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1 Better Best Diploma in Criminal Justice Accredited Private FET College Registered at the Department of Higher Education and Training. Reg. No. : 2009/FE07/ Milner road, Paarden Eiland Lafarge Building, 4 th Floor Phone: / Fax:

2 Criminal Justice NQF level 6 diploma Entrance Requirements Grade 12/Senior Certificate, or any equivalent qualification as prescribed (FETC (V) level 4 Program Duration Minimum: 3 years Maximum: 6 years HOW TO REGISTER Register by submitting the following documents either online or at the registration office: 1) Completed application form (available online and at the registration office 2) Certified copy of highest school certificate or statement of symbols 3) Certified copy of ID document Bursaries Application: Learners who wish to apply for bursaries can do so by completing the bursary application form and scheduling a bursary applicant interview at the registration office. Bursaries are only available for top applicants, and will require applicants to continuously adhere to minimum results standards as dictated by the bursary agreement. Study loan Application: Study loans are available to applicants. Better Best registration office will be able to guide application through this process. Page 1 of 19

3 Qualification Overview The Diploma in Criminal Justice is an accredited qualification by CHE (Qualification Number 79466) as a Level 6 on the NQF and bears 374 credits. The composition of the Diploma is as follows: 1 st Year 1st semester 2 nd semester General Management Concepts of Policing 1 Business Communication Security practice 1 Business Law Crime scene management Computer Skills 2 nd Year 1 st semester 2 nd semester Criminal Law 1 Concepts of Policing 2 Law of Procedure and Evidence Management of the Patrol function Security Practice 2 Criminal Law 2 3 rd year 1 st semester 2 nd semester Crime prevention Crowd Management Project management Business Ethics (2014) Business Ethics Security Practice 3 (2014) Page 2 of 19

4 Further your career by articulating into one of the following programs after completing the Criminal Justice Diploma with Better Best Programs on offer by various Universities across South Africa with special reference to the University of South Africa (UNISA) Advanced Diploma Diploma in Policing National Diploma: Security Risk Management National Diploma: Policing Bachelors Degree Bachelors of Arts in Police Science Bachelors in Police Practice BA Degree Several course offerings as part of the department of criminology and criminal justice BTECH B Tech Policing The student can articulate into any field of his/her choosing at any University of his/her choosing. Fee Structures Total Fee Deposit Instalment R Per Year R R Per Month Page 3 of 19

5 The intention of the Diploma in Criminal Justice is to: Promote the development of knowledge, skills and values that are a prerequisite in the private and public policing field as well as the other spheres of Criminal Justice. Assist learners to realize their full potential in this field. Provide opportunities for people to progress to levels of recognition and possible progression to higher levels of learning within the safety and security and justice industries. Contribute to the professionalising of private and public law enforcement. Provide a learning programme that would assist industry leaders to establish a clear career path for law enforcement practitioners. To create an awareness about the functioning and structuring of Criminal Justice components in a democratic society Criminal justice, with reference to law enforcement officials is a demanding career requiring exceptional skills and knowledge. This qualification is directed at the public and private security industry as well as the broader field of policing, justice and corrections. Security and risk control practices is fast becoming a specialised field of study in safety and security in South Africa. Law enforcement investigators, analysts and response officers should be able to manage the primary and secondary functions within the sphere of policing in the public and private policing environment. Learners will be required to integrate this required core knowledge in society and effectively execute their functions. There is definitive escalating demand for professionally trained, practically orientated and knowledgeable law enforcement officers. Page 4 of 19

6 Private policing (security) is by far the largest sector in terms of numbers in the broader field of "policing" in South Africa. Indications are that the private law enforcement industry and governmental policing agencies will in future work more closely together in an effort to stem the unacceptable level of crime. It is therefore imperative that the private and public spheres of policing align their qualifications, as many of the issues that impact on the public law enforcement agencies also have a direct influence on the private law enforcement industry. This qualification is career directed. Private sector law enforcers are offered the opportunity to enter the field of policing or to establish a private enterprise in the field of security. Apart from following a career as a private or public law enforcement officer, successful learners will also be able to articulate to related fields of study such as criminology and more specifically that of a police, traffic, metropolitan police or security officer. Learners studying towards this qualification will find that the acquisition of the numerous competencies in the qualification will add value to their understanding of any of these sectors and functioning in the work place. It will provide for consolidation of the broad knowledge, skills and values needed in criminal justice. This Diploma: Criminal Justice is designed to provide opportunities for the qualifying learner to access positions in: Safety and security. Various sectors within the broader context of policing. It is also of benefit to practitioners within the public and private security and law enforcement industry and the Criminal Justice environment as a whole Page 5 of 19

