Dept of Sociology, Anthropology & Criminology Official Course Outline
48-260 (sec. 30)
Introduction to Criminology
Instructor: Dr. John Edward Deukmedjian, Associate Professor of Criminology
Office: 260 CHS ext. 3985 / Emai
Chapter 10 Social Work Notes History of "Race Relations In Canada" Aboriginals Aboriginal children were placed in a Residential school system from 1840's -1969. It's intent was to obliterate and erase the Native culture and society by separating the
A great discovery if.? -Criminals could be positively identified? -Crime Scene fingerprints could be identified?
William Hershel -1822-1917 -First to use fingerprints for identification purposes -Used fingerprints to stop pensi
Chapter 31: Criminal Personality Profiling -Profiling does not provide the identity of the offender but it indicates the kind of person most likely to have commited a crime by focusing on certain behavioural and personality characteristics. -Profilin
Serial Offenders: Linking Cases by Modus Operandi(M.O) and Signature Intro to Crime Assessment -Modus Operandi (M.O): describes a certain criminal's way of acting. -Crime Scene Assessment: the method for determining the signature and M.O of a killer.