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Matthew Lloyd

Mr. Gunther
Period 7
13, December 2016
Annotated Bibliography Final
Canter, David. "Offender Profiling and Investigative Psychology." Journal of Investigative
Psychology
and Offender Profiling 1.1 (2003): 1-15. Web.
Origins of offender profiling. In 1888 Dr. Thomas Bond a psychologist advised police
with information about a criminal who he identified with an early form of profiling.
Granhag, Pr Anders, and Aldert Vrij. "Introduction: What Works in Investigative Psychology?"
Legal
and Criminological Psychology 15.1 (2010): 1-3. Web.
Discussing the techniques that are used to get a confession from the unique criminals in
these psychologically different crimes.
Hkknen, Helin. "Special Issue of the Journal of Investigative Psychology and Offender
Profiling on Clinical Psychology Perspectives in Investigative Psychology." Journal of
Investigative Psychology

and Offender Profiling 4.2 (2007): 125. Web. Looking for


connections and behaviors when patients of the same diagnosis commit similar crimes.
When understood it becomes easier to catch criminals.
Ioannou, Maria, and Laura Hammond. "Special Issue of Journal of Investigative Psychology and

Offender Profiling on The Detection of Deception within Investigative Contexts." Journal


of Investigative Psychology and Offender Profiling 10.3 (2013): 289. Web.
Techniques that are used in interrogations to detect deceptive actions such as false
appeals and false accusations. This is much different than regular criminal interrogation
techniques because the mindset of these individuals is much different than the average
person.
Kocsis, Richard N., Cooksey, Ray W., Irwin, Harvey J., Allen, Greg. Circle Theory
Geographic
Psychological Profiling (1993). Journal. The Circle Theory explains how many
different psychological crimes can be placed in a circle. Lines can then be drawn to
match one behavior to another due to likelihood of it happening with any given suspect
helping solve many cases.
Salfati, Gabrielle C. Psychological and methodological issues of testing for behavioural
consistency
Offender Profiling. ACe(2009) Often sociopathic criminals they will perform
certain behaviors that are unique to themselves and their classifications. Finding
consistency within groups helps solve multiple cases of the same offense.
Salfati, C. Gabrielle. "Special Issue of the Journal of Investigative Psychology and Offender
Profiling on Offender Consistency & Linking Serial Crime." Journal of Investigative
Psychology and Offender Profiling 4.2 (2007): 123. Web. Finding similar signatures and
behaviors that link crimes to a criminal or a criminals to crimes or even criminals to
criminals.

Schlesinger, Louis. Investigative implications from crime scene analysis.

Psychological

Profiling
(2009). Investigative Journal.Describing the effectiveness and techniques used by
psychological profilers in finding criminals who do not think like the average human
does due to mental illness.
"Special Issue of the Journal of Investigative Psychology and Offender Profiling on Police
Decision
Making." Journal of Investigative Psychology and Offender Profiling 9.1 (2011): 110.
Web.
An important part of profiling is the effect that the information has on the police. Once
the officers know what they are suppose to look for it makes it much easier to catch the
criminal. It also eliminates racial profiling because the psychological profile generally
states the most likely race.
Towl, Graham J., and David A. Crighton. "The Handbook of Psychology for Forensic
Practitioners." (1996): n. pag. Web. Basic overview of techniques and applications used
by forensic psychologists.
Woodhams, Jessica, and Craig Bennell. "Special Issue of the Journal of Investigative
Psychology and Offender Profiling on the Behavioural Linking of Serial Crimes."
Journal of Investigative Psychology and Offender Profiling 8.2 (2011): 216. Web.
In past years it has become common for different people to commit similar crimes. When
looking for one behavior it may be helpful to look across other crimes to find a
connection to further understand criminals in the same category

Youngs, Donna. Beyond the Offender Profile. Investigative Psychology in the Courtroom.
(2009). Investigative Journal.
Looking into the behaviors of criminals when they are in the courtroom and looking for
hints as
to whether or not they are lying.