Diploma in Law Enforcement Administration


(PA1577) JPT/BPP(K)1000-600/B266 Jld.3(39)-9/17

security-lawIn the Diploma in Law Enforcement Administration programme offered by Saito College, you will be provided with the skills and knowledge in various aspects of law enforcement, criminal law and related areas. It is specifically geared towards providing students with an understanding in criminology, criminal law and practices, security crisis management, administrative law, security threats and liabilities and the criminal justice system.

Student will also be trained in leadership, teamwork and investigation techniques. Through this course, you will be shaped to become one rank above the rest and have a higher possibility of success in the entry-level employment stage in a range of security management and law enforcement occupations.

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Entry Requirements

SPM or GCE "O" Levels or U.E.C SM3 3 credits or equivalent


Academic and Career Progressions



Course Structure

  • Year 1
    Mata Pelajaran Pengajian Umum 1
    Principles of Management
    Intro .To Crime and Society
    English Language
    Intro. To  Law Enforcement
    Intro. To Security Management
    Intro. To Information Technology
    Intro. To Human Resource Management
    Mata Pelajarana Pengajian Umum 2
    Principles of Organizational Behaviour
    Mata Pelajaran Pengajian Umum 3
    Business Communication
    Intro. To  Criminal Law


  • Year 2
    Computer Security Threats and Liabilities
    Critical & Creative Thinking
    Security Risk Management
    Intro. To Criminal Justice System
    Investigation Techniques
    Intro. To Administrative Law
    Security Crisis Management
    Intro. To Psychology
    Security & Intelligence   Operations
    Internship/Industry Placement


  • Year 3
    Mata Pelajaran Pengajian Umum 4
    Physical Security Management
    Crime Scene Investigations
    Decision Making & Control
    Ethics in Law Enforcement