Our experienced team of security, peace and justice studies experts and trainers have designed thorough course modules meant to help individuals become experts in the field of security studies and criminal justice.
Criminal Justice involves the study of crime from a systems perspective. Far from being a narrowly defined law
enforcement or correctional program, our program is an interdisciplinary and professionally-oriented academic discipline concentrating on many aspects of crime and the concepts that impact on our system of justice. To prepare students for the various positions within criminal justice, as well as for graduate education, the program seeks to
develop a broad foundation of knowledge pertaining to crime and its ancillary issues.
Why training with us?
You’ll gain good insight and understanding of the real world, the trends in the field of security operations and management, as well as of the functioning of the judicial system and law enforcement agencies (police, prosecutors, courts, prisons, intelligence agencies, etc).
You’ll understand the role of informal social control mechanisms (families, school, associations, civil-society organizations, and other factors of socialization), and also of the role of institutionalized informal social control mechanisms (mostly detective agencies and private security companies).
The general competencies developed by our graduates are;
The ability to analyze, synthesize, propose solutions, and foresee consequences in the areas of security and criminal justice studies
The ability to master research methods, procedures and processes relevant to the field of security and criminal justice studies
The capability to develop critical reasoning and judgement;
The ability to understand social, psychological, philosophical, economic, historical, legal, and political aspects and implications of criminality and delinquency, and the functions of investigators, prosecutors, other government
bodies, and law enforcement agencies.