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2.Scope of Forensic Psychology.
4.Intervention – Types of psychological intervention.
5.Battery of tests and interpretation.
7.Psychological aspects of antisocial or delinquent behaviour.
8.Psychiatric aspects of criminal behaviour.
9.Assessment and Evaluation in Psychopathology.
10.Psychopathological disorders in the accused.
11.Factors involved in criminal behavior (alcoholism, drug addiction, domestic violence, etc.)
12.Analysis and Design of the mediation process between the parties.
13.Models and programs of mediation.
14.Management of conflict between the parties.
15.Legal support of the Expert in Forensic Psychology.
16.Draw up an opinion – Form and content (scientific method).
18.Experts in management board.
Forensic psychology aims at timely assessment of human behaviour through technical and psychological tools used to discover if there is a disorder of conduct for post-traumatic event and contribute to justice study results that support aspects of personality.
1. Difference between Criminology and Criminalistics.
2. General Concepts (indication, evidence, trace).
3. Crime Scene search.
4. Division of the Crime Scene.
5. Methodology of the search.
6. Principles of Criminalistics.
7. Field Criminalístics.
8. Criminalístics Laboratory.
9. What is an expert and his/her their intervention.
10. Types of Experts.
Our goal in this course is to train students within a framework of observation and analysis to identify evidences on a crime scene. This identification of physical evidence comes thru applying the knowledge gained by the crime scene expert to discover and scientifically verify the existence of an the alleged perpetrators for providing and directing law enforcing bodies that are seeking and administering the justice.
1. Concept of Land Traffic Accidents.
2. Application within the criminology.
3. Activity of the expert on the accident.
4. Description of Place of accident, packaging and signs.
5. Legal framework of the expert, regulations and laws that regulate it.
6. The study and the importance of federal and local laws.
7. Eyewitnesses (identification and questioning).
8. Relatives and witnesses statements.
9. Knowledge of signs of scene.
10. Identification of evidence, the fact emerged before land transit to investigate.
11. Relevance and Significance of signs, traces and evidence.
12. Description and location of the signs.
13. Packaging and Preservation of evidence.
14. Application techniques in relation to the evidence of the fact.
15. Observation, analysis and understanding of what is a prosecutor´s attestation of an ocular inspection.
The aim of this course is to provide a student with a skill to identify any evidence of road accident produced by any vehicle and to conclude the real cause of the accident using the techniques and methodology that the student will learn in this course.
1.Brief History of Photography.
2.Cameras and functions.
3.Lighting sources (light).
5.Use and Management of Flash.
6.Proper handling of photographic role according to the ISO.
7.Physical integrity of the photographer in high-risk sites.
8.Brief History of Forensic Photography.
9.Methodology of Criminalistics and Forensic Photography.
10.Use and Management of metrical evidence and different indicators.
11.Description of scene with pictures.
12.Place of Acts, Findspot, closed or open.
13.Steps in different photographic expert reports.
14.Search, classification of evidence and fixation techniques.
15.Anthropology, Ballistics, Locksmith, Explosive and fires, Graphoscopy, IT, Medicine, Land Transit, Valuation, etc.
16.Theft in its various forms.
17.Manslaughter (unintentional and accidents).
18.Intentional Homicide (firearms, knives, strangulation, suffocation, precipitation, poisonings, etc.).
18.Cadaver management in the amphitheater and the Forensic Medical Service.
Objective of this course is to make ready our student to perform his/her duties in war and peace or crime and delight. Whether it is a crime scene or professional investigation, may it be saving the questioned documents in the camera or taking footsteps on the sandy soil. Our student will be preserving all evidences in his/her camera for analysis and final prosecution.
1.What is history of a document?, Classes and structural content of a document.
2. Elements as required for a document to be original.
3. False documents (analysis)
4. Original Documento but not lawful.
5. Types of paper.
6. Classification of paper.
7. Technical analysis of paper.
8. The ink and its composition.
9. Techniques of ink analysis.
10. What is useful enroller, useful types of enroller?
11. What and how is a printing system?
12. Different printing forms.
13. The typewriter, fonts and features.
14. Types of texts on typewriters.
Learn to identify the authentication or falsification of a document through technical and document analysis in general, inks, wear and all kinds of amendments and additions on paper, typography, writing, calligraphy, strokes, signatures as well as various types of useful Enroller and the main types of security paper.
3.Origen of Firearms.
5.Classification of signs of a shot.
6.Ratings (helmets, caps, bullets).
7.Gunpowder (types and use).
8.Cartridges (observation and nomenclature).
9.Projectiles (forms, speed, distance, angle). Several forms of deformations at impact.
10.Methodology for the comparison between firearms and caps.
11.Definition and observation of the interior, exterior ballistics and effects.
12.Phenomenology in the effects they produce bullets.
13.Location, lifting, packaging and research value of firearms, shells and cartridges in place of the investigation.
14.Establish whether the firearm was recently activated.
15.Federal Law on Firearms.
16.Legal framework of a ballistics expert.
17.Methodology of expert opinion.
18.Practice of the opinion of forensic ballistics.
After going through this course, the student will be able to practice as an expert in forensic ballistics. He will be able to give his professional opinion before any court of justice or working in any law enforcement agency he/she can lead the investigation to the right direction.