7 Learning strategy Content based. Content of the course material is theoretically based and teaching is facilitated by means of contact sessions, group discussions and role-play sessions. Practical application As this qualification is offered at Higher Educational (tertiary) Level, which is Exit Level Outcomes based, no practical component will officially form part of the facilitation. Where needed role-play exercises like for example mock courtroom sittings is done during official classroom sessions. Better Best Educational Projects Cape Town Address 16 Milner Road Paarden Island Lafarge building 4 th Floor Phone : / Fax Page 6 of 19

8 EXPOSITION OF THE DIPLOMA IN CRIMINAL JUSTICE MODULES First Year 1st semester General Management A manager may be responsible for one functional area, but the General Manager is responsible for all areas. A general manager is any executive who has overall responsibility for managing both the revenue and cost elements of a company's income statement, known as profit & loss (P&L) responsibility. A general manager usually oversees most or all of the firm's marketing and sales functions as well as the day-to-day operations of the business. Frequently, the General Manager is responsible for effective planning, delegating, coordinating, staffing, organizing, and decision making to attain desirable profit making results for an organization. In this unit we will focus on important aspects related to management in general terms. The following aspects will be addressed in this module Study unit 1: Organisational behaviour Study unit 2: Leadership Study unit 3: Planning Study unit 4: Organising Study unit 5: Control Study unit 6: Creative problem-solving and decision-making Study unit 7: Change management Study unit 8: Communication Study unit 9: Strategic thinking Study unit 10: Conflict management Page 7 of 19

9 Business Communication Business Communication refers to any communication used to promote a product, services, or an organization with the objective of making a sale or rendering a service. In business communication, a message is conveyed through various channels of communication including internet, print (publications), radio, television, outdoor, and word of mouth. In businesses, communication is considered core among business, interpersonal skills and etiquette. An effective and efficient communication system requires managerial proficiency in delivering and receiving messages. A manager must discover various barriers to communication analyze the reasons for their occurrence and take preventive steps to avoid those barriers. Thus, the primary responsibility of a manager is to develop and maintain an effective communication system in the organization. In this Module we will discuss the following topics related to Business communication in particular and communication in general. Unit 1 Contextualisation of business communication. Unit 2 Business communication defined Unit 3 Business communication concepts Unit 4 Channels for business communication Unit 5 Methods of business communication Unit 6 A model of effective communication Unit 7 Business communication barriers Unit 8 Protection of business information Business Law In this Module we will give you a basic introduction to Business Law and link our discussion with all the relevant topics which is essential to make the functioning and structuring of businesses viable. The course elaborates on aspects such as the South African legal system and legal concepts, general Principles of the South African Law of Contract, sale, lease and insurance contracts, employment, work, mandate and agency contracts. We also dwell on the South African Law of Delict and the South African law relating to the typical forms of businesses and their taxation. The legal concepts applicable to corporeal and intellectual property, Page 8 of 19

10 payment and security are discussed. We conclude with elements of competition, consumer and internet law as it affects businesses Study unit one: South African legal system and legal concepts Study unit two: Principles of the South African law of contract Study unit three: sale, lease and insurance contracts Study unit four: employment, work, mandate and agency Study unit five: the south african law of delict Study unit six: south african law relating to typical forms of businesses Study unit seven: property, payment and security Study unit eight: elements of consumerism Computer Skills Unit 1: Introduction and basic principles of a computer Unit 2: Microsoft word Unit 3: Working in a word document Unit 4: Formatting text Unit 5: Borders, bullets and breaks Page 9 of 19

