- Crime scene profilers
- Criminal personality profilers
- Offender profilers
- found: Work cat.: Cook, S. The real Cracker, c2001: p. 7, passim. (Dr. Richard Badcock ... forensic psychiatrist ... one of Britain's foremost offender profilers ... Dr. Julian Boon, an academic psychologist ... they undoubtedly share ... a firm commitment to their curious part-time activity of profiling ... only twenty other accredited offender profilers in Britain)
- found: Encyc. of forensic sciences, c2000: . 1, pp. 466, 469 (Criminal profiling: It has also been referred to ... as behavioral profiling, crime scene profiling, criminal personality profiling, offender profiling and psychological profiling ... In the United States, profiling units can be found in a number of federal agencies [including the FBI] as well as numerous state and large city enforcement agencies. Internationally, law enforcement agencies with dedicated profiling units can be found in countries such as Australia, Canada, England, the Netherlands and South Africa. Additionally, there are a number of independent individuals and organizations involved in criminal profiling around the world. Independent profilers tend to be professionals with investigative, forensic an/or behavioral training, education and experience who work with law enforcement agencies and attorneys.)
- 2001-11-02: new
- 2001-12-11: revised
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