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The inception of the Criminology degree program here at SACLI, through thick and thin, was due to the concepts and convincing proposal of the late CSUPT. Eduardo Pablo Sebastian- a close friend and a buddy to the owner of the school-DR. POTENCIANO A. ANDAMAN, is traced way back on April 15 2005, when the CHED issued the temporary permit to operate. The untimely demise of General E.P. Sebastian caused the Administration to pull-out Mr. Edwin Leaño Sebastian as Chief security officer of the Philippine Planters Product Incorporated to head the College of Criminology. Mr. Edwin L. Sebastian was then designated as the program coordinator-he stood-up and managed the Department in its academic and administrative concerns. Having sixteen (16) students, PSUPT. Rufina M. Baldovino- a Criminologist and a holder of Ph.D. in Criminology too, was designated as the first Dean with Mr. Joseph R. Reyes, also a Criminologist, and a skilled martial artist, as the first Instructor.

On March 23, 2007, SACLI was fully recognized as one of the Schools offering BS Criminology in the country. Having the prestige, the enrollment continues to increase. Atty. Jade A. Andaman, despite of her hectic schedules as Vice President for Legal Affairs, spared her time teaching criminal laws and jurisprudence with other lawyers in the province of Quezon-Atty. Rhaetia C. Abcede, Atty. Rowena V. Arboleda and an LlB graduate-Laurice Ilagan. While, legal medicine was regularly taught by Dr. Rosanno A. Villanueva- a resident medical Doctor of Saint Anne General Hospial (son-in-law of the owner of the school). Professional subjects were taught by; Ms.Elena P. Tuguinay, Ms. Monalee E. Chow, Mr. Joseph R. Reyes. Other technical and Defense tactics subjects were taught by Mr. Edwin L. Sebastian.

Committed to the Vision of the School, the Administration never ceased to re-tool and equip the faculty members and the College of Criminology as a whole. Second semester AY 2007-2008, marks the installation of a new Dean (the second Dean of CoC)- Mr. Randolf A. Guiang, a holder of MS Criminology, hailed academically from the Baguio Colleges Foundation now University of the Cordilleras- A holder of Famers award in Criminology education and widely known as the top – performing school of Criminology in the Philippines. Dean Randolf A. Guiang served SACLI with utmost dedication for almost three years.

In the name of continuity and progress, Mr. Joni L. Pagandiyan, with the promising partnership and aligned vision with SACLI, came as member of the academic community in June 2010. He earned his BS Criminology and M.S. Criminology at the University of Baguio- A pioneering school offering criminology in the cordilleras and known producer of topnotch Criminology graduates in the licensure examination in the country. With his teaching and administrative experience in the schools he had been with, now being the current Dean (third Dean), possesses and shares, his passion and quest with his fellow faculty members in the College of Criminology as well as the whole family of SACLI, to mold and produce topnotch, effective and efficient law enforcement characters in the pursuit of justice.

The College of Criminology is indeed recognized by the Philippine Regulatory Commission (PRC) when the first batch hurdled the board examination. SACLI’s first passer, Ms. Wilna A. Caiña, is now in the PNP. Another humble accomplishment is when the institution bagged 100% passing rate in the April 7,8 & 9, 2010 board examination. Bringing honor and fame to SACLI were newly registered Criminologists- Cairyl Jake D. Abuy, who is now teaching within the institution, and Paul William S. Lincuran who is now vying for slot in the PNP. These are all, at the outset, our battle cry – to elevate SACLI as the seat of academic excellence and sustainable development.



Criminology endeavors to be the cradle of well-rounded personalities ever ready to dispense effective and efficient service in the fields of law enforcement and correctional administration, crime prevention, detection and investigation in the pursuit of justice.


1. To institutionalize academic programs concerning criminology and/or Public Safety geared towards the development of law enforcers thru effective and efficient delivery of learning.
2. To provide quality education which develops outstanding performance, excellence and leadership among students as part of the over all improvement of the Criminal Justice System.
3. Provide students a broad socio-political and cultural background and a vivid understanding of constitutional guarantees and due process required by the law.
4. Inculcate profound insights on one’s moral and legal responsibility to fellow citizens, community and country; and
5. Foster higher concepts of citizenry, accountability and leadership.


The School of Criminal Justice Education (SCJE) started last April 15, 2005 and by virtue of Resolution No. 153-2000, series of 2000, of the Commission en banc, this Government Recognition (GR) is hereby granted to St. Anne College Lucena, Inc. to conduct and operate the Bachelor of Science in Criminology course, effective CY 2008-2009.


School of Criminal Justice Education (SCJE) participated in various international conferences, trainings and seminars, also participated with different NGO’s and community advocacies and posted as Rank 9 of Higher Education Institutions (HEI) with less than 50 examinees in CALABARZON during the October 2016 Criminology Licensure Examination in recognition of the outstanding contribution, achievement and commitment to Professional Criminologist Association of the Philippines, PCAP CALABARZON Chapter. CCJE is also an active member of Philippine Criminal Justice Researchers Society Inc., Council of Dean’s Region IVA CALABARZON and Philippine Educators Association for Criminology Education (PEACE).



Utilize techniques, skills and modern forensic equipment necessary for criminology practice and examination of physical evidences. Demonstrate proficiency in the utilization of investigative techniques, skills and tools to investigate and preserve physical evidence relating to the commission of crime.


School of Criminal Justice Education (SCJE) providing Criminology Interns the opportunity to gain practical/hand-on experience in the field. Enhance the personality, confidence, mediation/negotiation, public relation/communication and critical thinking skills of the Criminology Interns. Inculcate among the Criminology Interns the value of respect for the law and service to the community.

Whereas the six areas focus on the Tri-Bureau’s as follows: Philippine National Police (PNP), Bureau of Fire Protection (BFP) and Bureau of Jail Management and Penology (BJMP) and specialized units such as National Bureau of Investigation (NBI), Crime Investigation and Detection Group (CIDG) and Highway Patrol Group (HPG).


The School of Criminal Justice Education (SCJE) research is focus under the six areas of Criminology such as Criminal Sociology, Ethics and Human Relation, Correctional Administration, Criminalistics, Law Enforcement Administration, Crime Detection Investigation and Prevention and Criminal Jurisprudence, Procedure and Evidence.


The School of Criminal Justice Education (SCJE) is committed to extend its service to the community through Community and Extension Service and Outreach Programs highlighting the different areas of specialization, such as drug education, basic self-defense training, security awareness, health and emergency management, first aid and disaster preparedness training. CCJE is also committed to the different institutional community extension services such as Brigada Eskwela, tree planting, coastal clean-up drive and mangrove nursery for seedling production and gift giving activities.