Qualifications Bachelor of Arts in Honours Psychology - The University of Western Ontario Masters of Criminology - Bond University Claire holds a Bachelor of Arts degree (Honours) in Psychology from the University of Western Ontario in Canada and a Masters of Criminology from Bond University in Australia. She is currently a doctoral candidate in the Criminology Department at Bond University, where she is studying staged crime scenes. Claire worked for St. Leonards Society in 2006, writing a narrative to be used for training purposes in homicide cases. In 2007, she undertook an internship with Queensland Fire and Rescue in the Fire Investigation Unit and recently completed a crime scene analysis internship with Forensic Solutions. Claire works at Bond University as an Adjunct Teaching Fellow in the Criminology Department. Claire is also co-editor of Forensic Criminology with Wayne Petherick and Brent Turvey.
An introduction to crime and deviance (with Wayne Petherick), Crime and deviance (2009)
Criminological knowledge as it relates to concepts of deviance have been stagnating. Historically, new...
Arson in Australia (with Jared Kreeger), Crime and deviance (2009)
Due to its unique climate, Australia is one of the most fire-prone countries in...
Assault, Crime and deviance (2009)
Not only is assault a problem in every country around the world, but it...
Behavioral consistency, the homology assumption and the problems of induction (with Wayne Petherick), Serial crime: Theoretical and practical issues in behavioral profiling (2009)
The ultimate goal of profiling is to identify the major behavioral and personality characteristics...
Intimate partner violence and homicide, Crime and deviance (2009)
Violence between partners is not a new phenomenon, although attitudes towards it have changed...
Criminal profiling (with Wayne A. Petherick), Forensic criminology (2010)
Forensic Criminology: the scientific study of crime and criminals for the purposes of addressing investigative...