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Offender Profiling / Edition 2

Offender Profiling / Edition 2

by Robert D Keppel
     
 

ISBN-10: 075938875X

ISBN-13: 9780759388758

Pub. Date: 04/01/2006

Publisher: Cengage Learning

Offender Profiling synthesizes and organizes the best thinking on crime assessment and offender profiling, produced by a number of eminent scholars from a variety of disciplines, including psychology, psychiatry, criminology, geography, and criminal justice. The eight substantive sections cover a broad range of topics.

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Offender Profiling synthesizes and organizes the best thinking on crime assessment and offender profiling, produced by a number of eminent scholars from a variety of disciplines, including psychology, psychiatry, criminology, geography, and criminal justice. The eight substantive sections cover a broad range of topics.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780759388758
Publisher:
Cengage Learning
Publication date:
04/01/2006
Edition description:
2ND
Pages:
280
Product dimensions:
9.90(w) x 7.70(h) x 1.10(d)

Table of Contents

Section I: Historical Background and Overview
Introduction to Section I Article 1: Historical Origins of Offender Profiling by Welch & Keppel. Article 2: Psychological Profiling: Past, Present, and Future by Egger.
Section II: Methodologies of Offender Profiling Introduction to Section II Article 3: Psychology of Offender Profiling by David Canter (1995). Article 4: Criminal Profiling from Crime Scene Analysis by Douglas, Ressler, Burgess, and Hartman (1986). Article 5: Contributions of Psychiatric Consultation in the Investigation of Serial Murder by Liebert. . Article 6: Profiling Killers: A Revised Classification Model for Understanding Sexual Murder by Keppel and Walter (1999).
Section III: Behavioral Characteristics of Offenders Introduction of Section III Article 7: Sexual Homicide of Elderly Females: Linking Offender Characteristics to Victim and Crime Scene Attributes by Safarik, Jarvis, and Nussbaum (2002). Article 8: Sexually Sadistic Killers by Warren, Hazelwood, and Dietz (1996) Article 9: Profiles in the Offending Process of Non-serial Sexual Homicides by Beauregard and Proulx (2002). Article 10: Threat Assessment: An Approach to Prevent Targeted Violence by Fein, Vossekuil, and Holden. Article 11: Kidnapping of Juveniles: Patterns from NIBRS by Finkelhor and Ormrod (2000).
Section IV: Crime Assessment Using Method of Operation and Signature Analysis Introduction to Section IV Article 12: Violent Crime Scene Analysis: Modus Operandi, Signature, and Staging by Douglas and Munn (1992). Article 13: Signature Murders: A Report of the 1984Cranbrook, British Colombia Cases by Keppel (1995)
Section V: Courtroom Testimony and Appellate Court Review Introduction to Section V Article 14: The Personality Paradox, in Offender Profiling: A Theoretical Review of the Processes Involved in Deriving Background Characteristics from Crime Scene Actions by Alison, Bennel, Mokros, and Ormerod (2002). Article 15: Testimony of Robert Keppel in State of Washington v. George Russell (1991). Article 16: State v. Russell (1994)
Section VI: Profiling Research Introduction of Section VI Article 17: Investigative Case Management for Missing Children Homicides by Hanfland, Keppel, and Weis. Article 18: The Nature of Expressiveness and Instrumentality in Homicide: Implications for Offender Profiling (2000) by Salfati. Article 19: Psychological Aspects of Crime Scene Profiling: Validity Research by Homant and Kennedy (1998). Article 20: Coals to Newcastle: Police Use of Offender Profiling by Copson.
Section VII: Statistical and Geographical Profiling and Law Enforcement Data Bases Introduction to Section VII Article 21: Improving the Investigation of Violent Crime: The Homicide Investigation Tracking System (HITS) by Keppel and Weis (1993). Article 22: Crime Scene and Distance Correlates of Serial Rape
Section VIII: Ethical Considerations in Profiling Introduction to Section VIII Article 23: Professional, Legal, and Ethical Considerations by Allison and Canter (1999) Article 24: Criminal Profiling: Trial by Judge and Jury, not Criminal Psychologist by Ormerod. Article 25: APA's Expert Panel in the Congressional Review of the USS Iowa Incident
by Poythress, Otto, Darkes, and Starr (1993

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