Philippine School Of Criminology: Case Study In The Philippines

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Felipe Calderon was the first dean and is also the one to established Escula De Derecho De Manila on 1898. DECS memo #21 has successfully revised the criminology program together with great leaders and those experts in the field of the criminology program to its nationwide full implementation. It was then renamed to Manila Law College after the death of Felipe G. Calderon. And in 1953, educational Principles in Criminology was introduced in the Philippines. And in 1954 the new institution was named the Philippine College of Criminology. On July 1973 Congressman TeoduloNatividad sponsored RA 6506 otherwise known as () and was passed into law. The first meeting with the Pillars of Peace was held at the conference hall in Fort Bonifacio. Back then, 1983, 47 criminology schools only existed. By 1987, the number had reached to 64 schools and in the same year, together with the DECS, the first board examination was conducted and was given by Col. Sixto De Leon, Prof. Navarro and Col. Marcelo. The graduates of criminology was given priority in the procurement with the Philippine National Police wherein the PNP became national in scope after the congress approved the 1987 constitution. And after the first board examination the criminology education became in demand. And there was a sudden boom of an approximate 180 schools in the early 90’s, and 184 schools in late 90’s. Statistics shows that criminology program has become popular in the country resulting to the increasing number of

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