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1. Christina J. Johns
Current information and essays regarding crime and the law.
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2. Criminologist George Kirkham
He is nationally and internationally known as "the professor who became a cop." In 1973, Dr. Kirkham took leave of his university post in order to study the police and the problems of crime in a way that no criminology professor had before.
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3. Herb Holeman Criminologist
Criminologist and mystery writer from San Francisco.
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4. Francis Galton as a Criminologist
Victorian polymath: geographer, meteorologist, tropical explorer, founder of differential psychology, inventor of fingerprint identification, pioneer of statistical correlation and regression, convinced hereditarian, eugenicist, proto-geneticist, half-cousin of Charles Darwin and best-selling author. First one to propose use of fingerprints in identification.
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5. Matthew Yeager
Criminologist in Ottawa, Canada
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6. Dr. Randy Gonzalez Consulting Services!
Criminal Justice Education and Training Services
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