Criminology & Profiling

International Open Academy
Online
Precio Emagister

£ 299 - ($ 7,798) £ 29 - ($ 756)
IVA inc.

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  • Curso
  • Online
  • 50 horas de estudio
  • Duración:
    60 Days
  • Cuándo:
    A definir
  • Campus virtual
  • Envío de materiales didácticos
  • Servicio de consultas
Descripción

Understanding criminology and profiling provides a backbone to understanding the motivation of criminals, and prepares you to catch them before they cause more harm. This constantly growing field is producing police officers, investigators, and forensics experts who are more adept than ever at tracking down wrongdoers and bringing them to justice. Why wait around and watch as everyone else jumps into your dream career? Whether you are looking to change careers, or you are a student looking for his or her first career, our online Criminology and Profiling course is specifically designed to give you the background you need to get started on your new life. The best criminologists are people who are:

Dedicated
Ready and excited to help people
Interested in how the human mind works
Intrigued by difficult puzzles

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¿Qué objetivos tiene esta formación?

If any of these describes who you are or who you would like to be, you need to enrol in our online Criminology and Profiling course right away. Our course will teach you everything you need to know about:

The basics of criminology
The different philosophies of understanding crime
The different types of crimes, the levels of severity, and the appropriate punishment
Forensic sciences and how to use them
The mind of the criminal
Famous criminals and their profiles
Regardless of where you are in life, our online Criminology and Profiling course will set you on the path to your dream career.

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Instalaciones

Dónde se imparte y en qué fechas

Inicio Ubicación
A definir
Online

¿Qué aprendes en este curso?

Criminology
Criminology

Programa académico

Module 1: Introduction
What is crime?
What causes crime?
Introduction to profiling
Why is profiling important?

Module 2: Schools of thought
Classical
Positivist
Chicago
Theories of social structure
Symbolic interactionism
Individual theories
Biosocial theories

Module 3: Types and levels of crime
Misdemeanours and felonies
Personal crimes
Property crimes
Inchoate crimes
Statutory crimes

Module 4: Violent crimes
Murder
Sexual assault
Assault
Autopsies

Module 5: Punishment
Fines and sanctions
Prison
Death penalty
Parole and probation

Module 6: Forensic science
What is forensics and where did it start?
Toxicology
Ballistics
Anthropometry
Fingerprints
Modern forensics

Module 7: Profilers
Walter C. Langer
James A. Brussel
Howard Teten
Richard Walter and Robert D. Keppel
John Douglas and Robert Ressler
David Canter

Module 8: Phases of profiling
Examination of evidence
Classification of evidence
Reconstruction
Examining the offender’s signature
Generating a profile

Module 9: Victimology
Victims
Criminal consequences
Victim proneness
Victim facilitation
Victim rights

Module 10: Famous case studies
Jack the Ripper
Florence Maybrick
Charles LeFarge
The Black Dahlia
Al Capone
Charles Manson
Ted Kaczynski
John Wayne Gacy
Ted Bundy