|Program Title||Crime Scene|
|Exit Award(s)||Associate Degree / Diploma|
|Academic Unit offering the program||Faculty of Resilience|
|Program Chair||Dr. Khameis Al Abdouli|
|Duration||2 – year Associate Degree / Diploma|
|No. of Credits||60 credits – Associate Degree / Diploma|
|Delivery Site(s)||Rabdan Academy|
|Mode(s) of Delivery||Face-to-Face (maximum of up to 25% online courses)|
|Mode(s) of Study||Full-Time / Part-Time|
The program graduates crime scene investigators who have theoretical knowledge, practical professionally skills, and abilities to coordinate crime scene responsibilities.
The program enhances the knowledge, skills, and standards in crime scene forensics as well as the overall quality of crime investigation within policing organisation in the United Arab Emirates. Graduates have a broad perspective on key theories, models, and issues related to policing operations and crime scene investigation practices. Topics include fingerprinting, photography, and crime scene forensics, management, and coordination.
- Have relevant technological skills, knowledge, and abilities for employment in SSDEC sector.
- Work and communicate effectively in a team to achieve common goals.
- Apply standard, ethical practices, procedures, and technologies to process a crime scene.
- Expand knowledge and capabilities through continuing education, certification, or other lifelong learning opportunities.
- Fulfil civic duties and responsibilities through local, national, or global service.
- Explain the role of crime scene staff in the investigative and criminal justice process
- Define how crime scene investigation contributes to the delivery of operational policing and performance
- Explain the scientific principles which underpin crime scenes investigations
- Analyze a crime scene for investigative opportunities and application of forensic crime scene theories
- Prepare and present appropriate documentation in support of a crime scene
- Demonstrate knowledge and skills to work as an effective team member in respective areas within the crime scene discipline
- Identify areas for personal and professional development within the area of crime scene discipline
Program Courses that are approved for Optional Online Delivery
|CSI223||Introduction to Criminology|
|CSI224||Human Rights, and Ethical Policing|
|CSI222||Law and Criminal Justice Studies|
|SEC290A||Fundamentals of Innovation and Entrepreneurship (Gen Ed – SBS)||3|
|CSI102||Introduction to Crime Scene Forensics||3|
|ARA100||Arabic Studies (Gen Ed – HFA)||3|
|ISL100||Islamic Studies (Gen Ed – HFA)||3|
|SEC100A||Introduction to Academic Studies (Gen Ed)||3|
|CSI223||Introduction to Criminology||3|
|CSI100||Managing the Crime Scene||3|
|CSI224||Human Rights, and Ethical Policing||3|
|CSI221||Effective Crime Investigation||3|
|CSI103||Introduction to Fingerprints||3|
|CSI101||Introduction to Forensic Photography||3|
|CSI215||Crime Scene Forensics||3|
|CSI222||Law and Criminal Justice Studies||3|
|ENG103||General English for Diploma (Gen Ed)||3|
|CSI221||Introduction to Fire Investigation||3|
|CSI216||Fingerprint Evidence – Theory to Practice||3|
|EMS100||Emirates Studies (Gen Ed – HFA)||3|
|MTH101||General Education Mathematics||3|
|CSI214||Crime Scene Forensic Photography||3|