This course deals with the investigation of crime, therefore, our objective will be the clarification of this based on the concepts of the science of psychology.
In many occasions the material evidence is not enough to reach this objective and therefore it is necessary to resort to mental evidence, which by alternative ways lead us to obtain physical evidence.
For this purpose, a detailed method will be established that analyzes the behavior of the offender to generate inferences and working hypotheses that lead to proposals that make the investigator obtain the aforementioned physical evidence that incriminates the perpetrator of the crime.
In addition to the flexibility and the latest technology in virtual learning, the student will have a personalized tutor who will help and assist them during the development of the course.
|Unit 1||Introduction to the Psychological Investigation of Crime|
|Unit 2||Criminal behavior|
|Unit 3||The V.E.R.A. Method|
|Unit 4||Victim analysis|
|Unit 5||Scene analysis|
|Unit 6||Analysis of the reconstruction|
|Unit 7||Perpetrator analysis|
|Unit 8||The behavior analyst|