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Calendar & Program – Criminal Profiling

UnitTopic
COURSE 0. E-learning Tools.
February 28th - March 6th
COURSE 1. Deductive Method. The F.B.I.’s Criminal Investigative Analysis.
March 7th – April 3rd
Unit 1Introduction and Historic develop to Criminal Profiling
Unit 2The FBI’s Criminal Investigative Analysis Methodology: introduction and victimology.
Unit 3The FBI’s Criminal Investigative Analysis Methodology: cognitive biases.
Unit 4Types of criminals.
Unit 5Crime Scene Behavioral Manifestations: Modus Operandi and Ritual.
Unit 6Crime Scene Confusion: Staging.
Unit 7Crime Scene Behavioral Manifestations: Depersonalization and Undoing.
Final WorkFinal Work Module.
COURSE 2. Inductive Method. Statistical Profiling.
April 4th - May 1st
Unit 1Inductive profiling perspectives.
Unit 2Sexual offender typology.
Unit 3Criminal Profiling in sexual homicides.
Unit 4Forest arsonist typology.
Unit 5Child pornography consumer versus molester versus dual offender.
Unit 6Statistical models in the development of inductive profiles.
Unit 7Serial killers.
Final WorkFinal Work Module.
COURSE 3. Psychological Method. Indirect Personality Profiling.
May 2nd - May 29th
Unit 1Personality.
Unit 2Introduction to indirect profiling.
Unit 3Indirect profiles and psychological variables.
Unit 4Indirect profiles and personality. Models.
Unit 5Behavioral indicators in indirect profiles.
Unit 6Observational indicators in indirect profiles.
Unit 7Influence and persuasion based on profiles.
Final WorkFinal Work Module.
COURSE 4. Geographic Profiling.
May 30th - June 26th
Unit 1Fundamentals of ArcGIS use.
Unit 2Analysis techniques.
Unit 3Environmental Criminology.
Unit 4Geographic criminal behavior.
Unit 5Geographic profile.
Unit 6Case studies of applications.
Unit 7Behavioral scenarios and movement patterns of sexual criminals.
Final WorkFinal Work Module.
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