NGO:Human Finding

John F. Burgos

Activista Cuántico
Promotor de Proyecto

John F. Burgos (CEO) is an entrepreneur and consultant in the area of ​​investigation, intelligence and private security. His life in the security field began in 1992, providing personal security to senior business executives. In 2007, he took the private intelligence course at the Drakonx Academy and other related programs in Colombia: research graduates, cognitive media and the accusatory criminal system at the University of Medellín. At this same institution, he completed a diploma in the Prevention of Risk in Money Laundering and terrorist financing program. At the Higher School of Criminology in Medellín, he took basic and advanced fingerprinting courses, interview techniques and interrogations in the new accusatory criminal system, seminars and conferences in branches related to criminalistics.

He is a tireless student of criminology and its related branches. Lecturer and Author of several writings based on the study of deviations in human behavior. In 2009, he began a criminological study looking for the origin of the deviations, and in turn, viable and achievable solution proposals in the face of the various manifestations that derive from this phenomenon. In 2017, bringing together the full potential of knowledge and experiences, he created the “Human Finding Project”, and in 2020 he launched a first series of books; «University Political Party – University Political Constitution – Code of University Social Control», promoting with them the direct participation of the universities as guarantors for the creation of new models for the three branches of power; executive, legislative and judicial. Her theory supports her in discovering the greater control and overcoming of behavioral and behavioral deviations that university teaching possesses.


  • Conferences, seminars and intensive courses.


  • Origin, history, evolution and treatment of deviations in behavior and human behavior.

Target audiences

  • Addict rehabilitation centers.
  • Penitentiary centers.
  • Juvenile reformatory centers.
  • Secondary schools.
  • Technical, technological and university institutes.
  • Groups in the health sector.
  • Business groups.
  • General public.

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