What Trainings can you expect at CEFI – College of Criminology?

Criminology students are trained in:

1.    Crime scene investigation techniques (CSI)

  • Police photography
  • Firearms Identification
  • Fingerprint Identification
  • Questioned Document examination
  • Polygraph examination
  • Forensic Chemistry

2.    Philippine Criminal Law and Jurisprudence
3.    Correctional Administration
4.    Arson investigation and fire safety
5.    Security management
6.    Marksmanship and combat gun shooting
7.    Martial arts (hand-to-hand and armed combat)
8.    First aid and basic life saving


CEFI - College of Criminology and Criminal Justice CTS 3:
Polygraph Examination




CEFI College of Criminology and Criminal Justice sponsored the Criminalistics Training Series 3: Polygraph Examination last March 14, 2014. The expert trainer was PSUPT Nelisa O Cruz-Geronimo, Chief, Polygraph Divison, Crime Laboratory Services, Camp Crame, Quezon City.

The program is part of the Student Academic Enhancement Program (SAEP) of the college to bridge classroom instruction with industry practices. Through this program, graduates of CEFI College of Criminology and Criminal Justice will have the competence needed by the industry.


CEFI College of Criminology Criminalistics
Training Series 1




CEFI College of Criminology and Criminal Justice Student Development Program: Criminalistics Training Series 1. A 1 day training program for criminology students in latent fingerprint development given to hone the competence of students in fingerprinting process. The training was in collaboration with the Quezon Province Crime Laboratory Services, Camp Nakar, Lucena City.

CEFI college of criminology knife fighting course




Knife fighting is an integral part of the defensive tactics subjects of CEFI -- College of Criminology and Criminal Justice to expose the students to various armed self-defense. To effectively defend against knife, a student must understand intricate concept of knife fighting.