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4th International Conference on Forensic Psychology & Criminology, will be organized around the theme “Latest innovations in forensic and criminology studies ”
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Forensic psychology is a study to analyse a rapidly growing discipline professionally practiced by psychologists within the areas of clinical psychology, counselling psychology, school psychology, Forensic statistics and they are engaged as experts and represent themselves in an activity primarily intended to provide professional psychological expertise to the judicial system.
- Track 1-1Psychotic Disorders
- Track 1-2Bipolar Disorders
- Track 1-3Fraud examiner
- Track 1-4Assessing the impact of economic, legal, political, and social changes
Forensic psychiatry is a sub-speciality and is related to criminology. A forensic psychiatrist provides services – such as determination of competency to stand trial – to facilitate the adjudicative process to the court and provide treatment like medications and psychotherapy to criminals.
- Track 2-1Risk assessment and case studies
- Track 2-2Personality disorders
- Track 2-3Sexual Violence
- Track 2-4Clinical Psychology
Scientific humanities are the use of the anatomical exploration of human sciences and its different subfields, including measurable antiquarianism and criminological taphonomy, in a legitimate setting. A scientific anthropologist can aid the recognizable proof of expired people whose remaining parts are disintegrated, consumed, disfigured or generally unrecognizable, as might occur in a plane crash. Measurable anthropologists are additionally instrumental to the examination and documentation of genocide and mass graves. Alongside scientific pathologists, measurable dental specialists, and manslaughter agents, Criminological Anthropologists generally affirm in court as master witnesses. Utilizing physical markers exhibit on a skeleton, a scientific anthropologist can possibly decide a casualty's age, sex, stature, and family line. Notwithstanding recognizing physical qualities of the individual, criminological anthropologists can utilize skeletal variations from the norm to possibly decide reason for death, past injury, for example, broken bones or medicinal methods, and in addition infections, for example, bone tumor.
- Track 3-1Forensic anthropology principles
- Track 3-2Forensic anthropology case reports
- Track 3-3Analysis and theory of anthropology
A forensic archaeologist is also known as forensic anthropologists; it helps to identify human remains, usually in medical or legal situations. In a few cases, forensic anthropologists employ archaeological methods to assist in the excavation of human remains.
Forensic archaeologists may be called upon by law enforcement agencies to search for, document, recover, and interpret modern human remains and associated evidence that has been scattered or buried is the application of archaeology to legal investigations.
- Track 4-1Techniques of archaeological research
- Track 4-2Mortuary archaeology
- Track 4-3Maritime Archaeology
- Track 4-4Feminist Archaeology
- Track 4-5Archaeoastronomy
- Track 4-6Pseudo archaeology
Digital forensics is a branch of forensic science encompassing the recovery and investigation of material found in digital devices. The term digital forensics was originally used as a synonym for computer forensics but has expanded to cover investigation of all devices capable of storing digital data.
Digital forensics investigations have a variety of applications. The most common is to support or refute a hypothesis before criminal or civil courts. Criminal cases involve the alleged breaking of laws that are defined by legislation and that are enforced by the police and prosecuted by the state, such as murder, theft and assault against the person.
- Track 5-1Cyber Crimes
- Track 5-2Cyber Security
- Track 5-3Cyber Law
- Track 5-4Cell Phone Forensics
- Track 5-5Forensic Audio and Video Analysis
Forensic Mental Health is characterized all the more comprehensively is a region of specialization that, in the criminal circle, includes the appraisal and treatment of the individuals who are both rationally confused and whose conduct has driven, or could lead, to culpable. In the common circle scientific emotional wellness has a more unpredictable dispatch, not exclusively being included in the evaluation and treatment of the individuals who have possibly compensatable wounds additionally giving guidance to courts and tribunals on competency and limit. The papers in this extraordinary segment of the Journal will concentrate on the criminological psychological well-being proficient's exercises related specifically to rough and criminal conduct.
- Track 6-1Psychology and Mental Health
- Track 6-2Mental Illness
- Track 6-3Mental disorders
- Track 6-4Women’s Mental Health
- Track 6-5Mental Health Case Management
Criminological human science is the use of hypothesis, research, and practices to the legitimate, law authorization, and remedial establishments, and their effect all through society. The field concentrates on smaller scale and full scale parts of social legal sciences and wrongdoing designs, and in addition mediations.
