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Criminology:Criminology is the scientific study of crime, its causes, prevention methods, and anything related. Criminologists work through various means to control, reduce, and prevent crime within civil society. It's a disciplinary field between social science and behavioural science, drawing expertise from fields as diverse as psychology, biology, and philosophy.

This Criminology:Criminology course will give you the discipline for and understanding of Criminology:Criminology. In this program, you will learn about crime,causes of crime,violence and many more.This Criminology:Criminology course will also discover different theories of criminology including Eyesenck theory, criminology related issues such as aggression violence, mental health.

Criminology and criminal justice is a hot field, and your understanding of the causes of crime and the ripple effects it has on society as a whole could put you at the forefront of an exciting Criminology career. Be sure you're ready with Criminology course designed to help you succeed.

By studying this Criminology:Criminology course, you'll extend your understanding of why individuals and organisations break the law. You'll be well prepared for a Criminology career in developing solutions to a range of problems associated with crime and criminality in a diverse set of industries.

Make yourself more marketable and put your career in high gear with the Criminology:Criminology course from Frontier Education. In our online Criminology:Criminology course, you’ll learn the key Criminology:Criminology skills most in-demand today.


3h 14m
    • 1: 1. welcome vid crime psy 02:41
    • 2: 2. What is crime 08:55
    • 3: 3. stats 09:14
    • 4: 4. causes crime 10:52
    • 5: 5. Violence 10:21
    • 6: 6. Property Crime 05:24
    • 7: 7. Eyesenck theory 15:15
    • 8: 8. Agression Violence 09:21
    • 9: 9. PD Mental Health 13:17
    • 10: 10. Schizo 08:06
    • 11: 11. ASPD 08:59
    • 12: 12. Psychopathy 07:27
    • 13: 13. BPD 07:11
    • 14: 14. BPD _ Crime 06:28
    • 15: 15. NPD 08:56
    • 16: 16. bipolar 05:31
    • 17: 17. stalking sex offence 07:24
    • 18: 18. Sex offence 06:05
    • 19: 19. PD _ sex offence 03:05
    • 20: 20. Murder 07:02
    • 21: 21. Capable murder 07:35
    • 22: 22. Serial Mass murder 08:12
    • 23: 23. common charac killers 06:40
    • 24: 24. Prevention 07:44
    • 25: 25. Final Crime Psy 02:04

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This Criminology:Criminology course is intended for anyone with an interest in Criminology:Criminology and it does not require any previous expertise or knowledge of Criminology:Criminology . We will explore the key ideas, models, and findings of the main criminology & personality theories, including mental health & crime, severe crime & personalities, borderline personality disorder, and prevention & conclusion.

Whether you’re a newcomer in criminology or already have an established role within your company, this Criminology:Criminology course can provide you with the digital Criminology education you need to help your Criminology career or organisation thrive.

Whether you’ve been tinkering with criminology for your business already or are completely new to the field of Criminology:Criminology, you’ve come to the right place. This Criminology:Criminology course, developed by experts, includes an industry-relevant curriculum designed to prepare you for a role in criminology.

This Criminology:Criminology course was designed to give you the tools and strategies you need to create a measurable impact in your career — whether your impact goal is to get a job, to enhance skills, or to make a positive difference in some other way.


SECTION 1: Criminology:Criminology:Intro to Criminology:

  • Criminology:Criminology:Introduction to the course
  • Criminology:Criminology:What is Crime & Criminology?
  • Criminology:Criminology:Current Crime Stats
  • Criminology:Criminology:The current causes and explanations for C behaviour

SECTION 2: Criminology:Criminology:Criminology & Personality Theories:

  • Criminology:Criminology:Understanding violence (forms, types)
  • Criminology:Criminology:Understanding property crime
  • Criminology:Criminology:Eysenck’s Theory of Criminal Personality
  • Criminology:Criminology:Why people become aggressive and violent: causation

