This course will provide a basic understanding of those individuals who engage in predator violence: serial killers, mass murderers, serial rapists and stalkers. This course will discuss the ways law enforcement is dealing with these types of persons to detect, arrest and prosecute them. The course will also discuss ways in which male and female predators are similar and different. The course will also discuss which victims are selected and why a particular person becomes a victim.
No corequisites or prerequisites
Terms Offered: Fall
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