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Criminology

Criminology

Criminology. Explore and understand crime.

If you’re fascinated by the causes and realities of crime in our modern society, you’re not alone. Criminology courses at the Centre for Continuing Education are open to everyone, laypersons and professionals alike.

Many of our criminology courses are run by the Sydney Institute of Criminology at the Sydney Law School, University of Sydney. You’ll be getting all the most expert, up-to-date information on crime and justice in today’s troubled world.

We cover forensic psychology, domestic violence, drug offences, young offenders and more. Whatever your crime focus, you’re sure to find criminology courses of interest at the Centre for Continuing Education. Learn about Criminology the smart way with Criminology courses at CCE, The University of Sydney.

Forensic Psychology Course

Criminology. Explore and understand crime. Learn about Criminology the smart way with Criminology courses at CCE, The University of Sydney. This forensic psychology course provides an introduction to issues surrounding the practice of forensic psychology. Forensic psychologists perform a wide range of roles in the criminal justice system, including sentencing recommendations, treatment recommendations, assessment of future risk, evaluation of witness credibility, and must be able... [More]
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Forensic Psychology Course
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Forensic Psychology Course: Advanced

Criminology. Explore and understand crime. Learn about Criminology the smart way with Criminology courses at CCE, The University of Sydney. In this advanced forensic psychology course we will recap the contexts, roles and assessment methods in Forensic Psychology. Forensic psychologists perform a wide range of roles in the criminal justice system, including sentencing recommendations, treatment recommendations, assessment of future risk, evaluation of witness credibility, and must... [More]
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Forensic Psychology Course: Advanced
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Working with AOD Offenders Course

Criminology. Explore and understand crime. Learn about Criminology the smart way with Criminology courses at CCE, The University of Sydney. Aims A high proportion of offenders have a history of drug abuse or dependence related to their offending behaviour. Often, they have little insight into the links between Alcohol and Other Drugs (AOD) and their circumstances. Given the involuntary nature of supervision, there is often a high level of resistance towards the ‘system’ and its... [More]
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Writing Background Reports for Court Course

Criminology. Explore and understand crime. Learn about Criminology the smart way with Criminology courses at CCE, The University of Sydney. This criminology course is offered as partnership between Corrective Services NSW and the Sydney Institute of Criminology. This collaboration provides training courses to equip criminology students (and students from related disciplines) and those interested in a career in the criminal justice system with industry-relevant knowledge and skills.... [More]
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Building Ethical Organisations Course: A Practical Guide to Corruption Prevention

Criminology. Explore and understand crime. Learn about Criminology the smart way with Criminology courses at CCE, The University of Sydney. Corruption comes a close second to crime as the problem of most concern to people internationally, particularly in emerging and developing nations, even more than the disparity between the rich and poor. Organisations exposed for their (or their employees') corrupt conduct can suffer irreparable reputational damage. We have recently seen... [More]
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Crime Prevention - Master Class

Criminology. Explore and understand crime. Learn about Criminology the smart way with Criminology courses at CCE, The University of Sydney. The ‘Crime Prevention - Master Class’ shares insights on emerging criminology research, policy and practice from crime prevention and community safety experts and engages participants in discussion about how these can translate to improved crime prevention practice at a local level. This criminology course will provide a forum to: Learn from... [More]
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The Psychology of Crime Course

Criminology. Explore and understand crime. Learn about Criminology the smart way with Criminology courses at CCE, The University of Sydney. Aims The psychology of crime is a didactic and interactional workshop examining the profession of criminal psychology (also referred to as forensic psychology). It provides an opportunity to hear from an experienced Forensic Psychologist, learn about skills and theory used in conducting court assessments and treatment with a range of dangerous... [More]
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Working with Domestic Violence Offenders Course

Criminology. Explore and understand crime. Learn about Criminology the smart way with Criminology courses at CCE, The University of Sydney. This training course is to equip those interested in a career in the criminal justice system (including criminology students or students from related disciplines) with industry-relevant knowledge and skills. Aims The training is designed to provide participants with the appropriate skills and knowledge to work effectively with domestic violence... [More]
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Motivational Interactions Course

Criminology. Explore and understand crime. Learn about Criminology the smart way with Criminology courses at CCE, The University of Sydney. Motivational Interviewing (MI) refers to a counseling approach developed by clinical psychologists Professor William R Miller, Ph.D. and Professor Stephen Rollnick, Ph.D. The concept of motivational interviewing evolved from experience in the treatment of problem drinkers, and was first described by Miller (1983) in an article published in... [More]
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