11 2 nd semester Concepts of Policing 1 In this Module a distinction between police and policing will be drawn. The emphasis is being placed on the South African Police Service as a policing structure. Learners are thought to analyse policing issues in order to broaden their perspective on policing issues in particular and criminal justice and community safety related topics in general. The aim of this module is to develop an understanding, competencies, and an attitude supportive of the Constitution and the Bill of Human Rights, towards the process of policing. This includes professional behaviour of policing officers within the whole sphere of policing. Aspects such as fundamental, structural and functional policing are presented in such a way that it includes professional conduct of police officials in the performance of their duties The following topics are addressed in this Module Unit 1: The Concepts Police and Policing Unit 2: The Role of Police in Society Unit 3: The South African Police Service as a National Police Service Unit 4: Policing in a Democracy Unit 5: Policing Styles Unit 6: Community Policing Unit 7: Problem-Oriented Policing (POP) Unit 8: Partnership Policing Unit 9: Sector Policing Security practice 1 In this Module we a basic introduction to Private Security Practice, the principles and elements of security and various fields of security within an organisation is provided. Attention is also paid to the value of security laws in support of law-enforcement by the security officer, the constitutional principles of security, reactive security (investigation of crime) and the responsibility of the investigating security officer. Qualified learners should on completion of this module be able to apply their skills in security in either the public or private sectors In this Module we discuss the following topics Page 10 of 19

12 Unit 1 Principles and Elements of Security Unit 2 Training of private security officers. Unit 3: Personnel Security Unit 4 Implementation of communication security Unit 5 - Technological Security Unit 6 Security administration Unit 7: The Code of conduct for private security officers Crime scene management In the investigation of crime, the role of the crime investigator is of utmost importance. The crime investigator has to ensure that the crime scene is properly investigated, that the witnesses and suspects are properly questioned and that physical evidence found at the crime scene is effectively collected, packed, marked and forwarded to the forensic experts for the necessary analysis. If the processing of the crime scene is done in accordance with these basic principles, the scales of justice will, in the end, swung in favour of the perpetrators being convicted. For the investigator to be able to do just that, proper management of the crime scene as well as the total investigative process is necessary. In this Module we tried to introduce learners to the basic investigative management principles and how to utilise these principles in the successful investigation of crime. This study guide is aimed at the crime investigator who is in daily contact with crime and crime scenes at grassroots level. This study guide will therefore enable you as crime investigator to make a direct and continuous contribution to the daily management of crime investigations. The following topics are discussed in this Module Study Unit 1: Basic Principles of Crime Investigation Study Unit 2:Identify the nature of the scene in relation to the crime committed Study Unit 3:Processing of the crime scene Study Unit 4: Recording the crime scene Study Unit 5: Writing statements and reports Page 11 of 19

13 2nd year 1 st semester Criminal Law Crime is considered by most South Africans to be a major problem in our country. The law that defines crime and provides for the punishment of criminals is called the criminal law (statutory law is part thereof). Since the crime problem is considered such an important national problem, it is necessary for every South African to know something about our society s attempt to deal with crime. Criminal law is one of society s lines of defence against those people who would harm society by injuring other people or taking their property. Applying the criminal law is one important process in maintaining order and making people feel secure about their persons and possessions. In order to understand criminal and statutory law, learners must understand something about crime (such as the elements, principles and purposes) and the reasons for punishment. It must also be kept in mind that the other processes in the criminal justice system, such as procedures for preventing and investigating crime, arresting and prosecuting criminals, convicting and sentencing offenders, as well as punishing and treating them, will be dealt with in the other modules. In this Module we will give you an exposition of the general principles of Criminal Law 1 (Unit 1). The nature of legal rules and the sources of SA Law will be explained in detail. We will discuss the role of decided cases (Case law) in criminal law (Unit 2) the principle of legality (unit 3) the elements of a crime (Act) (Unit 4) unlawfulness (Unit 5) criminal responsibility (Unit 6) the penalty clause (Unit 7) and elaborate on the grey areas (Unit 8) in criminal Law. More detailed discussions on specific crimes will be dealt with in detail in Criminal Law 2. Unit 1: Introduction to criminal law Unit 2:South African criminal law Unit 3: The principle of legality in criminal law Unit 4: Elements of crime: the act Unit 5:Elements of crime: unlawfulness Unit 6: Elements of crime: criminal responsibility Page 12 of 19

