Serial Crime : Theoretical and Practical Issues in Behavioral Profiling

By: Petherick, WayneContributor(s): Petherick, WayneMaterial type: TextTextSeries: eBooks on DemandPublisher: Burlington : Elsevier Science, 2009Edition: 2nd edDescription: 1 online resource (407 p.)ISBN: 9780080961750Subject(s): Arson investigation | Arson investigation | Criminal behavior, Prediction of | Criminal behavior, Prediction of | Criminal investigation - Psychological aspects | Criminal 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 LOC classification: HV6080.S47 2009Online resources: Click here to view this ebook.
Contents:
Front Cover; Serial Crime; Copyright; Contents; Foreword to the Second Edition; Preface; Acknowledgments; About the Authors; Chapter 1: Criminal Profiling: A Continuing History; Introduction; Early Beginnings; James Brussel and Forensic Psychiatry; The federal Bureau of Investigation and Crime Scene Analysis; David Canter and Investigative Psychology; Kim Rossmo and Geographical Profiling; Brent Turvey and Behavioral Evidence Analysis; Conclusion; Chapter 2: Induction and Deduction inCriminal Profiling; Introduction; Logic and Criminal Profiling; Inductive Criminal Profiling
Applied Inductive ProfilingDeductive Criminal Profiling; The Logic of Deductive Criminal Profiling; Practical Application of Deductive Criminal Profiling; Conclusion; Chapter 3: Behavioral Consistency, the Homology Assumption, and the Problems of Induction; Introduction; Behavioral Consistency; The Homology Assumption; The Problems of Induction; The Problem of Reliability; The Problem of Relevance; The Problem of Trait Reliance; The Relevance of Risk Assessment Research; The Problem of Case Linkage; Conclusion; Chapter 4: Criminal Profiling Methods; Introduction
Criminal profiling: what is it?Criminal Investigative Analysis; Investigative Psychology; Geographic Profiling (Geoprofiling); The Least Effort Principle; Distance Decay; The Circle Hypothesis; Geographic Profiling Computer Systems; Diagnostic Evaluations; Behavioral Evidence Analysis; Conclusion; Chapter 5: The Fallacy of Accuracy in Criminal Profiling; Introduction; The Fallacy of Accuracy; The Measure of Success; Accuracy Rates; Problems; Suggestions; Conclusion; Chapter 6: Investigative Relevance; Golas of Profiling and Inputs and Outputs; Inputs and Outputs
Accuracy, Utility, and Investigative RelevanceAn Analysis of Investigative Relevance; Results; Analysis of Overall Sample; Analysis of Sample by Method; Diagnostic Evaluations; Investigative Psychology; Discussion; Interpretation of Results; Conclusion; Chapter 7: Metacognition in Criminal Profiling; Introduction; Metacognition; Metacognitive Monitoring; The Role of Competence; The Woodhouse Study; Method; Results; Discussion; Methodological Considerations; Conclusion; Chapter 8: Criminal Profiling as Expert Evidence; Criminal Profiling as Expert Evidence; State of Mindand Intent
Similar FactEvidenceStaging; Rules of ExpertEvidence; Australian Rules of Expert Evidence; Expertise Rule; Area of Expertise Rule; Factual Basis Rule; Common Knowledge Rule; Ultimate Issue Rule; The LatestIndications on theStatus of Profiling; R. v. Ranger; New Jersey v. Fortin; The Estate of Samuel Sheppard v. The State of Ohio; R. v. Klymchuk; Recommendations; Conclusion; Chapter 9: Where to from Here?; Introduction; Professionalization; The ScientificMethod; Research; Ethics; Accountability; Education andTraining; Conclusion
Chapter 10: Criminal Profilers and the Media: Profiling the Beltway Snipers1
Summary: Serial Crime: Theoretical and Practical Issues in Behavioral Profiling examines serial predatory behavior and is comprised of two main parts. The first section deals with behavioral profiling, and covers a variety of critical issues from profiling's history and the theoretical schools of thought to its treatment in the mainstream media. The second edition includes new sections on the problems of induction, metacognition in criminal profiling and investigative relevance. Part two deals more specifically with a number of types of serial crime including stalking, rape, murder and arson. Ch
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Front Cover; Serial Crime; Copyright; Contents; Foreword to the Second Edition; Preface; Acknowledgments; About the Authors; Chapter 1: Criminal Profiling: A Continuing History; Introduction; Early Beginnings; James Brussel and Forensic Psychiatry; The federal Bureau of Investigation and Crime Scene Analysis; David Canter and Investigative Psychology; Kim Rossmo and Geographical Profiling; Brent Turvey and Behavioral Evidence Analysis; Conclusion; Chapter 2: Induction and Deduction inCriminal Profiling; Introduction; Logic and Criminal Profiling; Inductive Criminal Profiling

