Forensic and legal psychology students have the opportunity to learn about psycholegal and intelligence-related issues in various countries. These faculty-led study abroad programs are typically seven to ten days in duration, with classroom meetings held before and after the international experience. Some recent study abroad courses include:
- The Hague and Amsterdam, The Netherlands (2017, 2018; included Red Light District, International Criminal Court, counter-terrorism, crimmigration, sex trafficking and violence, juvenile offending, national police, prison visit, miscarriages of justice)
- London, England (2016; included psychology of terrorism, wrongful convictions, counter-terrorism, prison visit, youth offending)
- Prague, Czech Republic (2015; included sex trafficking, child victimization, mistreatment and discrimination of Roma)
- Phnom Penh and Siem Reap, Cambodia (2014; included temple and floating village visits, war’s impact on communities, Tuol Sleng Genocide Museum, human trafficking)
- Stockholm, Sweden (2013; included human rights, prostitution, corporal punishment, National Police Board, women’s shelter, counter-terrorism)
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