Criminologists often look for behavioral patterns of a possible criminal in hopes of finding a particular perpetrator.
They also conduct research and investigations, developing theories, and composing results, and often more than not solve crimes.
It essentially means that parts of a person's personality have traits that align with many traits possessed by criminals.
Traits such as neuroticism, anti-social tendencies, and aggressive behaviors.
Many studies have been done and the conclusion has been made that not all male criminals have this syndrome but that many males with this syndrome end up being criminals.
Positivism comprises three segments: biological, psychological and social positivism.
Psychological Positivism is the concept that criminal acts or the people doing said crimes do them because of internal factors driving them.
He found age, gender, poverty, education, and alcohol consumption were important factors to crime.
Émile Durkheim viewed crime as an inevitable aspect of a society with uneven distribution of wealth and other differences among people.