Applied Inductive ProfilingDeductive Criminal Profiling; The Logic of Deductive Criminal Profiling; Practical Application of Deductive Criminal Profiling; Conclusion; Chapter 3: Behavioral Consistency, the Homology Assumption, and the Problems of Induction; Introduction; Behavioral Consistency; The Homology Assumption; The Problems of Induction; The Problem of Reliability; The Problem of Relevance; The Problem of Trait Reliance; The Relevance of Risk Assessment Research; The Problem of Case Linkage; Conclusion; Chapter 4: Criminal Profiling Methods; Introduction

Criminal profiling: what is it?Criminal Investigative Analysis; Investigative Psychology; Geographic Profiling (Geoprofiling); The Least Effort Principle; Distance Decay; The Circle Hypothesis; Geographic Profiling Computer Systems; Diagnostic Evaluations; Behavioral Evidence Analysis; Conclusion; Chapter 5: The Fallacy of Accuracy in Criminal Profiling; Introduction; The Fallacy of Accuracy; The Measure of Success; Accuracy Rates; Problems; Suggestions; Conclusion; Chapter 6: Investigative Relevance; Golas of Profiling and Inputs and Outputs; Inputs and Outputs

Accuracy, Utility, and Investigative RelevanceAn Analysis of Investigative Relevance; Results; Analysis of Overall Sample; Analysis of Sample by Method; Diagnostic Evaluations; Investigative Psychology; Discussion; Interpretation of Results; Conclusion; Chapter 7: Metacognition in Criminal Profiling; Introduction; Metacognition; Metacognitive Monitoring; The Role of Competence; The Woodhouse Study; Method; Results; Discussion; Methodological Considerations; Conclusion; Chapter 8: Criminal Profiling as Expert Evidence; Criminal Profiling as Expert Evidence; State of Mindand Intent

Similar FactEvidenceStaging; Rules of ExpertEvidence; Australian Rules of Expert Evidence; Expertise Rule; Area of Expertise Rule; Factual Basis Rule; Common Knowledge Rule; Ultimate Issue Rule; The LatestIndications on theStatus of Profiling; R. v. Ranger; New Jersey v. Fortin; The Estate of Samuel Sheppard v. The State of Ohio; R. v. Klymchuk; Recommendations; Conclusion; Chapter 9: Where to from Here?; Introduction; Professionalization; The ScientificMethod; Research; Ethics; Accountability; Education andTraining; Conclusion

Chapter 10: Criminal Profilers and the Media: Profiling the Beltway Snipers1

Serial Crime: Theoretical and Practical Issues in Behavioral Profiling examines serial predatory behavior and is comprised of two main parts. The first section deals with behavioral profiling, and covers a variety of critical issues from profiling's history and the theoretical schools of thought to its treatment in the mainstream media. The second edition includes new sections on the problems of induction, metacognition in criminal profiling and investigative relevance. Part two deals more specifically with a number of types of serial crime including stalking, rape, murder and arson. Ch

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