Criminologist
Criminology Crim`i*nol"o*gy (-n?l"?-j?), n. [L. crimen, crimenis, crime + -logy.] 1. A treatise on crime or the criminal population. [1913 Webster]

2. The branch of sociology which studies crime and criminals. [PJC] -- {Crim`i*nol"o*gist} (-j?st), n. [1913 Webster]


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