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ANGELES UNIVERSITY FOUNDATION

Angeles City
COLLEGE OF CRIMINAL JUSTICE EDUCATION

Dear Respondent,

Greetings!
We are the 4th year students of AUF College of Criminal Justice
Education. We are currently working for our undergraduate thesis
entitled THE RESPONSIVENESS OF THE CRIMINOLOGY CURRICULUM IN VIEW OF
GLOBALIZATION, CURRENT DEVELOPMENT OF EDUCATIONAL SYSYTEM, AND ISSUES
CONFRONTING CRIMINOLOGY EDUCATION IN REGION III, PHILIPPINES, for this
is a partial requirement for the degree of Bachelor of Science in
Criminology.
At this juncture, may we request that the questions, as stated in
the questionnaire-checklist attached may be answered with utmost
sincerity and to the best of your knowledge. Rest assured that whatever
data gathered herein shall be kept confidential and shall be dealt with
utmost professionalism.
Thank you so much for your time and consideration, we are hoping
that this would merit your cooperation and assistance.

Yours truly,
Melchor John Mina

Mylyn Sunga

Alexandra Baltazar

Gutierez Armel

Jace Diamond Miranda

Recommended by:

Noted and Approved by:

Rhem Rick N. Corpuz, Ph. D Crim

Lucia M. Hipolito, Ph,D. Crim

Adviser

Dean, CCJE

ANGELES UNIVERSITY FOUNDATION


COLLEGE OF CRIMINAL JUSTICE EDUCATION
ANGELES CITY, PAMPANGA, PHILIPPINES
-QUESTIONNAIRE CHECKLISTINSTRUCTIONS
Kindly accomplish this questionnaire checklist completely and as truthfully,
honest and straight forward as much as possible. The data herein provided shall be
treated with utmost confidentiality and professionalism. Mark the circle [ ] which
corresponds to your answer and write the appropriate response legibly on blanks
provided.
Instrument No. 1
PROFILE OF THE RESPONDENTS

Name of Respondent: _______________________________ Date: _____________________


Year Level:________________________________________ School Year: _______________
School Name:______________________________________
Location:_______________
Gender:
[ ]Male

[ ]Female

[ ] 21-below
[ ] 41-50

[ ]21-25
[ ]51-55

Age:
[ ]26-30 [ ]31-35
[ ]56-60 [ ]61-65

Marital Status:
[ ]Single
[ ]Single Parent
[ ]Legally Separated

[ ]Married

[ ]36-40
[ ]65-above
[ ]Widow

Educational Status:
[ ]Baccalaureate
[ ]Masters Units
[ ]Masters Degree
[ ]Doctoral Units
[ ]Doctorate
[ ]Student
[ ]High school Graduate
Economic Status:
[ ]5,000 below
[ ]5,000 24,000

[ ] 24,000 above

Type of Family:
[ ] Nuclear Family
[ ] Single Parent Family
[ ] Extended Family
[ ] Childless Family

[ ] Stepfamily
[ ] Grandparent Family

Instrument No. 2
AMENDMENT OF REPUBLIC ACT 6506
Direction: Please evaluate the amended R.A 6506 using the scale below:

1. Amendment of the syllabi and tables of specifications of the


subjects for the licensure examination/s in consultation with
the academe and the Commission on Higher Education
(CHED).
2. Under the bill, the subjects for licensure examination for
criminologists shall include but not be limited to Criminal
Jurisprudence and Procedure, Law Enforcement
Administration and Crime Detection and investigation,
among others
3. Another provision is to implement the Continuing
Professional Education (CPE) for the development of the
professional competence of criminologists
4. All registered criminologists shall be exempt from taking
any other entrance or qualifying government or civil service
examinations and shall be considered civil service eligible
to the following government positions, among others: (I)
Dactylographer; (2) Ballistician; (3) Questioned Document
Examiner; (4) Forensic Photographer; (5) Polygraph
Examiner; (6) Probation Officer; (7) Parole Officer; (8)
Special Investigator, and other position involving the
practice of criminology..
5. Registered criminologists shall enjoy priority of appointment
and shall not be required to take qualifying or entrance
examinations in the PNP, the NB1, the Bureau of Jail
Management and Penology (BJMP), the Bureau of Fire

Disagree Strongly 1

Indicators

Strongly Agree
Agree
Disagree
Strongly Disagree

Disagree 2

Amendment of Republic Act 6506

Interpretation

Agree 3

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2
1

Numerical
Equivalent
3.25-4.00
2.50-3.24
1.75-2.49
1.00-1.74

Agree Strongly 4

Scale

Protection (BFP), the Land Transportation Office (LTO), the


Department of Justice (DOJ); to the Commission on Human
Rights (CHR); the Office of the Ombudsman; the Philippine
Ports Authority (PPA); the Commission on Elections
(COMELEC); the Bureau of Treasury (BoT); the Philippine
Amusement and Gaming Corporation (PAGCOR; the
Armed Forces of the Philippines (AFP); the Bureau of
Immigration (BOI); the Bureau of Customs (BoC); the
National Police Commission (NAPOLCOM); the Intellectual
Property Rights Office; the Philippine Drug Enforcement
Agency (PDEA); the
Public Attorney's Office (PAO);
government-owned and -controlled corporations and other
government agencies with positions involving the practice
of criminology.
6. Registered criminologists shall be eligible and given
preference for appointment as Police or Jail Inspectors

