Have you ever entertained the urge to study criminology? While many local police departments often conduct a “citizen academy” for residents that includes studies in criminology and crime, you also can find free online courses from reputable colleges. These courses can range from forensic sciences to psychology to current and historic justice systems and terrorism or white collar crime and response systems.
One of the best dramas on television is CSI. CSI follow the cases of crime scene investigators — forensic scientists. While most CSIs probably don’t have such exciting cases and lives, it is still an interesting career, and one that has been brought to the forefront by the show. If you are interested in learning more about CSI, and even see some great images and videos, here are 25 CSI fan sites that offer you a chance to go deeper into the show:
Are you into forensic toxicology, psychology, pathology, anthropology, entomology, odontology, botany or serology? While many expert sites exist online, it’s rare to find currently updated information on forensic science in blogs. But, the following list of fifty blogs that focus on forensic sciences bring new information on a regular basis.
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Who do you think about when you think about serial killers or mass murderers? Who comes to mind when you think about celebrity crimes? The following list, divided into five categories, contains a list of 25 of the most infamous crimes in modern history.