Higher learning institutions are constantly upgrading and developing learning and teaching to improve licensure examination performance. One of the strategies being adopted is conducting a review program on the campus. This paper examines the relevance of the Criminology Review Program of the Northern Iloilo Polytechnic State College-Victorino Salcedo Campus, Sara, Iloilo, Philippines. Specifically, this descriptive survey-correlational study focuses on the influence of the respondents' demographic profile to the relevance of the review program in terms of the areas of concentrations in the licensure examination and the difficulty they have encountered in the examination. Research findings revealed no significant difference existed between the level of relevance of the review program and the respondents' demographic profile; while a significant difference was noted between the level of difficulty in the area of Law Enforcement Administration and the number of taking of the examination. A significant relationship existed between the relevance of the review program and the difficulty encountered in the actual board examination. In this regard, an action plan was designed to enhance the passing percentage in the Criminology Licensure Examination.