criminologycriminology | meaning of criminology in Collins Dictionariescriminology meaning, definition, what is criminology: the scientific study of crime, criminal behaviour, law enforcement, etc: Learn more.the scientific study of crime, criminal behaviour, law enforcement, etcWhat does criminology mean and how do you use criminology in a sentence?[URL]/criminology
criminological (ˌkrɪmɪnəˈlɒdʒɪkəl) or ˌcriminologic (ˌcriminoˈlogic)adjectiveˌcriminologically (ˌcriminoˈlogically)adverbˌcriminologist (ˌcrimiˈnologist)noun
C19: from Latin crimin-crime, -logy
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uncount nounCriminology is the scientific study of crime and criminals.criminologist (krɪmɪnɒlədʒɪst)Word forms: criminologistscountable noun ⇒ ...a criminologist at the University of Montreal.
Example sentences containing 'criminology'
No advanced degrees, no master's in criminology , administration, corrections, letalone a doctorate.Smith, Mitchell STONE CITYCould Helen's famousJacobbail her out, talk about murderers he had known as an aspect of classic criminology ?Delman, David DEATH OF A NYMPHMichelle was shaky, superwhelmed by all this criminology.Gash, Jonathan THE TARTAN RINGERSHe was a professor of criminology at the local state university.Parker, T. Jefferson SUMMER OF FEAR