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The Forensic Psychology of Theft, Burglary and Property Crime (Introductory #26) (Hardcover)

The Forensic Psychology of Theft, Burglary and Property Crime (Introductory #26) By Connor Whiteley Cover Image
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This is book number 26 in the Introductory series.


Whether you're a psychology student, a forensic psychologist or just a person interested in forensic psychology. You'll love this book

Do you want to know why people shoplift?

How burglars make decisions?

How burglars choose their targets?

If the answer is yes to these questions and more. This is the book for you.

By the end of this forensic psychology book, you'll know:

- Why people shoplift?

- Why shop workers steal?

- How burglars decide their targets?

- The truth behind the burglar-drug connection

- Is there such a thing as expertise in crime?

- Why people commit arson?

- And much more

If you love forensic and criminal psychology and want an easy to understand, engaging book, you need to read this


The Forensic Psychology of Theft, Burglary and Other property Crimes Content:


Chapter 1: Theft and Shoplifting

Chapter 2: Burglary: Types of Bulgars, The Burglary -Drug Connection And Decision-Making Processes

Chapter 3: Expertise in Crime

Chapter 4: Arson and Pyromania


Product Details
ISBN: 9781914081729
ISBN-10: 1914081722
Publisher: Cgd Publishing
Publication Date: June 7th, 2021
Pages: 62
Language: English
Series: Introductory