Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. One who studies crimes with reference to their origin, propagation, prevention, punishment, etc.
- n. A person who is skilled in, or practices criminology
- n. a specialist in criminology
- From criminology + -ist (Wiktionary)
“He became well known as a criminologist and also as an advocate of laws for the safeguarding of the public health and against adulteration of food.”
“He returned to the library, where he lost himself in the rare old volumes of Grimsby's life collection: the criminologist was a booklover and the hours drifted by as in a happy playtime, until the butler came to tell him the time.”
“CBI has also contested a letter written by a so-called criminologist on the issue as malafide and gave a para-wise rebuttal of charges levelled against the forensic doctors who had conducted the post-mortem as well as DNA examination.”
“CBI, which will contest the so-called criminologist's letter as malafide, has also prepared a detailed medical examination of the hymen of Aasiya along with documents and microscopic slides to support its claim that she was never raped or sexually assaulted.”
“Now, Charles Jaco is going to interview the "criminologist" for Monday's show.”
“computer user's license" or an "internet user's license," but it seems such things have returned, with the recent call for just such a "license to compute" by a "criminologist" in Australia”
“When I first wrote about the Pennsylvania juvenile justice scandal I mentioned the Norwegian criminologist Nils Christe and his warning about the danger of involving private companies in the prison system.”
“Mr. Fox, the criminologist, said public perception of crime is often sharply at odds with actual crime rates.”
“You're looking at an emerging form of crime, says Sean Varano, a criminologist at Roger Williams University in Bristol, R.I.”
“He is also a white-collar criminologist, a former senior financial regulator, a serial whistleblower, and the author of The Best Way to Rob a Bank is to Own One.”
Looking for tweets for criminologist.