This course aims to educate and inform about serial killers, missing persons and many other criminal justice concepts as taught by criminal profiler, blogger and author Chelsea Hoffman. This course should take anywhere from three to six months to complete, with a well-rounded curriculum that will either prepare you for a criminal justice degree program or enrich your independent studies. If you want to become a criminal profiler, you might want to take this class! It will prepare you with some of the basic education needed to embark on such a journey.
While this isn't an accredited course that awards credits for college or certification, I believe that everyone who makes a high grade in this class deserves some form of recognition. If you pass this entire course with a 100 (perfect score) please email me with a screenshot of your final grade along with your name and I will personally provide you with public Kudos on the Case to Case Alumni Stars page.
After paying attention to the lecture and reading the supplemental PDF file about Hammurabi and the legal system formed in his name, take this quiz!
Please familiarize yourself with these rules as supplemental reading to Lecture 3 ("The Courts"). Your Section 2 exam will include questions pertaining to this text.
Warning: This is a very explicit video that contains dialogue that may be very shocking to some.
Chelsea Hoffman is a criminal profiler and crime analyst with several books published and multiple successful news columns. She occasionally blogs for The Huffington Post and owns the popular true crime blog "Chelsea Hoffman: Case to Case." She is also the host of the "Case to Case" podcast.
Chelsea's educational background includes psychology, criminal justice, political science and numerous side studies in science related areas. She is still a student of numerous studies and intends to be for life.
Chelsea Hoffman has personally assisted in the profiling of several missing persons cases, both solved and unsolved. More about her can be read on the bio of the Case to Case blog .