Praise for Crime Classification Manual
"The very first book by and for criminal justice professionalsin the major case fields. . . . The skills, techniques, andproactive approaches offered are creatively concrete and worthy ofreplication across the country. . . . Heartily recommended forthose working in the 'front line' of major caseinvestigation."John B. Rabun Jr., ACSW, Executive Vice President and ChiefOperating Officer, National Center for Missing and ExploitedChildren
"[CCM] is an outstanding resource for students pursuing forensicscience degrees. It provides critical information on major crimes,which improve the user's ability to assess and evaluate."Paul Thomas Clements, PhD, APRN-BC, CGS, DF-IAFN DrexelUniversity Forensic Healthcare Program
The landmark book standardizing the language, terminology,and classifications used throughout the criminal justicesystem
Arranged according to the primary intent of the criminal, theCrime Classification Manual, Third Edition features thelanguage, terms, and classifications the criminal justice systemand allied fields use as they work to protect society from criminalbehavior.
Coauthored by a pioneer of modern profiling and featuring newcoverage of wrongful convictions and false confessions, theThird Edition:
- Tackles new areas affected by globalization and newtechnologies, including human trafficking and internationallycoordinated cybercrimes
- Expands discussion of border control, The Bureau of Alcohol,Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives (ATF), and Homeland Security
- Addresses the effects of ever-evolving technology on thecommission and detection of crime
The definitive text in this field, Crime ClassificationManual, Third Edition is written for law enforcement personnel,mental health professionals, forensic scientists, and thoseprofessionals whose work requires an understanding of criminalbehavior and detection.
|Edition description:||New Edition|
|Product dimensions:||5.90(w) x 8.70(h) x 1.60(d)|
About the Author
JOHN E. DOUGLAS has been an FBI agent for over thirtyyears. One of the most successful and best-known true crime authorsin the country, his many books include the New York Timesbestseller Mind Hunter, which first introduced the public tothe idea of psychological profiles as a tool in hunting downkillers.
ANN W. BURGESS, RN, DNSc, is the author of nine textbookson psychiatric nursing and crisis intervention and ten books onassessment and treatment of child, adolescent, and adult sexualassault victims and serial offenders.
ALLEN G. BURGESS is a former associate professor in theCollege of Business Administration at Northeastern University inBoston.
ROBERT K. RESSLER, MS, is a twenty-year veteran of theFBI. He developed many of the programs that led to the formulationof the FBI's National Center for the Analysis of Violent Crime.
Table of Contents
PART I CRIME ANALYSIS AND INVESTIGATION
1 Crime Classification: Past and Present 3
2 Criminal Investigative Concepts in Crime Scene Analysis 21 John E. Douglas and Lauren K. Douglas
3 The Impact of the Internet, Technology, and Forensics on Crime Investigation 39 John E. Douglas, Lauren K. Douglas, and Stefan R. Treffers
4 Local, Federal, and International Agencies 59
5 Classifying Crimes by Severity From Aggravators to Depravity 91 Michael Welner
PART II THE CLASSIFICATIONS
6 Criminal Enterprise Homicide 111
7 Personal Cause Homicide 165
8 Sexual Homicide 205
9 Extremist and Medical Homicide 237
10 Group Cause Homicide 263
11 Arson/Bombing 277
12 Rape and Sexual Assault 307
13 Nonlethal Crimes 367
14 Computer Crimes 399 Allen G. Burgess
15 Increased Globalization of Crime 431 Stefan R. Treffers
16 Mass and Serial Homicide 471
17 Poison and Biological Agents as Weapons 491 Arthur E. Westveer, John P. Jarvis, Carl J. Jensen, III, and Anne M. Berger
PART III LEGAL ISSUES
18 Interviewing, Interrogation, and Criminal Confessions 507 Gregory M. Cooper, Michael P. Napier, and Susan H. Adams
19 Wrongful Convictions: Causes, Solutions, and Case Studies 527 Peter Shellem
About the Editors 545
About the Contributors 549
Citation Index 551
Name Index 555
Subject Index 557