They direct research and break down information to enable law authorization to better comprehend the propensities of those prone to carry out violations. Not at all like legal analysts, who concentrate on the mental limit of offenders, is legal sociologist focus now on how society impacts criminal conduct.
- Track 7-1Sociology of Deviance
- Track 7-2Morality and Society
- Track 7-3Social Psychology
- Track 7-4Sociology of Law
- Track 7-5Gender and Crime
- Track 7-6Sociology of Latinos
Forensic science is the study of scientific advancement and the application of science to criminal and civil laws. A forensic scientist gathers the evidences preserve through the field of crime investigation. The word forensic derived from the Latin term forensic, meaning "of or before the forum." History of the term is originated during which a criminal charge to present the case before a group of public individuals in the forum from the Roman times. It involves several scientific fields in process of retaining evidence, such as medicine, microbiology, pathology, chemistry etc. As well every cutting-edge technology used by the forensic researcher will be an effort by forensic science to prove a crime. Forensic Scientist testifies as expert witness in both civil and criminal cases, and can work for either defence or prosecution.
- Track 8-1Biotechnology
- Track 8-2Forensic Pathology
- Track 8-3Genetics
- Track 8-4Geology and geophysics
- Track 8-5Entomology
- Track 8-6Accounting
- Track 8-7Palynology
- Track 8-8Botany
- Track 8-9Engineering
- Track 8-10Forensic Toxicology
Those forensic psychology research act bargains with that mental appraisal of the kin who need aid included to restricted or alternate for those legitimate frameworks. The measurable mental act incorporates large portions aptitudes in appraisal clinically; report card composing and the event presentation would extremely critical viewpoints Furthermore framework for mental measurable act
- Track 9-1Serial Killers: Types and Case studies
- Track 9-2Photography
- Track 9-3Fingerprint expert and examination
- Track 9-4Document examination
- Track 9-5Handwriting
The current forensic science might separate follow component Furthermore natural materials down of the level about just a couple hundred atoms. Measurable science assumes a viable part to fathoming those confounded What's more unsolved instances. There are Different sorts of laws Furthermore regulation which battle against the wrongdoings in the pop culture. Wrongdoing will be both social and investment phenomenon, by which entirety mankind's the public arena gets bothered. That way of the wrongdoing need been additionally evolving furthermore diversifying for the development what’s more improvement of the public arena.
- Track 10-1Palm print Analysis
- Track 10-2DNA Phenotyping
- Track 10-3Soil Forensics
- Track 10-4Forensic Dactyloscopy
- Track 10-5Vein Matching
- Track 10-6Ear Print Analysis
- Track 10-7Examine Bullets
Criminology will be those exploratory studies of the nature, extent, management, causes, control, consequences, and counteractive action about criminal behavior, both on the single person What's more social levels. Criminology is a interdisciplinary field done both the behavioral also social sciences, drawing particularly upon the investigate for sociologists, psychologists, philosophers, psychiatrists, social anthropologists, and in addition researchers for law.
- Track 11-1Criminal Justice Ethics
- Track 11-2Abnormal Behavior
- Track 11-3Substance Abuse Patterns
- Track 11-4Behavioral statistics
- Track 11-5Crime Scene Investigation
- Track 11-6Victim Selection
- Track 11-7Forensic Accounting
Terrorism and crime are two areas of knowledge that have traditionally been looked at it independently. In this timely and original text, two of the leading authors in the field provide a clear and thorough look at terrorism from a criminological perspective. Integrating the latest research, the book explores the motives of criminals and terrorists, the causes of crime and terrorism and the impact of the law and the legal system. Central to this exploration, the authors examine the nexus between criminal and terrorist organizations, and the commonalities and differences between them and what this means for public policy and safety and security within states. Cross-cultural and international in perspective, this is a fresh and original text that will appeal to undergraduates, academics, and researchers in criminology, politics, international relations, sociology, communication and cultural studies.
- Track 12-1Organizational Structure of crime
- Track 12-2Sustained Program of Violence
- Track 12-3Counter Terrorism
Crime prevention is the attempt to reduce and deter crime and criminals. It is applied specifically to efforts made by governments to reduce crime, enforce the law, and maintain criminal justice.
