Philippine College of Criminology
Former name
Plaridel Educational Institution
TypePrivate Non-sectarian higher education institution
Established1954; 70 years ago (1954)
FounderJustice Felix Angelo Bautista
PresidentMa Angelica Lei G. Bautista
Sta. Cruz, Manila
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ColorsCardinal Red Grey

The Philippine College of Criminology (PCCR) is a private, non-sectarian, coeducational secondary and higher education institution located in Quiapo, Manila, Philippines. It is currently led by Ma. Angelica Lei Bautista as president.[1]


Former Supreme Court Justice Felix Angelo Bautista founded the Philippine College of Criminology in 1954.[2] It is the pioneer school of criminology for scientific crime detection and police science education in the Philippines.[3]

The school currently offers doctorate, master and bachelor's degrees in criminology, and high school diploma. It also conducts review classes for Licensure Examinations in Criminology.

Notable alumni


  1. ^ "Manila Bulletin - PCCR to grant tuition discounts to dependents of BFP-NCR personnel". Retrieved October 31, 2018 – via PressReader.
  2. ^ "e-Learning goes cyber-criminology |". Retrieved October 31, 2018.
  3. ^ "Manila Bulletin - Professional Regulatory Board of Criminilogy gets new appointees". Retrieved October 31, 2018 – via PressReader.
  4. ^ "Yul Servo at the crossroads |". Retrieved October 31, 2018.