Instrument No. 3
AMENDMENT OF REPUBLIC ACT 8551
.
Direction: Please evaluate the amended R.A 8551 using the scale below:

1. Criminologist shall be the ONLY qualified applicant to


enter the PNP in its LINE FUNCTIONS such as patrol,
traffic and investigation.
2. Other applications may join the administrative service
or support units in lines of the PNP with their profession
i.e. nurses are only to be assigned to the health
service.
3. Criminologists must be considered as PRIORITY in the
lateral entry positions.
4. Criminologists should be limited to laboratory works i.e.
Criminalistics work.
5. Criminologists should be appointed to the initial rank of
Police Inspector similar to graduates of PNPA.
6. R.A. 8551 should be amended as to height
requirements 5 and 2 inches for males and 5 feet for
females.

Disagree Strongly 1

Indicators

Strongly Agree
Agree
Disagree
Strongly Disagree
Disagree 2

Amendment of Republic Act 8551

Interpretation

Agree 3

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2
1

Numerical
Equivalent
3.25-4.00
2.50-3.24
1.75-2.49
1.00-1.74
Agree Strongly 4

Scale

Instrument No. 4
SEPARATION OF FORENSIC SCIENCE, CORRECTIONS, LAW ENFORCEMENT AND
SECURITY SUBJECTS
Direction: Please evaluate the Separation of Forensic Science, Corrections, Law Enforcement
and Security subjects using the scale below:

Strongl 1
y

Strongly Agree
Agree
Disagree
Strongly Disagree

Disagr 2

Separation of Forensic Science, Corrections, Law


Enforcement and Security subjects
1. The subjects on Criminalistics such as Forensic
Photography, Legal Medicine, Forensic Chemistry,
Questioned Documents, Dactyloscopy, Forensic
Ballistics, and Polygraphy should be excluded from the
Criminology Curriculum.
2. The subjects on Law Enforcement Administration such
as Industrial Security Management, Police Planning,
Police Patrol, Police Personnel and Records
Management, and Comparative Police System.
3. Corrections subjects should be retain in Criminology
Curriculum.
4. There must be separate four year course in the
Industrial Security Management.
5. There is a need to separate of Forensic Science,
Corrections, Law Enforcement, and Security subjects
so that Criminology Graduates will be marketable
abroad.
6. The separation of Forensic Science, Corrections, Law
Enforcement and Security subjects will synchronize
Philippine Criminology to International Standards.

Interpretation

Agree 3

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2
1

Numerical
Equivalent
3.25-4.00
2.50-3.24
1.75-2.49
1.00-1.74

Strongl 4

Scale

Instrument No. 5
CREATION OF A PARTY LIST FOR CRIMINOLOGIST

Direction: Please evaluate the creation of a party list for criminologist using the scale below:

1. A party list is needed to voice out the sentiments and


grievances of criminologists in Congress.
2. A party list is not needed as there are proper venues for
airing grievances directly to the Professional Regulation
Commission.
3. The party list must be represented by a criminologist
elected by Criminologist during the PCAP convention.
4. The party list should have three representatives in case it
wins a seat in Congress,
5. Criminologist do not need a party list as they are not
considered marginalized.
6. Before the creation of a party list there is a need to
institute structural and organizational changes in the
PCAP.

Disagree Strongly 1

Indicators

Strongly Agree
Agree
Disagree
Strongly Disagree

Disagree 2

Creation of a Party List for Criminologist

Interpretation

Agree 3

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Numerical
Equivalent
3.25-4.00
2.50-3.24
1.75-2.49
1.00-1.74

Agree Strongly 4

Scale

Instrument No. 6
PERCEPTION ON THE CRIMINOLOGY COURSE

Direction: Please evaluate the perception on the criminology course using the scale below:

1. Criminology is an interesting course


2. There is a great demand for criminology graduates in
the Philippines
3. Majority of criminology graduates join the PNP
4. Criminologists have a high paying job
5. Criminology graduates can proceed to other field of law
enforcement.
6. Criminology as a course is attractive to graduating high
school students
7. Our subjects covered necessary skills and knowledge
for our profession
8. Criminology graduates can proceed to law school
9. The college needs a competent and full-time
instructor that can balance the theories and
applications
10. Our OJT should not be limited to police work
11. The course can be best understood if we have
adequate facilities and equipment
12. Qualifications for entrants (Freshmen) should be set
high
13. Hands-on experience of what has been discussed is

