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Title
Offender profiling Offender profiling
Type
Text
Language
English
Illustrative Content
illustrations
Classification
LCC: HV8073.5 .K46 2006 (Source: dlc)
DDC: 364.3 full (Assigner: dlc)
Identified By
Lccn: 2006299690
Table Of Contents
Historical origins of offender profiling
Psychological profiling
Psychology of offender profiling
Criminal profiling from crime scene analysis
Contributions of psychiatric consultation in the investigation of serial murder
Profiling killers: a revised classification model for understanding sexual murder
Sexual homicide of elderly females
The sexually sadistic serial killer
Profiles in the offending process of nonserial sexual murderers
Threat assessment: an approach to prevent targeted violence
Kidnapping of juveniles: patterns from NIBRS
Violent crime scene analysis: modus oeprandi, signature, and staging
Case report signature murders: a report of the 1984 Cranbrook, British Columbia cases
The personality paradox in offender profiling: a theoretical review of the processes involved in deriving background characteristics from crime scene actions
Testimony of Robert Keppel in State of Washington v. George W. Russell (1991)
State v. Russell
Investigative case management for missing children homicides: report II
The nature of expressiveness and instrumentality in homicide
Psychological aspects of crime scene profiling
Coals to Newcastle: police use of offender profiling
Improving the investigation of violent crime: the homicide investigation and tracking system
Crime scene and distance correlates of serial rape
Profesisonal, legal and ethical issues in offender profiling
Criminal profiling: trial by judge and jury, not criminal psychologist
Apa's expert panel in the congressional review of the USS Iowa incident.
Authorized Access Point
Keppel, Robert D. Offender profiling