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Colegio De San Lorenzo Ruiz De Manila of

Northern Samar Inc,


J.P. Rizal St. Catarman N. Samar
Course Syllabus
1st Semester (S.Y.2015-2016)
Forensic questioned document examination
I. Course description:
This pertains to the study of all types of questioned documents. It includes the presentation of several of examination conducted on
questioned handwriting and signature to determine whether or not they were written by one or the same person. It likewise covers the study of
all types of document alterations/obliterations as well as its method of detection. Deciphering of erased entries in the documents and
examination of counterfeit bills are also included. Methods of collection, handling and preservation of questioned documents will also be taken
up.
II. Course unit: 3 units
III. Course duration: 54 hours
IV. Course objectives:
At the end of the course the student shall have:
1. Identified the nature of forge handwriting and signature
2. Describe the various technique of examination conducted on questioned handwriting and signatures for the purpose of determining whether
or not they were written by one and the same person
3. Enumerate the different types of document alteration/obliterations and procedures used for its scientific detection

4. Determine how to decipher erase entries in the document


5. Identified the nature of counterfeit bill as well its scientific detection
6. Familiarize themselves with the standard procedures used in the collection, handling and preservation of questioned document
V. Course content:
Learning outcome

chapter

week

A)Explain the meaning of Chapter 1


document and questioned
document
B)enumerate and explain the
process in scientific method
of examination

A)Determine the history of Chapter 2


paper, ink and alphabet

3 to 4

topic
Introduction
document

Historical
background

Teaching
and Assessment activity
Student output
learning strategy
to Lecture
Daily written examination Answered
Interactive
and recitation
Written examination
discussion
Reporting
/
Multimedia
presentation
Lecture
Interactive
discussion
Reporting
Multimedia
presentation

Daily written examination Answered


and recitation
Written examination
/

A)Enumerate and explain the Chapter 3


classes
of
questioned
document
B)determine the classes of
dispute signature
C)Define the photography
D)Determine the meaning of
questioned document
E)determine the purpose of
photography to questioned
document examination
Chapter 4
F)determine the instrument
and apparatus needed in
questioned
document
examination
A)Determine the basic term
in hand writing
B)determine the development
of handwriting
C)can
explain
the
physiological
basis
of
handwriting
D) Can enumerate and
explain
the
writing
characteristics.
A)determine the basic terms Chapter 5
in handwriting
B)Can explain the principle
in handwriting identification

Various aspect of Lecture


questioned
Interactive
document
discussion
examination
Reporting
Multimedia
presentation

Daily written examination Answered


and recitation
Written examination
/

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10

Daily written examination Answered


The study of hand
Lectur and recitation
Written examination
writing
e
Interactive
discussion
Reporting
/
Multimedia
presentation

Principle involve Lecture


in
handwriting Interactive
identification
discussion
Reporting

Daily written examination Answered


and recitation
Written examination
/

A)can identify a signature


Chapter 6
B)can
detect
a
forge
signature or document
C)Can
enumerate
and
explain the kinds of forgery
D)
Determine
the
characteristics that serve as
the
basis
of
signature
verification.
A)determine the standard Chapter 7
document
B)determine the basic points
to be considered in obtaining
standard

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A)determine BSP bank notes Chapter 8


and coins designs and
security features of the
Philippine

15 to
16

A)determine the historical Chapter 9


background
of
forensic
handwriting examination
B)determine the descriptive
analysis of handwriting

17

12

13
14

18

Detection
examination
forgeries

Multimedia
presentation
and Lecture
of Interactive
discussion
Reporting
Multimedia
presentation

Preparation
of
standard and care
of
handling
documents

Lecture
Interactive
discussion
Reporting
Multimedia
presentation
Money
counter Lecture
feiting
Interactive
discussion
Reporting
Multimedia
presentation
The
ace-V Lecture
methodology
in Interactive
forensic
discussion
handwriting
Reporting
identification
Multimedia

Daily written examination Answered


and recitation
Written examination
/

Daily written examination Answered


and recitation
Written examination
/

Daily written examination Answered


and recitation
Written examination
/

Daily written examination Answered


and recitation
Written examination
/

C)determine
the
specific
description of handwriting
A)can explain the meaning of Chapter
expert testimony
10
B)determine the elements of
effective expert testimony
and proper court room
behaviour
C)determine
the
requirements in order to
become an expert witness

presentation
19

20

Expert testimony Lecture


in court litigation
Interactive
discussion
Reporting
Multimedia
presentation

VI. Course requirements


A. active participation

20%

B. assignment/projects
C. quizzes
D. attendance/behaviour
E. pre-lim/med term/semi final
Total
VII. Instructional materials
A. chart

20%
10%
10%
40%
100%

Daily written examination Answered


and recitation
Written examination
/

B. picture
C. forensic comparator
D. illustration board
VIII. References
Jonas Arabejo Gonzales Forensic questioned document examination
Wisemans books trading 2008
Prepared by:
FRITZ THADDEO T. ATENCIO
Instructor
Check by:
FERDINAND O. TORENO, MCJ
Dean
Colegio De San Lorenzo Ruiz De Manila of
Northern Samar Inc,
J.P. Rizal St. Catarman N. Samar
Course Syllabus

