a.

Identify the components of criminal justice

.2%

b.

Learn and analyze the criminal justice process

1.0%

c.

Identify the functions of the pillars of the criminal justice system

1.0%

d.

Learn criminal justice planning and research

.4%

e.

Learn current trends in the criminal justice system

.4%

2.

ETHICS AND VALUES

4%

a.

Identify police values and its concept

.2%

b.

Knowledge of professional conduct and ethical standards

2.0%

c.

Learn police community relations

1.5%

d.

Identify and apply the various police community

.3%

3.

JUVENILE DELINQUENCY

2%

a.

Identify the nature and concept of juvenile delinquency

.3%

b.

Analyze home and family conditions and causes of juvenile delinquency

.3%

c.

Learn the Philippine Juvenile Justice System and applicable laws

.8%

d.

Determine laws relating to child and youth

.6%

4.

HUMAN BEHAVIOR AND CRISIS MANAGEMENT

2%

a.

Defining nature and understanding human behavior 

.4%

b.

Analyzing criminal psychology and abnormal behavior 

.5%

c.

Identifying factors affecting social behavior 

.3%

d.

Identifying crisis and proper responses to crisis situations

.8%

5.

CRIMINOLOGICAL RESEARCH AND STATISTICS

1%

a.

Identifying and applying criminological research

.4%

b.

Determining types and methods of research

.2%

c.

Analyzing and interpreting crime statistics

.4%

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