Tracer Study of Criminology Graduates of A.Y. 2019


Authors : Lynsthel M. Repoyo

Volume/Issue : Volume 6 - 2021, Issue 6 - June

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The main objective of this tracer study is to determine the employability status of criminology graduates from 2019 who were employed in the different agencies in line with the law enforcement and public safety practices, and other related fields as well as non-related fields. The study used the descriptive method of research among the 117 graduates of the College who, at the same time, the respondents of the study. Interviews and a survey questionnaire were used to collect data and analyzed using frequency count and percentage. The data revealed that 27 or 23.08% are employed and the rest are currently seeking their desired job. 24 or 28.08% of the employed graduates are currently employed in a job that is related to their field and the remaining employed graduates were employed in the anon-related field. On the other hand, 21 or 17.95% among all employed are permanent on their job and 6 or 5.13% are nonpermanent, 22 or 18.80% of employed graduates achieved their job more than six (6) months and 5 or 4.97 are employed in less than six (6) months of persistent applying. Lastly, 18 or 18.38% of the employed graduates are male and the rest are female. The NEUST Administration should continue to enhance and uplift the Criminology education and further support the needs of the students through sustained delivery of needed equipment and facilities for them to be able to successfully graduate and pass the Licensure Examination for Criminologists. Also, the NEUST Criminology Dean and Faculty should continue to conduct initiatives in reaching out to those graduates who were not able to pass the Licensure Examination for Criminologists and encourage and help them to take the board exam with the hope that they will pass and eventually be able to apply for their desired work. The college of Criminology Dean and Faculty should continue to strengthen its efforts to widely disseminate and encourage the students regarding the other agencies with which they could enter after graduation other than that of the PNP, this way, we could expect to see NEUST graduates in almost all related field of work. Furthermore, the Graduates should aim for reaching higher job positions in their respective jobs, for them to be able to be honored that they are competing in the world of professionals with excellence.

Keywords : Employability, Tracer study, Criminology, Nueva Ecija University of Science and Technology, Philippine National Police

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