SECTION 3: Criminology:Criminology:Mental Health & Crime

  • Criminology:Criminology:Personality Disorders & Attachment Styles
  • Criminology:Criminology:Schizophrenia & Criminal Behaviour
  • Criminology:Criminology:Antisocial Personality Disorder (ASPD)
  • Criminology:Criminology:Psychopathy & Crime
  • Criminology:Criminology:Borderline Personality Disorder (BPD)
  • Criminology:Criminology:BPD & Crime
  • Criminology:Criminology:Narcissistic Personality Disorder (NPD)
  • Criminology:Criminology:Bipolar Disorder & Crime Behaviour

SECTION 4: Criminology:Criminology:Severe Crime & Personalities:

  • Criminology:Criminology:Stalking & Sex Offending
  • Criminology:Criminology:Who are the ‘sex offenders’?
  • Criminology:Criminology:Personality Disorders & Sex Offending
  • Criminology:Criminology:Murder & Risk Factors
  • Criminology:Criminology:Is anyone capable of murder?
  • Criminology:Criminology:Serial and Mass Murder
  • Criminology:Criminology:Common characteristics of serial killers

SECTION 5: Criminology:Criminology: Prevention & Conclusion:

  • Criminology:Criminology:Is it possible to prevent criminal behaviour?
  • Criminology:Criminology:Conclusion of the course

Enhance your career opportunities.

After completing this Criminology:Criminology course, you will be able to develop your existing Criminology:Criminology career, move into a role within the Criminology:Criminologysector or work within a general management position. Students will be equipped with the knowledge, skills, awareness and confidence to be highly effective Criminologists and professionals able to influence organisational strategy and practice.

Day to day tasks of Criminologist professional

In this role you could:

  • Criminology:Criminology: research the reasons why people commit crime
  • Criminology:Criminology: advise policy makers in the justice and policing systems
  • Criminology:Criminology: analyse data from surveys and intelligence to spot trends
  • Criminology:Criminology: work on crime reduction and rehabilitation programmes
  • Criminology:Criminology: recommend ways to improve the effectiveness of punishments
  • Criminology:Criminology: visit prisons and probation services to speak to offenders and ex-offenders
  • Criminology:Criminology: attend conferences and present research findings
  • Criminology:Criminology: teach students at college or university

Who is this course for?

Skills required required in Criminology:Criminology related careers:

  • Criminology:Criminology: Critical thinking, evaluating and analysing criminological theory and research
  • Criminology:Criminology: Quantitative and qualitative research methods skills that will enable you to evaluate and analyse complex criminological problems.
  • Criminology:Criminology: Team work, computing and digital skills.
  • Criminology:Criminology: Synthesise complex arguments and evidence to better understand crime in society and challenge common assumptions.

Who employs Criminology graduates?

Examples of employers looking for graduates with Criminology skills:

  • Criminology:Criminology: National Crime Agency
  • Criminology:Criminology: HM Prison & Probation Service
  • Criminology:Criminology: HM Revenue and Customs
  • Criminology:Criminology: UK police force
  • Criminology:Criminology: MI5

Other potential opportunities include:

  • Criminology:Criminology: Charity worker
  • Criminology:Criminology: Counsellor


  • Criminology:Criminology: Forensic scientist
  • Criminology:Criminology: Paralegal
  • Criminology:Criminology: Solicitor
  • Criminology:Criminology: Social worker
  • Criminology:Criminology: Youth worker

Typical employers include universities and schools if you go into research or teaching.

  • Criminology:Criminology: Community worker
  • Criminology:Criminology: Correctional officer
  • Criminology:Criminology: Crime analyst
  • Criminology:Criminology: Crime scene technician
  • Criminology:Criminology: Criminologist
  • Criminology:Criminology: Detective
  • Criminology:Criminology: Government officer

Career path

  • Criminology:Criminology: Immigration officer
  • Criminology:Criminology: Intelligence analyst
  • Criminology:Criminology: Police officer
  • Criminology:Criminology: Prison officer
  • Criminology:Criminology: Private investigator
  • Criminology:Criminology: Probation officer
  • Criminology:Criminology: Social researcher

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