Alliant International University California School of Forensic Studies experts are able to provide insight on motives for criminal behavior as well as how this behavior can be prevented or identified before any criminal action occurs. Faculty are criminologists (with expertise in sexual predators and serial killers), forensic psychologists, expert in terrorism and risk assessment, as well as juvenile justice, domestic violence and custody cases. Other expertise includes those who work with death penalty cases (including death row appeals and clemency), police psychologists, criminal profilers, threat assessment and others who have worked for and with federal and local law enforcement agencies. Our experts can provide clarity on how U.S. and many international courts may handle certain cases.
The California School of Forensic Studies was the first doctoral program in forensic psychology in the U.S., and remains the largest. Alliant is a private, nonprofit institution of higher learning accredited by the Western Association of Schools and Colleges with campuses in Fresno, Irvine, Los Angeles, Sacramento, San Diego, San Francisco, Mexico City, Hong Kong and Tokyo.