Criminology, Criminal Intelligence And Security Management

This course will be useful to acquire the foundations of Criminology, Criminal Intelligence, and Security Management.
It is structured so that a person with any background can understand it.

The Course is Idea For
This short course is ideal for those seeking to enter into or advance their criminological, criminal intelligence, and security management-related careers in the public and private sectors, as well as professionals already engaged in such fields who seek to enhance their knowledge, critical thinking, and career prospects by undertaking further qualifications.
The course is also of special benefit to anyone wishing to work in operational, tactical, and strategic intelligence, investigations, and security-orientated careers or gain promotion in public, private, or international organisations.
It is ideal for those whose career plans involve effective use of information to support an intelligence-led approach in threat assessments, risk management, and investigations.

Topics To be Covered

Introduction to criminology

  • What is Criminology?
  • Theories in the Study of Criminology
  • Crime, Criminality, and Criminals
  • Are offenders made or born? 
  • Effects of the physical environment on the commission of a crime 
  • How do people learn to be criminals?
  • Why doesn't everyone commit crime? 
  • Law in contemporary society
  • Criminal Justice and Criminal Justice System
  • Defenses in Criminal Law
  • Importance of Criminology
  • Methods used in Criminology

Introduction to Criminal Intelligence

  • Introduction to Intelligence
  • History of Intelligence – Successes and Failures
  • Intelligence Theories and Applications
  • Intelligence strategies, research, and analytics tools
  • Intelligence Analysis
  • Counter-terrorism
  • Intelligence Sharing and Cooperation (e.g. INTERPOL)
  • Policing Investigations and Intelligence
  • Crime scene management
  • Evidence collection and management
  • Identification and forensic procedures

Introduction to Security Management 

  • Contemporary Issues in Crime Safety and Security
  • Goals for security 
  • Concept of Security Management
  • Types of Security Management
    • Physical Security and the Protection of Infrastructure
    • Personnel Security and Human security
    • Information Security/cybersecurity 
    • Cybersecurity for everyone
  • Assessment of Threats to Safety and Security
  • Legal Aspects of Security Management
  • Risk Assessment


  • Possession of basic knowledge in criminology
  • Working in the security sector/law enforcement
  • Grade twelve qualifications (Five “O” levels; credit or better with English language a must)


  • The course will run from 29th April – 24th May 2024

Duration of the Course

  • Four weeks
  • Three hours of classes per day, twice a week (Tuesdays and Thursdays), 17:00hrs – 19:00hrs


  • Exercises, group work, and final exam on the last day


  • The tuition fee for this training is ZMW 3,000. 
  • You are expected to make a payment before the commencement of classes on 29th April 2024.
  • You are required to pay at least 75% or 100% of the tuition fee. 
  • The balance should be paid before the examination. 
  • Kindly note that the tuition fee is inclusive of the application form, training, and examination.


For more details, please get in touch on the following contacts

  • Phone: 097-869-8950 / 0765193108/0977828521
  • Email:

Mode of Delivery

  • Online (ZOOM or GOOGLE MEET)

How to Apply

To enable us process your admission, you are required to upload a copy of your NRC or passport, driving licence and a Grade 12 certificate including any tertiary education documentation if available (certificate, diploma, degree, etc.).

The Bank details will be provided in an email stating your admission.