CHAPTER 9: INVESTIGATIONS OF SEX CRIMES AND SEX OFFENDERS

CHAPTER 9: INVESTIGATIONS OF SEX CRIMES AND SEX OFFENDERS

DEFINE THE FOLLOWING KEY TERMS:
1.Accusatorial Method (of Suspect Interviewing-
2.Alcohol- and Drug-Facilitated Rape-
3,Appropriate (or Productive Interview) Questions-
4.Autoerotic Asphyxiation-
5.Catathymic Sexual –
6.Cognitive Distortions-
7.Compulsive Sexual Murderer-
8.Confirmation Bias-
9.Criminal Geographic Targeting (CGT)-
10.Disorganized Crime Scene-
11.Dominant (Suspect) Interview-
12.False Rape Account-
13.False Rape Complaint-
14.Forced Choice Questions-
15.Geographical Mapping-
16.Geographical Profiling-
17.Groupthink-
18.Humane (Suspect) Interview-
19.Hunters-
20.Inappropriate (Interview) Questions-
21.Information-Gathering-
22.Investigation Relevant Information (IRI)
23.Mixed Crime Scene-
24.Modus Operandi (MO)-
25.Open Questions-
26.Opportunistic Approach-
27.Organized Crime Scene-
28.Phased Approach-
29.Poachers-
30.Proactive Approach-
31.Red Herrings-
32.Sexual Assault Nurse Examiner (SANE)-
33.Sexual Homicide-
34.Signature-
35.Specific Questions-
36.Staging-
37.Trappers-
38.Trollers-
39.Trophy-
40.Tunnel Vision-
41.Undoing-
42.Vulnerable Victims-
ANSWER THE FOLLOWING DISCUSSION QUESTIONS AND COURT CASES:
1.Define and identify key concepts related to crime-scene profiling and crime-scene basics.
2.Describe the criteria associated with responding to sex crimes.
3.Describe the characteristics of sex crimes with unique investigational characteristics.
4.Identify three broad categories of types of investigative failures

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