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American Academy of Forensic Psychology - Forensic Psychology is the application of the science and profession of psychology to questions and issues relating to law and the legal system. The word "forensic" comes from the Latin word "forensis," meaning "of the forum," where the law courts of ancient Rome were held. Today forensic refers to the application of scientific principles and practices to the adversary process where specially knowledgeable scientists play a role. 4/5

Forensic Scientist

American Association for Forensic Psychology   2/5
Antistalking Resources - The Stalking Assistance Site endeavours to bring you the most current information available relevant to the crime of unwanted pursuit or stalking as it is referred to in the popular media. Intelligent, organized education is our goal so we have structured this site by building one section upon another as the most effective way to educate you.   4/5
Biological Causes of Criminal Behaviour   4/5
Carpenter's Forensic Science Resources - Extensive bibliography of forensic science resources indexed by physical, bio/life, and behavioural sciences.  4/5
Child Abuse and Neglect Database - Is the Child Abuse and Neglect Database Instrument System developed by the National Crime Victims Research and Treatment Center with funding from the National Center on Child Abuse and Neglect. The database is a searchable system containing information on numerous standardized assessment instruments that have been used in child abuse and neglect research   3/5
Criminal Profiling - : Introduction Historical Overview The FBI's Crime Scene Analysis Investigative Psychology Behavorial Evidence Analysis Conclusion References The Author Home Criminal Profiling.  2/5
Criminal Psychology  - The Project Gutenberg etext of Criminal Psychology by Hans Gross 2/5
Criminal Psychology - Biological Unhappiness.comis a leader in the industry involving criminal psychology.   Whether you are looking for information specifically on criminal psychology, or indirectly related to criminal psychology, Biological Unhappiness.com may have the answers you are looking for. 3/5
Criminology: A System Specification for Profiling Behavior   2/5
Crime, Trauma and PTSD Resources - American Professional Society on the Abuse of Children - APSAC is a multidisciplinary organization whose mission is to ensure that everyone affected by child maltreatment receives the best possible professional response.   3/5
David's Forensic Psychology & Psychiatry Links - FORENSIC PSYCHIATRY involves the assessment and treatment of mentally abnormal offenders, as well as the legal aspects of psychiatry. This includes knowledge of the law relating to ordinary psychiatric practice, civil law and issues of criminal responsibility. 5/5
De Clerambault's Syndrome - Stalking & Harassment contact us Stalker Categories and Motives stalking De Clerambault's Syndrome (Erotomania) categories & motives De Clerambault's syndrome was once regarded as a female disorder (with male victims), however, more recently it has been> reversed
Dr. Robert C. Moorecook - Forensic Psychology - I evaluate persons who are accused of crimes for current mental status, mental status at the time of a crime, and for extenuating, mitigating, and exculpating circumstances. I have examined accused persons in Fort Bend, Harris County and Brazoria County, Texas. I do work with indigent clients using the fee structure set by the courts as well as with privately retained clients. References from attorneys are available on request. 3/5

Explanations of Criminal Behavior - Explanations of Criminal Behavior Rise in crime since the 1960s... Why??? Baby boomers reaching crime prone ages Economics Drug Abuse Police have become more sophisticated Acts that didn't come to attention of the police before now do. 3/5
Federal Hate Crimes Statistics USA -   From the Federal Bureau of Investigation's Uniform Crime Reports. 3/5
Forensic Mental Health Association of California  2/5
Forensic Psychiatry - Medicine & Psychiatry Expert Harold J. Bursztajn, MD 3/5
Forensic Psychiatry On-Line - A collection of papers and articles regarding forensic psychiatry.

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