A range of articles within crime and justice with a look at individual criminal cases, current crime issues in the news and discussions covering the debates and questions around crime, criminal justice and punishment.
On 20th June 2001 in Houston, Texas, Andrea Yates drowned her five children one after the other in the bathtub of her family home. Four sons, John (5), Luke (2), Paul (3) and Noah (7), and one daughter Mary, just 6 months old.
Biological and neurological explanations for criminal behaviour raise key questions for not only how the criminal justice system can incorporate the science of neurocriminology, but if they do, whether criminal punishment as we know it can continue in the same vein.
Exploring crime and the criminal mind through criminal psychology, criminology and forensic psychology with a focus on research. Delve into true crime cases, justice and punishment and the research and theory behind criminal behaviour and the criminal brain.