- Criminal behaviour, Prediction of
- Forensic psychology
- 1843921014 (pbk.)
- 1843921138 (hbk.)
- 9781843921011 (pbk.)
- 9781843921134 (hbk.)
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- Includes bibliographical references and index.
- Preface; 1 Introduction: from trait-based profiling to psychological contributions to apprehension methods; Section 1 Criminal investigations: procedure, policy and practice; 2 Jack the Ripper and the Whitechapel murders: a very Victorian critical incident (Jonathan Ogan and Laurence Alison) 3 Psychological research and police investigations: are we meting the needs? (Emma Barrett) 4 Suspect prioritization in the investigation of sex offenders: from clinical classification and profiling to pragmatism (Laurence Alison and Georgia Wilson) 5 An introduction to crime analysis (Nina Cope) 6 The interpersonal dynamics of police interviewing (Laurence Alison and Joanne Howard) Section 2 Offender profiling: statement analysis, offender assessment and behavioural investigative analysis; 7 Rhetorical shaping in an undercover operation: the investigation of Colin Stagg in the Rachel Nickell murder enquiry (Laurence Alison and David Canter) 8 Police corruption (Louise Porter) 9 Working with courts: advice for expert witnesses (David Ormerod) 10 Guidelines for profilers (Laurence Alison, Alasdair Goodwill and Emily Alison) 11 Assessing the reliability of interviews with vulnerable witnesses (Kate Fritzon) 12 The Gilfoyle case (David Canter) 13 Malingering or memory loss in a major collision investigation? Reconstructing accounts of suspects, victims and witnesses (Laurence Alison) 14 Consent, interference and patterns of abuse in a case of domestic violence (Laurence Alison and Emily Alison) 15 A stalking management programme: preparing advisory material for non-psychologists (Laurence Alison and Emily Alison) 16 Conclusions (Laurence Alison and Adrian West); Index.
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