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The Institute is all embracing in security matters and Justice Administration. However, the coming of this Institute is timely considering the reform agenda of the Federal Republic of Nigeria which have infiltrated in reforming and restructuring the Nigerian Police Force and other arms of the Armed Forces, including Prison administration.
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Membership can be gained by passing the Institute’s Professional Membership Qualifying Examination, and fulfilling the practical experience requirement. There are 4 grades of membership with corresponding designatory letters to use after the member’s name as follows: Associate(AICJC), Member(MICJC), Fellow(FICJC), and Graduate(GICJC).
In pursuing our objectives and to ensure that our desired impact and influence in creating a fair and better criminal justice system in Nigeria is achieved
Institute of Criminal Justice and Criminology Administration (ICJCA), the foremost professional body that is all embracing in security issues and its allied, in the African content. Established in 2012 and presently expanding our membership tentacles for chartering in the nearest future, the Institute is the first security professional Institute in Nigeria with core competence in Law enforcement, Probation and Parole, Corrections. Hence, the term Criminal Justice refers to an area of knowledge concerned with understanding and controlling of crime through the Law enforcement agencies, Courts and Correction. It is an interdisciplinary field that drew much upon the knowledge basis of Sociology, Psychology, Law, Public policy and other related disciplines to develop insights into the causes and prevention of criminal behavior.
Top of the agenda in our public advocacy is to sponsor and conduct research into some of the challenges in our Justice System and Criminology administration confronting our country. This will impact greatly in the much talked about corruption bedeviling the country.
In order to achieve these set objectives, the importance of the cooperation, motivation and commitment of the Institute’s management Staff and indeed, of all members of the Institute, cannot be overemphasized. Management and staff have the sole responsibility of implementing the policies and decisions of Council and making the Institute work seamlessly. In this respect, we will encourage, motivate and reward excellence in service while incompetence, dishonesty, fraud, truancy and any other unethical workplace practice would be sanctioned. I urged the members of the staff who have been majorly responsible for the recent successes recorded by the Institute to continue to put the interest of the Institute above all other interests. If we can borrow from Trump’s mantra, all of us members, principal officers and staff must put the ICJCA first.
ICJCA will arguably become the richest organization in Nigeria. This is not in terms of monetary but in terms of members’ transparent display of Fidelity, Bravery, and Integrity which stands as her motto. It is in this regard that we call on our members to be more active and participative in the Institute’s activities. Please bring us your suggestions on what we need to do that we are not doing, or what we are doing that can do better. Propose programmes or project you can collaboratively execute with the Institute. And avail your Institute of your knowledge, expertise, and experience when we call upon you for help, as we aim at making the ICJCA the security think thank contributory to the security architecture of the nation.
In keeping with the words and spirit of our national anthem, we must always acknowledge and appreciate the “labor of our heroes’ past”. In this respect, we wound initiate the “ICJCA, we care” programme.
In closing this address, I must acknowledge the contributions and support of members of my family, friends, colleagues and neighbors. In particular, I must express my thanks to my two wives both late and alive, my children, brothers and sisters, my friends and classmates in the various institutions I attended or in which I have worked, for their contributions to my personal and professional development. I must thank many others, my children’s friends, neighbours in church, society members, for the courtesy of their presence at this ceremony. Much more, than ever before, I need your continued support and prayers