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This course will provide you with the first steps towards a fascinating career as a Criminal Psychologist within the UK justice system. It has been structured by experts to help you understand the root causes of criminal behaviour and how it can be dealt with. You’ll learn the origins for the many different types of criminal acts, from violent assaults to cyber-crime, as well as discovering the links between a person’s mental health and the possible disorders that can lead to them breaking the law. After finishing this course, you will have proven your ability and skill at understanding the role of behavioural analysis in the UK law system, which can open the doors to many different careers.
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- You’ll understand the root cause of criminal behaviour and how to deal with it..
- You’ll learn the origins of many different types of criminal acts from violent assaults to cyber-crime.
- You'll also discover the links between a person’s mental health and the possible disorders.
- Forensic psychology in police investigation and the courtroom.
- Get an overall knowledge of forensic psychology in practise.
- Interventions to reduce risk of re-offending
- History of development of Forensic Psychology
Research Methods in Forensic Psychology
- Research Design and Methodology
- Critical evaluation of psychological research
- What is Criminology?
- Understanding Crime
- Classification and Measurement of Crimes
- Characteristics of Offenders (Criminals)
Theories of Offending
- Introduction to theories of offending
- Theories of sexual offending
- Theories of violent offending
- Theories of fire-setting behaviour
Personal Attributes of Offenders
- Personal characteristics of offenders
- Personality disordered offenders
- Psychopathic offenders
- Mental Illness and offending
Forensic Psychology in Police Investigations
- An Introduction to Offender Profiling
- Approaches to Offender Profiling
- The Effectiveness of Offender Profiling
Forensic Psychology in the Courtroom
- Eye-witness testimony
- Expert witness testimony
- Attitudes towards victims
Forensic Psychology in Practice
- ’What works’ literature in reducing re-offending
- Incident management (Crisis Negotiation)
- Introduction: About the Course and the Tutor
After the completion of each course, you will be eligible to receive a certificate per course. You can order a certificate (soft copy for £9 and hard copy for £15) relating to your course.
Who is this course for?
This course is for any aspiring individuals or professionals who want to enhance their capabilities, skills and knowledge to apply it in real life to fast track their career ladder.
All the learners who are willing to boost their knowledge in this respective field can take this course. This course does not require any formal academic qualification.
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