14 Unit 7: Elements of crime: penalty clause Unit 8: persons involved in crimes Law of Procedure and Evidence In any democratic society, the rule of law (and the due process of law) is the only legal way in which legal action can be taken against someone breaking the law. There are 2 very important principles applicable to the rule of law firstly one is innocent until proven guilty (by the state) this aspect is dealt with by the Criminal Procedure Act (55 of 1977) and secondly he who alleges, must proof which deals with the Law of Evidence. The Criminal Justice System consists of certain processes and a structures which forms the backbone of the due process of law. In this Module we will highlight these two aspects. The South African society seeks justice, security, safety and freedom from crime. It wants a criminal justice system that instills confidence and certainty that it will deal with and prevent victimisation. In doing so the criminal justice system will have to function as a system in itself not a system with subsystems (the police, justice and corrections) which endeavours to achieve their own goals. In this Module we deal with the following subjects. Part A Law of Criminal Procedure Unit 1: General principles of the law of criminal procedure Unit 2: The pre-trial phase Unit 3: The arraignment phase Unit 4: The trial phase Unit 5: The sentencing phase Part B Law of evidence Chapter 1: The role of the law of evidence within the Legal system Chapter 2 Cautionary rules Chapter 3: Hearsay evidence Chapter 4: Evidence on character 5 Opinion evidence 6 Similar facts Page 13 of 19

15 7 previous consistent statements 8 refreshing of memory 9 admissions and confessions 10 competence and compellability 11 real evidence Security Practice 2 The aim of this unit is to introduce the student to the elements and objectives of environmental design. The student will also learn about the physical or psychological obstructions and the different techniques (mechanical and technical) that can be used to remove or minimise opportunities for prospective criminals to commit crimes. This involves not only removing opportunities that exist or could be created by outsiders or visitors to a building, but also removing opportunities for employees to commit crimes. The National Crime Prevention Strategy, (NCPS) (South African Police Service) which was introduced in 1996, adopted the Four Pillars Approach to crime prevention. It is however important for the student to know that the second pillar in the NCPS is to reduce crime through environmental design. The high incidence of many forms of crime is partly due to an environment that provides ample opportunities for crime and where risks of detention or prosecution are low. In South Africa household security, customer security in retail stores and security within business enterprises or organisations are examples of areas in which environmental design plays a part. In this Module we place the emphasis on the following topics. Unit 1: Security through environmental design Unit 2: Three lines of defence in security by means of mechanical crime prevention Unit 3: Integrated security technology Unit 4: Security Laws Unit 5: Principles of Constitutional Security Page 14 of 19

16 2 nd semester Concepts of Policing 2 Police (as a structure- like the South African Police Service) and policing (as a function) is interwoven with many other concepts. These concepts are interrelated and some of them cannot exist in isolation. A police service must perform certain functions to justify their existence in society. The object of policing is not absolute. It is not concerned with law enforcement at the cost of social order, but rather with the execution of law in the interest social order. Objectives determine an institution's specific sphere of operation, but this does not mean that in attempting to achieve such objectives (to ensure a safe and secure society), there are no restrictions on the actions of police officials. In this Module we will have a look at the following concepts which will address tis aspect. Study unit 1: Concepts related to the field of study of policing Study unit 2: Policing as a science Study unit 3:Relationship between policing and other science Study unit 4 Fundamental policing Study unit 5 Functional policing Study unit 6: Problematic issues associated with policing (Police Community relations, accountability and unionism) Management of the Patrol function The primary task of police institutions is to protect life and property against any possible violation of law and in failure to to this, then to restore order. This important function is carried out by means of preventative methods (i.e. proactive measures) directed solely at the prevention of a possible crime situation i.e. to eliminate the opportunity to commit crime. The logic behind this is quite simple. If a police officer (patrol officer) is visibly present, a potential criminal will not commit a (further) crime. In other words, there is no opportunity to commit a crime. Officers should, by being visibly on patrol or performing supervision duties, create the impression of being omnipresent (always present everywhere). In this Module we will address the following aspects: Page 15 of 19

17 Unit 1: Unit 2: Unit 3: Unit 4: Unit 5: Unit 6: Short-Term Crime Prevention The Process of Planning as management tool Decision-making and problem-solving The patrol function Coordinating patrol activities Supervising the patrol function Criminal Law 2 The successful adjudication of cases relies heavily on the correct interpretation and the applying of laws in a democratic society. The law per se is not intended merely to restrain people's behaviour; it acts in addition to maintaining order, as protection against the conduct of others. This protective attitude on the part of government lies in the constitutional acceptance of the delegated task of protecting the rights of every citizen against unlawful interference by others. The maintenance and protective aspects of the law, are implicit in the police role, which centres on activities intended to eliminate or minimise latent threats to society and on the informal resolution of conflict in relationships. Unit 1: Crimes against the administration of justice Unit 2: Crimes against life Unit 3: Crimes against bodily integrity and dignity Unit 4: Sexual offences and crimes against mortality Unit 5: Crimes against property Unit 6: Crimes against the safety of the state Unit 7: Some Statutory Provisions Page 16 of 19

