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Snook and Canter study summary bottom up offender profiling

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These study summaries were created by myself and another teacher (thanks Karen for the original proforma!) to give to A2 students studying OCR. As we are using two textbooks and not necessarily the study listed in the textbook we decided to do these so that students could keep a summary in their folders and did not get confused when different studies were mentioned in the book.

Edexcel GCSE Topic E-Are criminals born or made-offender profiling

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offender profiling and the case of John Duffy PowerPoint presentation

David Canter interview

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Useful for PSYB3 Forensics when introducing Investigative Profiling.  This interview was from the BBC Crimewatch website

Forensic- Geographical profiling AQAB

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Power Point on Geographical profiling for the AQAB specification (can be adapted).

Offender Profiling Activity Booklet - Teacher version

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TEACHER VERSION This has been gleaned from actual fbi profiles, some of canter's work and fictional cases from a Profilers Handbook - WARNING - I've removed any graphic details of cases but the subject matter could still be problematic - I always give students the option of missing these lessons. There is a teacher version with answers which I'm uploading

Offender profiling activity booklet

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This has been gleaned from actual fbi profiles, some of canter's work and fictional cases from a Profilers Handbook - WARNING - I've removed any graphic details of cases but the subject matter could still be problematic - I always give students the option of missing these lessons. There is a teacher version with answers which I'm uploading

Canter (2000) Offender Profiling and Criminal Differentiation

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This article identifies the psychological hypotheses that form the foundations for “Offender Profiling” and reviews the research that has tested them. Canter (2000)

Canter & Heritage worksheet

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'Creating a Profile' worksheet for Forensic Psychology section 'making a case', including description of study and questions.

The organised/disorganised typology of serial murder Myth or Model

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Pdf of original study, good for Criminal Profiling for OCR

Canter et al (2004) Myth of 2 types

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Canter et al (2004) Myth of 2 types     THE ORGANIZED/DISORGANIZED TYPOLOGYOF SERIAL MURDERMyth or Model?David V. Canter, Laurence J. Alison, Emily Alison, andNatalia WentinkUniversity of Liverpool

Canter, D., Alison, L.J., Alison, E., Wentink, N. (2004) The Organized / Disorganized Typology of Serial Murder: Myth or Model?

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Full text - Useful for Forensic Psychology   THE ORGANIZED/DISORGANIZED TYPOLOGY OF SERIAL MURDERMyth or Model?David V. Canter, Laurence J. Alison, Emily Alison, and Natalia WentinkUniversity of Liverpool

tears lies and videotape part 4/5

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tears lies and videotape part 5/5

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tears lies and videotape part 3/5

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tears lies and videotape part2/5

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tears lies and videotape part1/5

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the five parts make up a one hour programme on people who lied about what they said had happened to their relatives, with comments from Canter and Ekman along the way.

Mental Mapping Jack the Ripper

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Canter's mental mapping of Jack the Ripper Case

Mental Mapping Jack the Ripper

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David Canter shows how the location of Jack the Ripper's crimes could reveal where he lived and discusses how this helps to assess the 'Diary of Jack the Ripper' allegedly authored by James Maybrick as discussed in Dr Canter's book Mapping Murder.