Crime in all its facets poses a serious threat to national security, public order and social peace. Parallel to the growing complexity of modern economic life and rapid technological advances, white-collar crime is also taking on new forms: cybercrime, international investment fraud, money laundering, corruption and cross-border tax evasion are just a few examples. This has greatly increased the need for trained specialists, especially in law enforcement. The university course therefore aims to offer comprehensive, interdisciplinary additional training that not only delivers decisive advantages for criminal justice enforcement, but also in the areas of compliance, crime prevention, rehabilitation, corrections and juvenile criminal law.
University and college graduates having completed basic studies in any field, people working in the following areas: justice, police, public safety, corrections, probationary service and social professions.