Course Number: SHSS 3121 (2.4 CEUs/24 Hours)
This class focuses on the analysis of crimes committed by "career criminals," as well as those who often display traits associated with psychological deviancy. Learn to conduct crime scene analysis, and "read" the clues which may lead to the discovery of serial, "copy cat," and thrill-seeker killers. You will also learn how to identify sexual assault and sexual homicide cases. You will explore the differences in personalities among deviants, the habit formation process, and the role of socialization in the development of the sadistic criminal. The emphasis is on the analysis of crimes committed primarily against women and children.
Criminal Investigative Analysis I
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Instructor: J. Davis, Ph.D., Clinical Psychology, Faculty and Senior Consultant of California Department of Justice, Institute of Criminal Investigation, Peace Officer Standards and Training since 1999, Founder of Center for Applied Forensic-Behavioral Sciences sin
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Required-1. Stalking Crimes and Victim Protection (ISBN 9780849308116); 2. Psychology Behind Crime: A Primer to Understanding Criminal Behavior - Course pack - (ISBN 9780744222166). Please purchase required textbooks in advance, from the Titan Shop. Available at http://www.titanshops.com/. The Titan Shop can be reached at 657-278-3418. **Please be advised that reading assignments will be emailed to students 2 weeks before the start of class. Should you have any questions, please contact Makeda Seyoum at 657-278-8392 or at email@example.com.**