Practice of Criminology
Section 25. Criminologist Defined. - A criminologist is any person who is a graduate of the Degree of Criminology, who has passed the examination for criminologists and is registered as such by the Board.
Section 26. Practice of Criminology Defined. - A person is deemed to be engaged in the practice of Criminology if he holds himself out to the public in any of the following capacities:
(a) As a professor, instructor or teacher in Criminology in any university, college or school duly recognized by the government and teaches any of the following subjects: (a) Law Enforcement Administration, (b) Criminalistics or Forensic Science, (c) Correctional Administration, (d) Criminal Sociology and allied subjects, and (e) other technical and specialized subjects in the Criminology curriculum.
(b) As law enforcement administrator, executive, adviser, consultant or agent in any government or private agency.
(c) As technician in dactyloscopy, ballistics, questions documents, police photography, polygraphy (lie detection), forensic chemistry and other scientific aspects of crime detection.
(d) As correctional administrator, executive supervisor, worker or officer in any correctional and penal institution.
(e) As a consultant, counselor, expert, adviser, researcher in any government or private 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.
Section 27. Privileges of Licensed Criminologists.- All licensed 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 entry in the Philippine National Police, Bureau of Jail Management and Penology, Bureau of Fire Protection and to government positions as (1)...
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