Dyesebel L. Chinayo, MAEd
Rose Marie C. Detran, MS Crim
The main objective of this study is to look into the number of criminology graduates from 2001 to 2006 who were employed in the different law enforcement agencies, both in public and private, and in related and unrelated employment. Interviews and a questionnaire were used to collect data. Only 38.47% of the alumni were successfully traced and 92.58% of this is employed. Most are employed at the Philippine National Police and a small percentage is in different law enforcement agencies such as the Bureau of Jail Management and Penology, the Bureau of Fire Protection, the Armed Forces of the Philippines and security agencies. The academe turns out to be one of the promising employment locations of the criminology graduates. They are employed instructors or deans of criminology schools. The results also reveal that there is a significant difference in the employability of criminology board and non-board passers.
Source: UB Research Journal, Vol. XXXII, No. 1, January – June 2008