Violent Crime Profiling – Behavioral, Aspects of Crime Scene Reconstruction
May 6 @ 8:00 am - 5:00 pm
- Instructor: Blue Line Group REGISTER HERE
- Date: May 6, 2021
- Location: RCCC-North, Building 400, Room 4133
- Time: 8 am – 5 pm
- Hours: 8
Course Description: This is an introduction to the technique of, criminal investigative analysis (profiling) as it, applies to death investigations. Included is a, brief history of the technique and the so-called, differences between inductive, deductive and the, investigative psychology of criminal profiling., The course focuses on the various motives for, murder and how by identifying the motive as, displayed in the crime will reduce the size of, the suspect pool. Also included will be how the, behavior exhibited by the offender at the scene, can be used to determine what kind, if any,, defense the offender may claim, such as, self-defense; not guilty by reason of insanity;, or guilty but mentally ill. The students will, review various crime scenes and autopsy, photographs lab reports and background, information of each victim and offer an analysis, regarding the sequence of events, motive and any, possible defenses.