The broad term used for understanding the intersection of psychological behavior and the mind relating to Criminology and Legal System.
Because human behavior is so varied, the number of sub-fields in psychology is constantly growing and evolving. There are many different roles that the Forensic Psychologist performs.
Psychologists provide expertise to judicial, administrative, and educational systems including, examining or treating persons in anticipation of or subsequent to legal, contractual, administrative, proceedings.
A Forensic Psychologist can offer expert opinion about psychological issues in the form of testimony to judicial, legislative or administrative bodies.
Serving as a trial consultant or otherwise offering expertise to attorneys, the courts, or others; conducting research in connection with, or in the anticipation of, litigation; or involvement in educational activities of a forensic nature.