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Criminal justice professionals require good communication skills and understanding of criminological phenomenon. discuss

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Criminal justice professionals require good communication skills and understanding of criminological phenomenon. discuss

Can someone give me ideas, please?
Hi!

I studied criminology with criminal justice as my undergraduate.

I would choose a profession like the police, CPS, lawyers etc
Then discuss why they need good communication skills to be able to relate to criminological understanding. e.g understanding why a criminal might have committed a crime because of the influence of society, such evidence could be used in court. (that's very brief but I hope you understand).
Criminological phenomena are the theories and causes of crime that you have learned so far.

I hope this helps!
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Hi!

I studied criminology with criminal justice as my undergraduate.

I would choose a profession like the police, CPS, lawyers etc
Then discuss why they need good communication skills to be able to relate to criminological understanding. e.g understanding why a criminal might have committed a crime because of the influence of society, such evidence could be used in court. (that's very brief but I hope you understand).
Criminological phenomena are the theories and causes of crime that you have learned so far.

I hope this helps!
Best wishes
Chloe - Official Student Rep
hi Chloe,

thank youuuu so much. what books/further reading would you recommend?Xx
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hi Chloe,

thank youuuu so much. what books/further reading would you recommend?Xx
Hi!

I found the Tim Newburn - Criminology book really useful. https://www.amazon.co.uk/s?k=crimino...l_3wqe9r4d1z_e

Also the Key readings in criminology https://www.amazon.co.uk/s?k=key+rea...l_9gq16k2c3e_e

Both of these two books are really good for you to start your reading and give you a good understanding. Your university should offer them in your library.

I hope this helps!
Best wishes
Chloe - Official Student Rep
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Hi!

I found the Tim Newburn - Criminology book really useful. https://www.amazon.co.uk/s?k=crimino...l_3wqe9r4d1z_e

Also the Key readings in criminology https://www.amazon.co.uk/s?k=key+rea...l_9gq16k2c3e_e

Both of these two books are really good for you to start your reading and give you a good understanding. Your university should offer them in your library.

I hope this helps!
Best wishes
Chloe - Official Student Rep
Thank you! I have now started x
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