This is book number 27 in the Introductory series.
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Criminal Profiling: A Forensic and Criminal Psychology Guide To FBI And Statistical Profiling Content
Part One: FBI Profiling
1.1- Introduction to FBI Profiling
1.2- The Process of FBI Profiling, Their Methodology and The Process of Police Investigations
1.3- FBI Profiling Example
1.4- What Research Says About Profiling?
1.5- What Do the Police and Psychologists Think About Profiling?
Part Two: Statistical and Geographical Profiling
2.1- Investigative Psychology and Statistical and Geographical Profiling
2.2- Geographical Profiling
2.3- The Research Base of Profiling
2.4- The Homology Issue and Basic Theory
2.5- Personality and Profiling