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FBI profiling of Anthrax Letter Bomber

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Information about the Antrax Letter Bomber in America (early 1990s) and criticism of the FBI's profiling in the case. I have used various parts of this as a profiling exercise for students and then gone through the criticisms of the FBIs assumptions.

PSYB3 Offender Profiling

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My A2's are getting into a real pickle about the volume of work for the January exam. They are particularly worried about offender profiling, how much detail to include, how to structure, which studies to use etc so I've made them this summary.

Edexcel A2 Forensic Practical on Profiling

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This features some of Christine Brain's 'Getting Started' booklet and refers to a previously uploaded booklet on EWT (my students get the chance to do both - lucky them!)

Creating a Profile - Making a case OCR A2

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PPT - for Making a case and creating a profile. Used many of the resources already on Psychexchange to create ppt -Top Down, Bottom up, geoographical profiling. Thank you for sharing - you help so much!

A2 OCR G543 Summary of Studies and Methods

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This is a collection of 'storyboards' that I have made to summarise studies and methods you could use for the G543 exam. They are categorised according to the OCR spec. I hope this is helpful.

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

Edexcel GCSE Forensic psychologist, profiling and courtroom 'factors' handout

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Handout for students to fill in based on the edexcel textbook.

PSYB3: Offender profiling

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Some articles relating to the Rachel Nickell case and Paul Britton's role

Making A Case

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Student notes for Making a Case section

A2 Forensics - offender profiling

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strengths and weaknesses

serial killer case histories

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'student-appropriate' case histories of 3 famous serial killers put together with a view to categorising as organised/disorganised.  good for putting into practice US approach to profiling

Making a Case Revision Cards

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Adapted resource for Turning to Crime for the next module.

David Canter interview

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

intro to offender profiling ppt

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making a case ppt

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profiling activity

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This is a description of Steve Wright - the Ipswich murderer - and I get students to have a go at profiling, then we discuss and I give them the actual description of him and we see how close they were. They were surprisingly close and really enjoyed activity.

A2 OCR Organised vs disorganised crime scenes

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Work sheet on disorganised and organised crime scenes.

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

shared by Tom H
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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

Robert Ressler - Serial Killer - Documentary - [part 6]

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Documentary about the career of Robert Ressler – one of the original FBI profilers who helped to interview the thirty-six serial killers from which the classifications of organised and disorganised offender originate (does contain some material that students may find upsetting).

Robert Ressler - Serial Killer - Documentary - [part 5]

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Documentary about the career of Robert Ressler – one of the original FBI profilers who helped to interview the thirty-six serial killers from which the classifications of organised and disorganised offender originate (does contain some material that students may find upsetting).

Robert Ressler - Serial Killer - Documentary - [part 4]

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Documentary about the career of Robert Ressler – one of the original FBI profilers who helped to interview the thirty-six serial killers from which the classifications of organised and disorganised offender originate (does contain some material that students may find upsetting).

Robert Ressler - Serial Killer - Documentary - [part 3]

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Documentary about the career of Robert Ressler – one of the original FBI profilers who helped to interview the thirty-six serial killers from which the classifications of organised and disorganised offender originate (does contain some material that students may find upsetting).

Robert Ressler - Serial Killer - Documentary - [part 2]

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Documentary about the career of Robert Ressler – one of the original FBI profilers who helped to interview the thirty-six serial killers from which the classifications of organised and disorganised offender originate (does contain some material that students may find upsetting).

Robert Ressler - Serial Killer - Documentary - [part 1]

shared by Des McGuire
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Documentary about the career of Robert Ressler – one of the original FBI profilers who helped to interview the thirty-six serial killers from which the classifications of organised and disorganised offender originate (does contain some material that students may find upsetting).

Cracker - To be a somebody - Episode 4 Part 5

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Useful for profiling.  Profile of an offender, which is then pulled to pieces by Fitz. Discusses organised/disorganised dichotomy etc.

Mental Mapping Jack the Ripper

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Canter's mental mapping of Jack the Ripper Case

Nickell Case a Closed Book

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news item on the Nickell case - useful for evaluation of profiling

Nickell Case a Closed Book

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news item on the Nickell case - useful for evaluation of profiling

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.