The criminologist is a person who studies social and psychological factors that lead to criminal behavior.
The term has been used to describe the study of crimes.
Sociologists study people, institutions, and societies and are usually employed in social and behavioral sciences.
The main characteristics of sociologists are their expertise in the social sciences, and their specialization in studying crime.
They specialize in crime studies, criminal justice, and criminal justice administration.
Sociological criminals are often highly trained professionals.
Criminologists may be used as law enforcement officers, forensic investigators, or criminologists in social service agencies, schools, and community-based organizations.
They may also work in public health, health professions, health insurance, medical science, and other areas.
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