Wednesday, August 6, 2014

20 Philippine Government Agencies Criminology Graduates Can Apply for

A blog reader recently commented if he could apply for jobs in Department of Agrarian Reform (DAR), Bangko Sentral ng Pilipinas (BSP) and Department of Interior and Local Government (DILG).  He is a Criminology graduate who would like to work in the Philippine government.

According to Dr. Ruben A. Sta Teresa, a Criminology graduate would most often look for jobs in the following Philippine government agencies:
1. Philippine National Police (PNP)
2. Bureau of Jail Management & Penology (BJMP)
3. Bureau of Fire Protection (BFP)
4. Armed Forces of the Philippines (AFP)
If we talk about what Philippine government agencies, Criminology graduates can also work for:
5. Parole & Probation office (PPO)
6. Bureau of Corrections (BUCOR)
7. Commission on Human Rights (CHR)
8. Bureau of Customs (as customs police)
9. Philippine Drug Enforcement Agency (PDEA)
10. National Bureau of Investigation (NBI)
11. Department of Foreign Affairs (DFA) (as document examiners and investigators)
12. Department of Finance Investigation Division (DOF)
13. Bangko Sentral ng Pilipinas (BSP) (as security and investigation department)
14. Immigration and Deportation Bureau
15. National penitentiary across the country like provincial jails under the provincial governments
16. Maritime Industry Authority (MARINA) (as investigators or maritime police)
17. Land Transportation Office (LTO) (as investigators and field inspectors or officers)
18. Department of Labor and Employment (as sheriff)
19. Department of Environment and Natural Resources (DENR) (as forest officers or guards)
20. Philippine Coast Guard
Your career choices, too, are actually not limited to being a police officer. Here are the other positions your course is best suited for:
1. Professor, instructor or teacher in Criminology in any state university, college or school duly recognized by the government. You can teach the following subjects:
     - Law Enforcement Administration
     - Criminalists
     - Correctional Administration
     - Criminal Sociology and allied subjects, and
     - Other technical and specialized subjects in the Criminology curriculum provided by the Department of Education.
2. Law enforcement administrator, executive, adviser, consultant or agent in any government agency
3. Dactylographer
4. Ballistician
5. Questioned document examiner
6. Law enforcement photographer
7. Lie detection examiner
8. Probation officer
9. Security officer
10. Criminal investigator
11. Police laboratory technician
12. As correctional officer or administrator, executive supervisor, worker or officer in any correctional and penal institution.
13. Counselor, expert, adviser, researcher in any government agency on any aspects of criminal research or project involving the causes of crime, juvenile delinquency, treatment of offenders, police operations, law enforcement administration, scientific criminal investigation or public welfare administration.

Meanwhile, in the private sector, Criminology graduates usually apply for positions in the security industry such as:
1. Security officers,
2. Security guards and
3. Private detectives or investigators.

But the reality is you can also apply for the following positions:
4. In-house mall investigators
5. International air lines ground officers and investigators
6. International airport security officers and plain clothes investigators
7. Private commercial bank credit and loan investigators
8. General managers and directors of private security industry
9. Security chiefs and supervisors in international industry
10. Commercial airlines ground investigators
11. Forensic ballistics expert
12. Asset Protection Associate
13. Security Manager
14. Loss Prevention Supervisors
15. Inspectors

In other words, Criminology graduates are not limited to the security industry when talking about jobs in the private sector. In general, you will also be able to find a job in financial fraud investigation and prevention, retail investigation, forensics, and insurance fraud investigation and prevention.


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