1st Semester (S.Y.2015-2016)


Forensic ballistics
I. Course description:
The course deals with the study of firearms identification with the use of scientific laboratory equipment. the subject gives emphasis on the
study of ammunition(cartridge or rounds),projectiles(bullet, slug, shot or balls)gunpowder, primer and other explosives. it includes also the
principle in the examination of evidence and the preparation of reports for legal proceeding for the solution of cases involving firearms.
II. Course unit: 3 units
III. Course duration: 54 hours
IV. Course objectives:
At the end of the course the student shall have:
1. Explain the importance of forensic ballistics in the of law enforcement in our country
2. Distinguish the different types, kind, make and classification of firearms
3. Name the pioneers on the discovery of firearms, including their respective contributions
4. Classify the different types of ammunition, explosives and its components
5. Compare the class and individual characteristics of firearms
6. Explain the different functions of the various parts of firearms
7. Prepare reports and present ballistics exhibits during court proceeding
V. Course content:
Learning outcome

chapter

week

topic

Teaching
and Assessment activity
learning strategy

Student output

A)determine the history of


Chapter 1
ballistics
B)name the pioneers of
ballistics
C)can enumerate and explain
the branches of ballistics
A)determine the history of
Chapter 2
firearm
B)determine the
classification of firearm
according to internal
construction of the bore, use,
size of the bore, mechanical,
designed and action

A)determine the history of


Chapter 3
cartridge
B)can enumerate and explain
the kinds of ammunition
C)explain the nomenclature
of cartridge
D)determine the function
and the parts of the
cartridge case
E)can enumerate and explain
the types of cartridge case
according to base
configuration and location of
primer

Introduction to
ballistics

firearm

Cartridge

Lecture
Interactive
discussion
Reporting /
Multimedia
presentation
Lecture
Interactive
discussion
Reporting /
Multimedia
presentation

Daily written examination


and recitation

Answered
Written examination

Daily written examination


and recitation

Answered
Written examination

Lecture
Interactive
discussion
Reporting /
Multimedia
presentation

Daily written examination


and recitation

Answered
Written examination

A)Determine the history of


primer
B)determine the parts of
primer
C)can enumerate and explain
the types of priming system
A)determine the history of
projectile
B)can explain the
nomenclature of bullet
C)can enumerate and explain
the types of bullet according
to purpose, base
construction, base shape,
nose construction and nose
shape
A)determine the history of
gunpowder
B)determine the
classification and
composition of a gunpowder
C)can explain the types of
smokeless powder
A)determine the
manufacturing process and
the characteristics of a
firearm
B)can explain the principle of
identification

Chapter 4

primer

Lecture
Interactive
discussion
Reporting /
Multimedia
presentation
Lecture
Interactive
discussion
Reporting /
Multimedia
presentation

Daily written examination


and recitation

Answered
Written examination

Daily written examination


and recitation

Answered
Written examination

gunpowder

Lecture
Interactive
discussion
Reporting /
Multimedia
presentation

Daily written examination


and recitation

Answered
Written examination

Firearms
identification

Lecture
Interactive
discussion
Reporting /
Multimedia
presentation

Daily written examination


and recitation

Answered
Written examination

Chapter 5

projectile

10

Chapter 6

11
12

Chapter 7

13
14

C)determine the problem


encountered in firearm
identification
VI. Course requirements
A. active participation

20%

B. assignment/projects
C. quizzes
D. attendance/behaviour
E. pre-lim/med term/semi final
Total
VII. Instructional materials
A. chart
B. picture
C. forensic comparator
D. illustration board

VIII. References

20%
10%
10%
40%
100%

Jonas Arabejo Gonzales Forensic questioned document examination


Wisemans books trading 2008

Prepared by:
FRITZ THADDEO T. ATENCIO
Instructor
Check by:
FERDINAND O. TORENO, MCJ
Dean

Colegio De San Lorenzo Ruiz De Manila of


Northern Samar Inc,
J.P. Rizal St. Catarman N. Samar
Course Syllabus
1st Semester (S.Y.2015-2016)
Introduction to criminology
I. Course description:
This course is design for the student to classify and analyze different crime trends and patterns, analyze criminological theories, and conduct
research. Topics include the nature of criminology, criminological methods, crime causation, and characteristics of types of crimes and offenders.
The police, courts, and corrections and the effects of the criminal justice system in society are also examined.
II. Course unit: 3 units
III. Course duration: 54 hours
IV. Course objectives:
At the end of the course the student shall have:

1 classify and analyze the different crime types, trends, and patterns in order to facilitate the development of effective criminal justice policies and program
2 classify and analyze the various criminological theories in order to explain the origins of criminal conduct
3 conduct research using appropriate criminal justice-related sources in order to identify and implement effective and ethical criminal
4 justice policies and programs
5 write unified, coherent, and well-supported documents for criminal justice policy and programming purposes