- Track 13-1Social programs
- Track 13-2Safeguarding
In ordinary language, a crime is an unlawful act punishable by a state or other authority. The term "crime" does not, in modern criminal law, have any simple and universally accepted definition, though statutory definitions have been provided for certain purposes. The most popular view is that crime is a category created by law; in other words, something is a crime if declared as such by the relevant and applicable law. One proposed definition is that a crime or offence (or criminal offence) is an act harmful not only to some individual but also to a community, society or the state ("a public wrong"). Such acts are forbidden and punishable by law.
- Track 14-1Fraud
- Track 14-2Smuggling
- Track 14-3Bribery
- Track 14-4Tax Evasion
The study of criminology targets why individuals commit crimes and why they behave in certain situations. By understanding why, a person commits a crime, one can develop ways to control crime or rehabilitate the criminal. There are many theories in criminology.
- Track 15-1Labeling
- Track 15-2Life Course
- Track 15-3Positivist
- Track 15-4Routine Activity
- Track 15-5Social Control
Police psychology, Likewise alluded should as "police What's more open security psychology," might have been formally distinguished Previously, 2013 Toward those American mental affiliation Concerning illustration a forte clinched alongside proficient brain research. Police and open security brain research may be concerned for supporting law requirement Furthermore different open security work force and organizations on doing their missions What's more societal works with effectiveness, safety, wellbeing Furthermore congruity with laws Furthermore morals.
- Track 16-1Criminal Profiling
- Track 16-2Crime scene investigation
- Track 16-3Private Investigator
- Track 16-4Private security management
White-collar crime refers to financially motivated nonviolent crime committed by business and government professionals. Within criminology, it was first defined by sociologist Edwin Sutherland in 1939 as "a crime committed by a person of respectability and high social status in the course of his occupation". Typical white-collar crimes could include fraud, bribery, Ponzi schemes, insider trading, labour racketeering, embezzlement, cybercrime, copyright infringement, money laundering, identity theft, and forgery.
- Track 17-1Blue-collar crime
- Track 17-2State-corporate crime
- Track 17-3Organized transnational crime
- Track 17-4Corporate crime
Forensic chemistry is the application of chemistry and its subfield in a legal setting of forensic toxicology. A forensic chemist can assist in the identification of unknown materials found at a crime scene. The range of different methods is important to the destructive nature of some instruments and the number of possible unknown substances that can be found at a scene. Forensic chemists used to prefer non-destructive methods first and to preserve evidence to determine which destructive methods will produce the best results.
- Track 18-1Investigating the Physical and Chemical Properties
- Track 18-2Scientific Methods for Analyzing Evidences
- Track 18-3Encompasses Organic and Inorganic Analysis
- Track 18-4Analytical Techniques
- Track 18-5Toxicology
Forensic nursing is a grounded practice in the rich bio-psycho-social-spiritual education of registered nurses and the use of nursing process to diagnose and treat individuals, families, and communities affected by violence and trauma. The systems that respond to the Forensic nursing targets for the management and prevention of intentional and unintentional injuries in a global community. The forensic nurse collaborates with the agents in healthcare, social and legal systems to investigate the clinical presentations and pathologies by evaluating intentional or unintentional physical and psychological injury; describing the scientific relationships between injury and evidence; and interpreting the associated or influencing factors.
- Track 19-1Forensic Nursing and Medico Legal Death Investigation
- Track 19-2Clinical Forensic Investigators
- Track 19-3Medical Professionals and Law Enforcement
- Track 19-4Caring of Victims of Violence and Abuse
- Track 19-5Forensic Nursing and Psychiatric–Mental Health/Correctional Settings
Forensic analytical chemistry is to define the analytical chemistry as it pertains to law. We recently taught a course that covered many facets of forensic sciences such as drug analysis, toxicology, trace analysis, arson analysis, and DNA/serology. Guest lecturers were used to cover topics such as methods in crime scene investigation, the studies involves the trace evidence, and the role of the forensic pathologist. The material was presented to illustrate "real world" applications of analytical chemistry. Forensic chemistry is subjected to serves as a palette from which we can stimulate the interests and abilities of our students. With the backdrop of forensic decision-making, the real world relevance of chemical measurements is obvious to students.
- Track 20-1DNA Analysis
- Track 20-2Voice Recognition
- Track 20-3Ballistics
- Track 20-4Autopsy