Certification Series 2022-03: Criminal Behavior and Organized Crime
March 10th, 2022
Course language: English
Difficulty Level: Anyone
Skill Sets Covered in this Session:
- Skill Set 3-Criminal Behavior
- Skill Set 19-Organized Crime
What are people thinking? That’s what we’ll discuss in this session on offenders and their really bad choices. The crime triangle is covered, along with the sociological/geographic theories of why crime occurs. Reasons for offending including mental health, substance abuse, psychopathy are also discussed. Finally, we will work through the differences between street-level crime, criminal networks, terrorism, and gang-crime. You will come away with a better understanding of how offenders work individually and within the larger structure of criminal organizations.
Please note that this series is not intended as a substitute for the IACA’s Essential Skills I and II courses or the recommended text. It is intended to be used as a supplemental resource to these items.
Registration will close at 1600 Central Standard time the business day before the webinar.
GoToWebinar information will be sent out roughly 1 week before the webinar. Certificates of attendance are provided the next day by the webinar service to those who participate.
If you have questions about the webinar program, please view our FAQs page.
What: Certification Series 2022-03: Criminal Behavior and Organized Crime
When: March 10th, 2022
- IACA Members: $10
- Non-Members: $20
Course Times: 1000 EDT; 1 to 1 1/2 hrs
Instructor: Jennifer Zawitz