Session 332: RS207 -> Beyond Offender Profiling: An Investigative Psychology Framework for Psychological Contributions to Police Investigations
Time: 3:30PM to 4:50 PM on Thursday, November 14
Place: Sandburg 4
Session Chair: David Canter, University of Liverpool
Beyond Offender Profiling: An Investigative Psychology Framework for Psychological Contributions to Police Investigations
by: David Canter, University of Liverpool (Corresponding)
Behavioural Coherence in Violent Group Activity: A Circumplex Model of Interpersonal Processes in Group Sexual Violence
by: Louise Porter, University of Liverpool (Corresponding)
Linking Residential Burglaries by Modus Operandi: An Empirical Test of Some Findings That Emerge From Interviews With Offenders
by: Craig Bennell, Carleton University (Corresponding)
A Model of War Crimes Perpetrated During the Bosnian Conflict
by: Katrina Fritzon, University of Surrey (Corresponding)
Criminal Consistency and Investigative Inference
by: Donna Youngs, University of Liverpool (Corresponding)
David Canter, University of Liverpool

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