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  • Издательство: CRC Press LLC
  • Год: 2001
  • ISBN: 0-8493-2358-4
  • Кол-во страниц: 348
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  • Язык: Английский

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Table of Contents
1 Forensic Science and Criminal Investigations
1.1 Forensic Archeology: A United Kingdom Perspective
1.2 Palynology: A New Tool for the Forensic Investigator
1.3 Forensic Entomology: A Valuable Resource for
Death Investigation
2 Criminal Profiling: from Art to Science
2.1 Criminal Intelligence – The Vital Resource: An Overview
2.2 Construction of Offender Profiles Using Fuzzy Logic
2.3 Reliability, Validity, and Utility of Extant Serial
Murderer Classification
2.4 Criminal Psychology Profiling in Violent Crime Investigations:
A Comparative Assessment of Accuracy
3 Classifying Crime Scene Behavior:
New Directions
3.1 Exploring the Social Context of Instrumental and
Expressive Homicides: An Application of Qualitative
Comparative Analysis
3.2 Death by Detail: A Multivariate Model of
U.S. Serial Murderers’ Crime Scene Actions
3.3 Cluster Analysis of Burglars’ Modus Operandi (M/O)
4 Profiling and Linking Crimes
4.1 One Offender – Five Victims: Linking the Offenses of
the Serial Killer John Williams, Jr.
4.2 Nurses Who Kill: Serial Murder in Health Care Institutions
4.3 Weaknesses in Computerized Linking Data Bases
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5 Cyber-Crimes
5.1 Hackers, Phreakers, and Pirates: The Semantics of
the Computer Underground
5.2 Sociology of Hackers
6 Psycho-Geographical Profiling
6.1 The Serial Rapist’s Pattern of Target Selection
6.2 Victim Target Networks as Solvability Factors in
Serial Murder
6.3 Encounter and Death: The Spatial Behavior of
U.S. Serial Killers
6.4 Geographical Profiling
6.5 A Psycho-Geographical Profile of a Series of
Unsolved Murders in Raleigh, North Carolina
7 Ethics in Profiling
7.1 The Role of Ethics in Criminal Profiling
7.2 Ethics and Forensic Psychology
7.3 The Unexplored Ethics of Criminal Psychological Profiling

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The book will be useful and interesting to social scientists, professionals, and students in the fields of criminology, criminal justice, police studies, psychology, sociology and behavioral studies. From a practical perspective, actual case studies are used to show how specific procedures relate to ongoing police investigations. The broad range of practical information will make Criminal Psychology and Forensic Technology a standard reference book for students of criminology, psychologists, detectives, police officers, and a variety of other types of investigators. A brief overview of each chapter is given below.

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