CRJS 401/CRIMINAL PROFILING J.B. Helfgott, PhD, Associate Professor/Chair Criminal Justice Department/ Seattle University

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ifrance.angelfire.htm/ Forensic Criminology Services: http://www.html Serial Killers Exposed: http://members.htm Robert Ressler Homepage: http://www.Crime Spider/Profiling: http://www.johndouglasmindhunter.profiling.i-psy.htm Profiling Articles: http://flash.html Robert Hare’s Website Devoted to the Study of Psychopathy: Serial Killer Central: “What is Criminal Profiling?” by Brent Turvey: Journal of Criminal Profiling: http://haworthpressinc.robertkressler.cgi?Category=Crime_Studies%7CProfiling Encyclopedia of Psychology/Forensic Psychology: FBI – National Center for the Analysis of Violent Crime (NCAVC): Investigative Psychology (David Canter/ University of Liverpool): http://www.corpus-delicti.fbi.htm Forensic Psychology and Criminal Profiling: Institute for Forensics ( Keppel): Knowledge Solutions (Brent Turvey): http://www.html Sexual Homicide Exchange: (John Douglas): Mindhunter. Helfgott Seattle University Criminal Justice Profiling and Personality Simulation: Journal of Behavioral Profiling: Investigative Process Management (Maurice Godwin): Kruglick’s Forensic Psychology & Psychiatry Links: http://www. Page 6 Criminal Profiling References/Recommended Reading .

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