Disagree Strongly 1

Indicators

Strongly Agree
Agree
Disagree
Strongly Disagree
Disagree 2

Perception on the Criminology Course

Interpretation

Agree 3

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2
1

Numerical
Equivalent
3.25-4.00
2.50-3.24
1.75-2.49
1.00-1.74
Agree Strongly 4

Scale

needed
14. Scientific inquiry is needed to remain competent in the
field
15. The course requires physical and mental endurance

Instrument No. 7
THE CRIMINOLOGY CURRICULUM

Direction: Please scale the box which corresponds to your answer:

1. provide an adequate program of education for human and


2. implement
the specific objectives of the institution
national development
3. Implement the specific objectives of the schools
4. provide
forprograms
interdepartmental
relationships
on the
academic
(Liberal Arts,
Commerce,
etc.)
5. insure
that level
the subjects correspond to the descriptions as
curriculum
6. require
sequence
subject
that is logical and realistic
given inathe
bulletin of the
institution
7. insure that the required prerequisites are included in the
8. provide
programadequately
of studies for field experience (practicum directly
9. promote
of the
specific
objectives
of the are
related tothe
thefulfilment
professional
role
for which
the students
10. provide
for
a
periodic
reassessment
of
the
program
of
course through a suitable system of electives
11. involve
studies the faculty and alumni in the formulation and the
12. involve
the upper-class
students
in the re-evaluation of
re-evaluation
of the program
of studies
the program of studies

Disagree Strongly 1

Indicators

Strongly Agree
Agree
Disagree
Strongly Disagree

Disagree 2

The Criminology Curriculum should .

Interpretation

Agree 3

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Numerical
Equivalent
3.25-4.00
2.50-3.24
1.75-2.49
1.00-1.74

Agree Strongly 4

Scale

Instrument No. 8
THE REVISION OF THE CRIMINOLOGY CURRICULUM

Direction: Please scale the box which corresponds to your answer:


Interpretation

Units
Indicators
1. COMS1001Academic and Professional
Communication and Criminology
2. CRIM1101Crime
3. CRIM1102Criminal Justice System
4. JUSS1000An Introduction to Justice and
Society
5. LEGL1101Australian
Justice System
6. LEGL1102 Contentious Justice Issues
7. FACH1701 Introduction to Forensic
Science
8. CHEM1201
General Chemistry
9. CHEM1202 Chemistry for the Life
Sciences Psychology 1A
10.PSYC1101
11.PSYC1102 Psychology 1B
12.CRIM2201 Crime and Punishment
13.CRIM2202 Policing and Law Enforcement
14.CRIM2204 Criminal Process and the
Courts
15.LEGL2110
Access to Justice: Policy and
Reform
16.CHEM1201
General Chemistry
17.CHEM1202 Chemistry for the Life
Sciences Crime Fiction and Film: From
18.ENGL2130
Poe to the Postmodern
19.FACH1701
Introduction to Forensic
Science

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Strongly 1
Disagree

I am in favor of the revision of the curriculum to


include the following subjects:

Disagree 2

Strongly Agree
Agree
Disagree
Strongly Disagree

Agree 3

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Numerical
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3.25-4.00
2.50-3.24
1.75-2.49
1.00-1.74

Agree Strongly 4

Scale

20.FACH2702 Chemical Criminalistics


21.HIST2043 Terrorism and Society in
Modern Europe
22.LEGL2116
Young People and the Law
23.LEGL2117 Miscarriages of Justice Australia, Canada,
Britain
24.LLAW3271
Research
Methods 1
25.PSYC1106 Personality and Social
PsychologyHuman Development
26.PSYC2021
27.PSYC2019 Sociology of Deviance
28.WMST2015 Sex, Gender and the Law
29.CRIM3302 International Criminal Justice
30.JUSS3333 Seminar in Justice Policy
31.LEGL3113 Socio-Legal Research Methods
32.CRIM3203 Corporate Crime
33.CRIM3301 Crime, Law and Trauma
34.CRIM3011B Psychology, Crime and the
Law
35.CRIM3303
Current Issues in Criminal
Justice
B
36.BIOL3793 Biological Criminalistics
37.BIOL7731 Evidence Evaluation
38.CRIM3203 Corporate Crime
39.CRIM3301 Crime, Law and Trauma
40.CRIM3303 Psychology, Crime and the
Law
41.CRIM3011B
Current Issues in Criminal
Justice B - Organized
Crime and Criminal
42.FACH2702
Chemical Criminalistics
43.ITAL3215 The Italian Mafia: Origin and
Representations
44.JUSS3300
Justice Policy Work Integrated
Learning Research Methods 2
45.PSYC2018
46.PSYC3004 Applied Cognitive Psychology
47.PSYC3008 Advanced Social Psychology

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