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The purpose of this course is to educate the student on relevant information regarding how the criminal justice system in the UK works. By studying this course, the student will learn about how all factors of the multi-layered criminal justice system works by learning about the types of crime, people who commit crimes, the victims of crimes that have been committed and more.
- Chapter 1: Social Order Maintenance in Celtic & Roman Britain
- Chapter 2: Inequality before the Law
- Chapter 3: Criminalisation, Victims and the Role of the State
- Chapter 4: Classicism and Positivism
- Chapter 5: The Anglo American Model and the Chicago School of Criminology
- Chapter 6: Anomie, Social Control & Deviant Subculture Theories
- Chapter 7: Administrative Criminology
- Chapter 8: Labelling Theory and Critical Criminology
- Chapter 9: Right Realism
- Chapter 10: Left Idealism and Left Realism
- Chapter 11: Feminist Criminology
- Chapter 12: Ethnicity and Crime
- Chapter 13: Mentally Disordered Offenders and the Criminal Justice System
- Chapter 14: Young Offenders and the Criminal Justice System
- Chapter 15: Children and Criminology
- Chapter 16: Agencies of Social Control
- Chapter 17: The National Probation Service
- Chapter 18: Incarceration and Punishment
- Chapter 19: White Collar Crime
- Chapter 20: Violent Crime
Duration study load
- 200 hours
- No previous knowledge required
- A tutor is available to students
- Certificate of completion
- Once enrolled you will be eligible to apply for a TOTUM PRO student card to enjoy a variety of student discounts across the UK
- This qualification has been developed by NCC to meet the specific needs of our learners and has been accredited by NCFE demonstrating the quality and rigor. NCFE is an awarding organisation recognised by the qualification regulators for England (Ofqual), Wales (Qualifications Wales) and Northern Ireland (CCEA Regulation). This is an unregulated qualification and is not a nationally recognised qualification. On completion of the Customised Qualification, learners will receive a certificate of achievement. The certificate is evidence of the knowledge and skills gained by completing the qualification. This qualification has been accredited by NCFE under the Customised Qualification and the certificate of achievement will be issued directly by NCFE.
Theoretical information is provided throughout the Criminology course, followed by a series of activities and essays that are to be completed and marked by your personal tutor. Each module of the Criminology course contains one 500 word essay plus short questions.
No previous experience or knowledge is required to apply for this course. You can choose when to start the course at any point up to 12 months from initial registration with complete tutor support.
Questions and answers
Certificate of completion
Digital certificate - Included
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