THE consulting-rooms of Dr Orion Hood, the eminent criminologist and specialist in certain moral disorders, lay along the sea-front at Scarborough, in a series of very large and well-lighted french windows, which showed the North Sea like one endless outer wall of blue-green marble.
Dr Hood paced the length of his string of apartments, bounded-- as the boys' geographies say--on the east by the North Sea and on the west by the serried ranks of his sociological and criminologist library.
In a few minutes all three were approaching the dreary tail of the MacNabs' street: the girl with the stern and breathless stride of the mountaineer, the criminologist with a lounging grace (which was not without a certain leopard-like swiftness), and the priest at an energetic trot entirely devoid of distinction.
Cuthbert Grayne was perhaps more of a criminologist
than either a lawyer or a policeman, but in his more barbarous surroundings he had proved successful in turning himself into a practical combination of all three.
204), we stated that 'we operationally define the most influential criminologists
as those who are the most cited in the major criminological journals'.
In my view, this material could be expanded upon, since it serves as the basis of many primary assumptions that criminologists
make in theory construction and theory testing.
Drawing on the expertise of leading forensic pathologists, lawyers, and criminologists
, the Journal presents up-to-date coverage of forensic medical practices worldwide.
The most significant development, in the view of criminologists
and law enforcement authorities, was the decline in the murder rate, which dropped to 7.
The film reveals for the first time a the name of a suspect that most historians and criminologists
believe was the most likely &uot;Jack the Ripper.
Lungren, police and criminologists
said that no single reason can be credited for the fall off in crime during the past six months, as compared to the same period last year.
and politicians have predicted that this generation would produce "super criminals," who at a young age are capable of unprecedented levels of violence.
Among law enforcement officials, politicians and some criminologists
, the credit is given largely to more aggressive police tactics.