Independently applying knowledge about agents, policy processes and decision-making processes within the criminological field when addressing crime and deviance phenomena (and societal responses to these phenomena).Independently applying knowledge of the European and international institutional and policy
development context of criminology and criminal justice when addressing crime and deviance phenomena (and societal responses to these phenomena).
Applying in-depth knowledge of specific crime and deviance phenomena (and societal responses to these phenomena) in the scientific research.Addressing crime and deviance phenomena multi-dimensionally and cross-culturally.Addressing crime and deviance phenomena in a multi-disciplinary, comprehensive and
Having knowledge on current discussions and issues regarding crime and deviance phenomena (and societal responses to these phenomena).Critically analyzing crime and deviance phenomena (and societal responses to these phenomena) through research and the application of theory.Writing a relevant and coherent research project.Independently selecting appropriate research techniques, executing the analysis and critically interpreting its results.
Articulating a scientifically reasoned opinion about crime and deviance phenomena (and societal responses to these phenomena).Thinking in an innovative and scientific manner that is oriented towards policy, policy preparation and policy support.Independently, systematically and critically examining one’s own thinking and modifying it, when necessary.Demonstrating an active attitude about the current affairs in the field, permanent development of knowledge and life-long learning.Interpreting a situation, criminological issue or problem from multiple (cultural) perspectives and different (international) models.Writing a clear report/paper on the results of (one’s own) scientific research and/or personal
Orally presenting one’s personal viewpoint and/or (one’s own) research results, adapted to the target audience.Being open to and participate in the academic and professional debate within the criminological domain.Having insight into the societal role and responsibility of a criminologist, and into the related ethical, cultural and legal issues.Critically reflecting on current policies in criminological relevant domains.Respecting the integrity and deontological values of the profession and integrating them in one’s personal scientific/professional work.Respecting cultural differences and integrating diversity, pluralism and tolerance in one’s personal scientific/professional work.Having insight into intercultural and international debates on criminological issues.Acting in accordance with the interests, values and norms of the criminological working field.Contributing to a joint result in a team or project, even if this is not immediately in one’s personal interest (collaboration). Recognizing and responding adequately to the wishes and needs of the various stakeholders (customer focus).Developing professional relationships, coalitions, and using them to obtain information and cooperation (networks).Innovating to create products, services, processes and structures that meet future challenges (innovation).Placing facts in a broad context and using scientific research to develop a future-oriented policy (vision).