18 3 rd year 1 st semester Crime prevention The vision statement of the NCPS acclaims that South Africa shall be a society where its inhabitants can pursue their daily lives in peace and safety, free from undue fear of crime and violence. It shall be a society in which the fundamental rights of the individual are effectively protected with the support and cooperation of fellow citizens. Economic development amongst all sectors shall be unhindered by fear, and South Africa shall attract the confidence of investors and the interest of tourists (NCPS, 1996: 5). In order to achieve this ideal concerted efforts should be made to address not only the symptoms but also the causes of crime. In this Module we will discuss the following topics Unit 1: Elements of crime prevention Unit 2: Roles in crime prevention Unit 3: The Process of Planning in crime prevention Unit 4: Co-coordinating and Communicating Crime Prevention Strategies Unit 5: Short-Term Crime Prevention: Patrolling Unit 6:Medium-Term Crime Prevention: Environmental Design Unit 7:Long-Term Crime Prevention: Education and Problem-Solving Project management Project management has several significant characteristics which are interrelated to one another. To understand the value of project management, it is necessary to understand the fundamental nature of a project; the core characteristics of project management processes; how success is evaluated, the roles, responsibilities, and activities of a project manager and the expertise required; and the context in which projects are performed. Project management is an interrelated group of processes that enables the project team to achieve a successful project. These processes manage inputs to and produce outputs from specific activities; the progression from input to output is the basis of project management and requires integration and repetition. Page 17 of 19

19 In this Module the following topics will be discussed Unit 1: Introduction to project management Unit 2: Objectives of project management Unit 3: Establishing project methodologies Unit 4: Initiate the project Unit 5: Planning the project Unit 6: Execution and delivery of the project Unit 7: Project review and closure Business Ethics Business ethics (also corporate ethics) is a form of applied ethics or professional ethics that examines ethical principles and moral or ethical problems that arise in a business environment. It applies to all aspects of business conduct and is relevant to the conduct of individuals and entire organizations. Ethics implicitly regulates areas and details of behavior that lie beyond governmental control. The emergence of large corporations with limited relationships and sensitivity to the communities in which they operate accelerated the development of formal ethics regimes. In this Module we discuss the following topics Study unit 1: Fundamental anchoring Study unit 2: Business ethics and leadership Study unit 3: Ethical positioning and design Study unit 4: Ethics and processes Study unit 5 Business-ethical transgressions, causes and dynamics Study unit 6 The consequences of unethical leadership and business practices Study unit 7 Countering unethical conduct - upholding business ethics Page 18 of 19

20 2 nd semester Crowd Management A democratic society presupposes the right of the individual to protest peacefully on any issue. The principle underlying the law allows individual freedom to be exercised, provided the law is not breached. Yet the maintenance of order during any public event such as political demonstrations, marches, protests, sporting events, pop concerts and carnivals has always been one of the most sensitive problems facing the police. For a number of reasons crowds are usually perceived as a potential law and order problem. At the simplest level there are problems of routing and maintaining traffic flow and access for emergency services. Crowds also attract petty criminals because there are situational opportunities such as anonymity for exploitation and petty crime. However, in some circumstances crowds present problems of an entirely different magnitude and type and can be perceived as posing a threat to the authority of the state. In this Module we discuss the following topics Study unit one: Orientation Study unit two: Crowd behaviour Study unit three: Types of crowd Study unit four: Riots Study unit five: Demonstrations Study unit six: Principles of crowd control Study unit seven: Big events management Security Practice 3 (Principles and Elements of security) The module Security Practice 3 (2014), of which unit 1 is of an introductory unit, is primarily aimed at empowering you to be able to undertake a security risk analysis exercise and then to be able to identify appropriate security measures (solutions) in order to offer protection from identified risks. The relationship that exists between the concepts asset, security, risk, vulnerability and money forms the corner stone on which security is based. The one concept exercises an effect on the other concepts. A change in one concept will thus exercise a reciprocal change in the other concepts Page 19 of 19

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