Introduction There is reasonable understanding of what constitute to a crime with variation in respect to historians and cultural dimensions that rule different behaviors as criminal. The task of understanding criminal behavior poses significant challenges, as the development of criminology in the 19th century has seen a variety of theories that might endeavor to comprehend and consequently predict the existence of criminality (Horgan, 2002). There are theories included in criminology which propose the existence of genetic factors, instincts and the physical and mental abnormalities that might distinguish a criminal from a noncriminal. Existences of specific personality disorders have been proposed by other theories, where general traits associated with offenders behaviors, and other approaches suggest that the understanding, acquisition and development of these behaviors with respect to environmental influences.