Serial Crime : Theoretical and Practical Issues in Behavioral Profiling

By: Petherick, WayneMaterial type: TextTextSeries: eBooks on DemandPublisher: Burlington : Elsevier Science, 2005Description: 1 online resource (281 p.)ISBN: 9780080468549Subject(s): Arson investigation | Arson investigation | Criminal behavior, Prediction of | Criminal behavior, Prediction of | Criminal investigation | Criminal investigation - Psychological aspects | Criminal investigation--Psychological aspects | Investigation | Psychological aspects | Recidivism | Recidivism | Serial murder investigation | Serial murder investigation | Serial rape investigation | Serial rape investigation | Stalking | StalkingGenre/Form: Electronic books.Additional physical formats: Print version:: Serial Crime : Theoretical and Practical Issues in Behavioral ProfilingDDC classification: 364.3 | 364.3 22 LOC classification: HV6080 .S47 2005Online resources: Click here to view this ebook.
Contents:
Front cover; Title page; Copyright page; Table of contents; FOREWORD; PREFACE; ACKNOWLEDGMENTS; ABOUT THE AUTHORS; CHAPTER 1 CRIMINAL PROFILING: A CONTINUING HISTORY; CHAPTER 2 THE NATURE OF INDUCTION AND DEDUCTIONIN CRIMINAL PROFILING; The Logic of Criminal Profiling; Inductive Criminal Profiling; The Logic of Inductive Criminal Profiling; Deductive Criminal Profiling; The Logic of the Scientific Method; The Logic of Deductive Criminal Profiling; Practical Application of Deductive Criminal Profiling; Conclusion; CHAPTER 3 CRIMINAL PROFILING METHODS; Introduction
Criminal Profiling: What Is It?Criminal Investigative Analysis (CIA); Investigative Psychology; Geographic Profiling (Geoprofiling); Diagnostic Evaluations; Behavioral Evidence Analysis; Conclusion; CHAPTER 4 THE FALLACY OF ACCURACY IN CRIMINALPROFILING; Introduction; The Fallacy of Accuracy; The Measure of Success; Accuracy Rates; Problems; Suggestions; Conclusion; CHAPTER 5 CRIMINAL PROFILING AS EXPERT EVIDENCE; Criminal Profiling as Expert Evidence; State of Mind and Intent; Similar Fact Evidence; Staging; Rules of Expert Evidence; Australian Rules of Expert Evidence; Expertise Rule
Area of Expertise RuleFactual Basis Rule; Common Knowledge Rule; Ultimate Issue Rule; The Latest Indications on the Status of Profiling; R. v. Ranger; New Jersey v. Fortin; The Estate of Samuel Sheppard v.The State of Ohio; Recommendations; Conclusion; CHAPTER 6 WHERE TO FROM HERE?; Introduction; Professionalization; The Scientific Method; Research; Ethics; Accountability; Education and Training; Conclusion; CHAPTER 7 CRIMINAL PROFILERS AND THE MEDIA:PROFILING THE BELTWAY SNIPERS; The First 45 Hours; The Synergy of Poor Judgment; The Pundits; Profilers on the Case
Announcing the "Safe Havens"The Response; Catching a "Hybrid"; The "Snipers"; The Motive; The Profilers; CHAPTER 8 SERIAL STALKING: LOOKING FOR LOVEIN ALL THE WRONG PLACES?; What Is Stalking?; Incidence and Prevalence; What Makes Something Serial?; What CanBe Done About It?; Case Studies; Robert Zeljko Vidovich; Robert D. King; Conclusion; CHAPTER 9 SERIAL RAPE: AN INVESTIGATIVE APPROACH; Introduction; Rape: Characteristics of the Crime; Offender and Victim Relationships andCharacteristics; A Definition of Serial Rape; Typologies of Rape Offenders; Characteristics of the Serial Rapist
Acquiring the Victim and Committing the OffenseImportant Aspects for Investigators in SerialRape Offenses; The Investigative Process: A Model for SerialOffenses; Crime Scene Stage; Initial Assessment Stage; Investigation Stage; Target Stage; Arrest Stage; The Issue of Investigative Relevance; Issues for Investigators; Dedicated Task Force; Criminal Profiling; Linkage Blindness; Conclusion; CHAPTER 10 SERIAL MURDER: A BIOPSYCHOSOCIAL APPROACH; Defining Serial Killing; Types of Serial Killers; Organized versus Disorganized Serial Killers; Incidence of Serial Killing
Serial Sexual Sadistic Killing
Summary: Serial Crime: Theoretical and Practical Issues in Behavioral Profiling successfully connects concepts and creates links to criminal behavior across crimes -murder, sexual assault, and arson- something no other book available does. The connection of serial behavior to profiling, the most useful tool in discovering behavior patterns, is new to the body of literature available and serves to examine the ideal manner in which profiling can be used in conjunction with psychology to positively affect criminal investigations.* Provides a theoretical and practical foundation for unders
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Front cover; Title page; Copyright page; Table of contents; FOREWORD; PREFACE; ACKNOWLEDGMENTS; ABOUT THE AUTHORS; CHAPTER 1 CRIMINAL PROFILING: A CONTINUING HISTORY; CHAPTER 2 THE NATURE OF INDUCTION AND DEDUCTIONIN CRIMINAL PROFILING; The Logic of Criminal Profiling; Inductive Criminal Profiling; The Logic of Inductive Criminal Profiling; Deductive Criminal Profiling; The Logic of the Scientific Method; The Logic of Deductive Criminal Profiling; Practical Application of Deductive Criminal Profiling; Conclusion; CHAPTER 3 CRIMINAL PROFILING METHODS; Introduction