6 classify and analyze the three major elements of the criminal justice system in order to facilitate effective criminal justice management

V. Course content:
Learning outcome

chapter

week

topic

Teaching
and Assessment activity
learning strategy

Student output

A)explain the meaning of Chapter 1


criminology
B)determine
the
scope,
division of the study of
criminology, importance of
studying the criminology,
purpose and the nature of
criminology
C)can explain the meaning of
crime
D)determine
the
criminological classification
of
crime
and
legal
classification of crime
E)can explain the meaning of
criminal
F)
Determine
the
criminological classification
of criminals and criminal
behaviour.
G)can explain the meaning of
victim
H)determine the historical
setting of criminology

Introduction
to Lecture
historical setting
Interactive
discussion
Reporting
Multimedia
presentation

Daily written examination Answered


and recitation
Written examination
/

A)Determine the subjective, Chapter 2


objective and contemporary
approach
B)name the pioneers of
criminology, including their
respective contribution

A)discuss the psychological Chapter 3


criminology and criminal
psychology
B)determine the kinds of
behaviour,
specks
of
behaviour, criminal formula,
determinants of behaviour
and the pattern of criminal
behaviour
C)explain the meaning of Chapter 4
delinquency
D)determine the cause of a
delinquent behaviour
C)determine
the
juvenile
delinquency prevention and
the juvenile justice system

A)discuss
the
organize Chapter 5
crimes
B)discuss the white collar
crimes
C)discuss the conventional

Theories of crime

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Lecture
Interactive
discussion
Reporting
Multimedia
presentation

Criminal
psychology(study
of
criminal
behaviour)

Lecture
Interactive
discussion
Reporting
Multimedia
presentation

Juvenile
delinquency(its
prevention
and
control)

Lecture
Interactive
discussion
Reporting
Multimedia
presentation

Crimes
in
the Lecture
modern world
Interactive
discussion
Reporting
Multimedia

Daily written examination Answered


and recitation
Written examination
/

Daily written examination Answered


and recitation
Written examination
/

Daily written examination Answered


and recitation
Written examination
/

Daily written examination Answered


and recitation
Written examination
/

crimes
D)discuss
the
victimless
crimes
A)can
distinguish
the Chapter 6
deference
between
criminology
and
criminalistics
B)determine the division of
criminalistics
C)can explain the meaning of
criminal investigation
D) Determine the basic
concept,
principles,
the
nature,
goal
and
the
importance
of
criminal
investigation
E)can define the criminal
investigator
F)determine
the
general
principle of investigation,
tools of an investigator,
phases
of
criminal
investigation and the golden
rule of criminal investigation
A)determine the history of Chapter 7
victim and victimology
B)determine the classes of
victim, types of victim,
dynamic of victimization,

presentation

11

Introduction
to Lecture
criminalistics and Interactive
criminal
discussion
investigation
Reporting
Multimedia
presentation

Daily written examination Answered


and recitation
Written examination
/

12

13

Victimology(study
of crime victims)

Lecture
Interactive
discussion
Reporting
Multimedia

Daily written examination Answered


and recitation
Written examination
/

response to victimization,
sociodemographic
characteristics of victim
C)determine
the
victims,
criminal justice system, core
components
of
victim
services,
roles
and
responsibilities of CJS
A)determine BSP bank notes Chapter 8
and coins designs and
security features of the
Philippine

A)determine the historical Chapter 9


background
of
forensic
handwriting examination
B)determine the descriptive
analysis of handwriting
C)determine
the
specific
description of handwriting

14

15 to
16

17

18

presentation

Correction
criminals

of Lecture
Interactive
discussion
Reporting
Multimedia
presentation
The
ace-V Lecture
methodology
in Interactive
forensic
discussion
handwriting
Reporting
identification
Multimedia
presentation

Daily written examination Answered


and recitation
Written examination
/

Daily written examination Answered


and recitation
Written examination
/

A)can explain the meaning of Chapter


expert testimony
10
B)determine the elements of
effective expert testimony
and proper court room
behaviour
C)determine
the
requirements in order to
become an expert witness

19

20

Expert testimony Lecture


in court litigation
Interactive
discussion
Reporting
Multimedia
presentation

VI. Course requirements


A. active participation

20%

B. assignment/projects
C. quizzes
D. attendance/behaviour
E. pre-lim/med term/semi final
Total

20%
10%
10%
40%
100%

VII. Instructional materials


A. chart
B. picture
C. forensic comparator
D. illustration board
VIII. References
Jonas Arabejo Gonzales Forensic questioned document examination

Daily written examination Answered


and recitation
Written examination
/

Wisemans books trading 2008


Prepared by:
FRITZ THADDEO T. ATENCIO
Instructor
Check by:
FERDINAND O. TORENO, MCJ
Dean