Criminology & Profiling + Forensic Science Online Learning Bundle!

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Option 1: Criminology & Profiling Online Course
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  • Understanding criminology and profiling provides a backbone for 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.

In this course, you’ll learn:

  • 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

  

Option 2: Forensic Science Online Course
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  • Forensic science has become the modern “smoking gun” to help solve many of these cases.

In this course you will learn how:

  • Forensic science developed and its roles in police work and solving crimes
  • Evidence such as blood and fingerprints can be analyzed and used as evidence
  • To determine how long someone has been dead, even for a very long time
  • Powerful DNA evidence is to catch a criminal
  • Forensic scientists apply their expertise in court
  • Forensic scientists work in different roles and settings

 

Option 3: Criminology & Profiling + Forensic Science Online Learning Bundle
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  • Buying the course and planning to move? No problem! You can access the course from anywhere in the world.
  • You’ll be assessed as you progress throughout the course and you can easily track your progress and marks in your user area.
  • You can buy the course now but start the course anytime within the one year period
  • You’ll get access to detailed video tutorials, practical examples, and really useful tips



 
 
See below for course outline!

With up to 94% off, know the basics and solve crimes! 

 

 CRIMINOLOGY & PROFILING

Module 1: Introduction

  • What is a 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

  • Misdemeanors and felonies
  • Personal crimes
  • Property crimes
  • Inchoate crimes
  • White collar crimes

Module 4: Violent Crimes

  • Murder
  • Sexual assault
  • Assault

Module 5: Punishment

  • Fines and sanctions
  • Prison
  • Death penalty
  • Parole and probation

Module 6: Forensic Science

  • What is forensics and where did it start?
  • Forensic pathology and autopsies
  • Toxicology
  • Ballistics
  • Forensic anthropology
  • Fingerprints

Module 7: Profilers

  • Criminal profilers – who they are and what they do
  • Howard Teten
  • John E. Douglas
  • Robert Ressler
  • Other notable profilers

Module 8: Phases Of Profiling

  • Examination of evidence
  • Classification of evidence
  • Reconstruction
  • Examining the offender’s signature
  • Generating a profile

Module 9: Victimology

  • Victims
  • Consequences of crime for victims
  • Victim proneness
  • Victim facilitation
  • Victim rights

Module 10: Famous Case Studies

  • Jack the Ripper
  • Charles Manson
  • Al Capone
  • Other notable criminal cases
 
FORENSIC SCIENCE  

Module 1: Historical Development And Role Of Forensic Sciences

  • Introduction to forensic sciences and basic principles
  • Special areas and contributions of the forensic sciences
  • Development of medico-legal investigation
  • Forensic pathology and toxicology

Module 2: The Crime Scene

  • Processing the crime scene
  • Reconstruction of the crime scene
  • Legal considerations of the crime scene
  • Using science to link crimes
  • The significance of physical evidence

Module 3: Fingerprinting

  • Fundamental principles of fingerprinting
  • Classification of fingerprints
  • Methods of detecting and preserving fingerprints
  • Digital imaging techniques
  • Automated Fingerprint Identification Systems (AFIS)
  • Case study: product tampering and Stella Nickell

Module 4: DNA Analysis

  • The nature of DNA
  • Collecting DNA samples
  • DNA Typing
  • Analysis of DNA evidence
  • The Combined DNA Index System (CODIS)
  • Case study: the exoneration of Earl Washington

Module 5: Toxicology

  • What is forensic toxicology?
  • Techniques used in toxicology
  • The significance of toxicological findings
  • Toxicology and identification of poisons
  • Toxicology and identification of drugs

Module 6: Arson And Explosion Investigations

  • The Chemistry of Fire
  • Investigating the Fire Scene
  • Type of Explosions
  • Collecting and Analyzing Explosives
  • Case Study: Is Daniel Dougherty Guilty of Arson?

Module 7: Serological Evidence

  • The Nature of Blood
  • Stain Patterns of Blood
  • Forensic analysis of blood, semen, and other bodily fluids
  • Collection and Analysis of Rape Evidence

Module 8: Firearms

  • Forensic ballistics
  • Gunpowder residue
  • Bullet and cartridge casing comparisons
  • Striations and tool marks
  • Gunshot wounds
  • Case study: family murderer Christopher Vaughn proven guilty

Module 9: Time Of Death Determinations

  • Stages of decomposition
  • Body temperature calculations
  • Stomach contents
  • Decomposed skeletonized remains
  • Forensic entomology (insects)
  • Case study: the murder of Leanne Tiernan

Module 10: The Forensic Scientist As Expert Witness In Court

  • Preparation for testimony
  • Testimony and cross-examination
  • Admissibility of Scientific Evidence
  • Ethical Considerations

Module 11: Collaboration In Criminal Investigations

  • Working with detectives
  • Working with forensic psychologists
  • Working with the prosecutor or defense
  • Conducting research
  • Lecturing and consulting

 

 

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