Criminal Profiling: What Is It?Criminal Investigative Analysis (CIA); Investigative Psychology; Geographic Profiling (Geoprofiling); Diagnostic Evaluations; Behavioral Evidence Analysis; Conclusion; CHAPTER 4 THE FALLACY OF ACCURACY IN CRIMINALPROFILING; Introduction; The Fallacy of Accuracy; The Measure of Success; Accuracy Rates; Problems; Suggestions; Conclusion; CHAPTER 5 CRIMINAL PROFILING AS EXPERT EVIDENCE; Criminal Profiling as Expert Evidence; State of Mind and Intent; Similar Fact Evidence; Staging; Rules of Expert Evidence; Australian Rules of Expert Evidence; Expertise Rule

Area of Expertise RuleFactual Basis Rule; Common Knowledge Rule; Ultimate Issue Rule; The Latest Indications on the Status of Profiling; R. v. Ranger; New Jersey v. Fortin; The Estate of Samuel Sheppard v.The State of Ohio; Recommendations; Conclusion; CHAPTER 6 WHERE TO FROM HERE?; Introduction; Professionalization; The Scientific Method; Research; Ethics; Accountability; Education and Training; Conclusion; CHAPTER 7 CRIMINAL PROFILERS AND THE MEDIA:PROFILING THE BELTWAY SNIPERS; The First 45 Hours; The Synergy of Poor Judgment; The Pundits; Profilers on the Case

Announcing the "Safe Havens"The Response; Catching a "Hybrid"; The "Snipers"; The Motive; The Profilers; CHAPTER 8 SERIAL STALKING: LOOKING FOR LOVEIN ALL THE WRONG PLACES?; What Is Stalking?; Incidence and Prevalence; What Makes Something Serial?; What CanBe Done About It?; Case Studies; Robert Zeljko Vidovich; Robert D. King; Conclusion; CHAPTER 9 SERIAL RAPE: AN INVESTIGATIVE APPROACH; Introduction; Rape: Characteristics of the Crime; Offender and Victim Relationships andCharacteristics; A Definition of Serial Rape; Typologies of Rape Offenders; Characteristics of the Serial Rapist

Acquiring the Victim and Committing the OffenseImportant Aspects for Investigators in SerialRape Offenses; The Investigative Process: A Model for SerialOffenses; Crime Scene Stage; Initial Assessment Stage; Investigation Stage; Target Stage; Arrest Stage; The Issue of Investigative Relevance; Issues for Investigators; Dedicated Task Force; Criminal Profiling; Linkage Blindness; Conclusion; CHAPTER 10 SERIAL MURDER: A BIOPSYCHOSOCIAL APPROACH; Defining Serial Killing; Types of Serial Killers; Organized versus Disorganized Serial Killers; Incidence of Serial Killing

Serial Sexual Sadistic Killing

Serial Crime: Theoretical and Practical Issues in Behavioral Profiling successfully connects concepts and creates links to criminal behavior across crimes -murder, sexual assault, and arson- something no other book available does. The connection of serial behavior to profiling, the most useful tool in discovering behavior patterns, is new to the body of literature available and serves to examine the ideal manner in which profiling can be used in conjunction with psychology to positively affect criminal investigations.* Provides a theoretical and practical foundation for unders

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