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HPS206 Psychology in the Criminal Justice System Exam Notes

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Criminology Academia Law enforcement Criminal investigation Forensic psychology Criminal law Evidence law False confession Police misconduct Offender profiling Psychopathy Checklist Confession
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Criminology Academia Law enforcement Criminal investigation Forensic psychology Criminal law Evidence law False confession Police misconduct Offender profiling Psychopathy Checklist Confession
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