- Canter, David V.
- Youngs, Donna.
- Geographical offender profiling.
- Criminal investigation -- Psychological aspects
- 0754627209 (cased) :
- 9780754627203 (cased)
- 0754627241 (pbk.) :
- 9780754627241 (pbk.)
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- Includes bibliographical references and index.
- Contents: Series preface; Introduction - applications of geographical offender profiling. Part I Empirical Bases: A multivariate analysis of serial murderers' disposal site location choice, S. Lundrigan and D. Canter; Offender characteristics and spatial mobility: an empirical study and some policy implications, T. Gabor and E. Gottheil; The environmental range of serial rapists, D. Canter and P. Larkin; The road to robbery: travel patterns in commercial robberies, P.J. van Koppen and R.W. Jansen. Part II Stylistic Variations: Crime scene and distance correlates of serial rape, J. Warren, R. Reboussin, R.R. Hazelwood, A. Cummings, N. Gibbs and S. Trumbetta; An examination of the relationship between distance travelled and motivational aspects of arson, K. Fritzon; The journey to rape: geographic distance and the rapist's method of approaching the victim, J.L. LeBeau; Characteristics of serial arsonists and crime scene geography in Japan, M. Tamura and M. Suzuki. Part III Investigative Directions: Predicting serial killers' home base using a decision support system, D. Canter, T. Coffey, M. Huntley and C. Missen; Linking commercial burglaries by modus operandi: tests using regression and ROC analysis, C. Bennell and D.V. Canter; Predicting home location of serial offenders: a preliminary comparison of the accuracy of human judges and a geographical profiling system, B. Snook, D. Canter and C. Bennell; Confusing operational predicaments and cognitive explorations, D. Canter; A comparison of the efficacy of different decay functions in geographical profiling for a sample of US serial killers, D. Canter and L. Hammond.
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