CSS Criminology Complete Guide with Preparation Material

Download the latest notes, handouts, and preparatory material for the CSS Criminology optional paper. The updated preparation material is according to the revised syllabus.

CSS Criminology is one of the subjects of Group VI of the CSS exam. According to the revised scheme of the syllabus, candidates can select one subject comprising 100 marks from Group V1.

CSS Criminology is 100 mark optional subject. CSS Criminology consists of four parts each part carrying 25 numbers. The changed syllabus is as follows.

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CSS Criminology Syllabus

Section-I (25 marks)

IntroductionBasic concepts used in understanding crime, criminality, and criminal behavior.
Understanding CriminologyDefinition, meaning, and scope of criminology;
Criminology and criminal law
Crime as a social problem
Deviance, Sin Vice, Evil, Norms, Values; Security (Physical, Social,
Crime and CriminalsOccasional criminals, Habitual criminals,
Professional criminals, White-collar crime,
Organized crime, corporate crimes.
Crime and Criminality: Theoretical PerspectivesAn early explanation of criminal behavior
Biological Theories; Psychological Theories; Sociological Theories.
Social Disorganization theory
Strain theory
Social Control theory
Learning theory
Labeling Theory
Islamic perspective on deviance and crime.

Section II (25 Marks)

Juvenile DelinquencyMeaning, definitions (Behavioral Vs Legal)Download
Juvenile delinquent Vs status offenderDownload
Official statistics of juvenile delinquencyDownload
Juvenile Justice SystemRole of policeDownload
Juvenile court processDownload
pretrial, trial, and sentencingDownload
Role of the prosecutor, defense counsel, juvenile judge, juvenile probation officerDownload
Juvenile correctional institutions; probation and non-punitive alternativesDownload
The Criminal Justice SystemPolice and its roleDownload
Trial and Conviction of OffendersDownload
Agencies: formal and informalDownload
Criminal courts: procedures and problemsDownload
Role of prosecutorsDownload
Prisons, Probation, and ParoleDownload
Punitive and Reformative
Treatment of Criminals
Corporal punishment, Imprisonment, Rehabilitation of criminals.Download

Section III (25 Marks)

Criminal InvestigationPrinciples of criminal investigation, Manual of preliminary investigationDownload
Intelligence operations, Database investigationDownload
The electronic investigation, Forensic InvestigationDownload
Techniques of InvestigationsGathering information from personsDownload
Interviewing and interrogation techniquesDownload
Criminal investigation analysisDownload
Legal and Ethical Guidelines
for Investigators
Stop and frisk operations, Arrest procedures, Search and seizure.Download
International Policing and
Criminal Justice Monitoring Organization

Section-IV (25 Marks)

Modern Concepts in
Contemporary Criminology
Terrorism, Radicalism, and War on TerrorDownload
Media’s representation of Crime and the Criminal Justice SystemDownload
Modern Law Enforcement and Crime PreventionDownload
Intelligence-led PolicingDownload
Community PolicingDownload
Private Public PartnershipDownload
Gender and Crime in Urban and Rural PakistanDownload
Crime and Urbanization, Organized Crime and White-Collar CrimeDownload
Human Rights Abuses and Protection, especially of Children; Women and
Minorities; The role of civil society and NGOs
Cyber CrimeDownload
Role of NAB, FIA, ANFDownload

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