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  1. Investigation
  2. Assessment Tests
  3. Insanity
  4. Second-Degree Murder
  5. Victimology
  6. Social
  7. Crime Scene Organized
  8. Terrorism Revolutionary
  9. Forensic Psychology
  10. Pedophilia
  11. Rape
  12. Cause-Based Terrorism
  13. Psychological Theory
  14. Signature
  15. Low Risk Victim
  16. Spree
  17. Statutory Rape
  18. Mark A. Hilts
  19. Assault
  20. Modus Operandi
  21. State-Sponsored
  22. Crime Assessment
  23. Serial
  24. Terrorism Political
  25. Incest
  26. Criminal Justice
  27. Terrorism Nationalist
  28. First-Degree Murder
  29. Criminal Profiling
  30. Criminal Characteristics
  31. Criminal Profiling idiographic
  32. Criminal Profiling Stages
  33. Decision Process
  34. Crime Scene Disorganized
  35. Robbery
  36. Mens Rea
  37. Economic
  38. High Risk Victim
  39. Criminal Profile
  40. Mass
  41. Actus Reus
  42. Criminal-career Assessment
  43. Premeditation
  44. Interpersonal Coherence
  45. Criminology
  46. Single/Double/Triple Murder
  47. Manslaughter
  48. Forensic Analysis
  49. Crime Scene Analysis
  50. Forensic Awareness
  51. Stalking
  52. Criminal Profiling Nomothetic
  53. Murder
  54. Apprehension
  55. Profiling Input
  56. Deliberation
  57. Biological Theory
  58. Battery
  59. Terrorism Environmental
  1. a Profiling Input, Decision Process, Crime Assessment, The Criminal Profile, The Investigation, The Apprehension
  2. b Lack of responsibility of one's actions due to a mental disease or defect which reduces criminal intent
  3. c Sexual relationship with a near-relative
  4. d Requires the person to have malice aforethought but not premeditation or deliberation
  5. e Study of the Concrete ex. Individual cases,
    Physical evidence, Crime scene, Deductive reasoning, Uses Scientific method, Victims
  6. f Offenders will deal with their victims in a manner similar to the way they treat people in their day-to-day lives.
  7. g Killing is considered beforehand
  8. h Promotes interests of a minority ethnic or religious group that has been persecuted under majority rule
  9. i Belief that both heredity and/or chemicals of the body influence criminal behavior
  10. j The belief that financial successes/failures plays a part in influencing criminal behavior
  11. k The process of investigating and profiling the victims to give clues about the offender.
  12. l Uses violence to frighten those in power with the ultimate goal to replace the existing government (PLO)
  13. m Intelligence, Personality, and motor skill assessment
  14. n Behavior necessary for the success of the crime/ protect identity and effect escape
  15. o Unlawful touching of another with intent to cause injury
  16. p Homicide type and style, primary intent, victim risk, escalation, time factors, location factors
  17. q Examination, testing and interpretation of any and all physical evidence
  18. r Unlawful sexual intercourse with a persone without their consent
  19. s Travels alone, out late at night, in contact with drugs or drug users, may be a low priority to police or anyone else checking on them
  20. t Determines whether the offender may have engaged in criminal activity before
  21. u Agencies of social control that handle criminal offenders
  22. v Spontaneous offense
    -May know victim; or randomly select
    -Depersonalizes victim; specific areas of body selected for extreme violence
    -Scene random and sloppy
    -Evidence of weapon often present
    -Minimal use of restraints
    -Body left at death scene
  23. w Belief that focuses on the psychological aspects of crime, including the associations among intelligence, personality, learning, and criminal behavior
  24. x Demographics, physical characteristics, habits, pre-offensive behavior, post-offensive behavior
  25. y The profile is given to investigators on the case and to organizations that may have data leading to the identification of a suspect; profile may be reassessed
  26. z Offense planned; to avoid detection
    -Victim targeted; staked out by offender
    -Scene reflects control
    -Body hidden
    -Weapons and evidence absent
    -Restraints used
    -Transports body often using own vehicle
  27. aa When a person kills another after premeditation and deliberation
  28. ab The act of killing three or more victims as part of single ongoing killing
  29. ac Reconstruction, crime classification, organized vs disorganized, victim selection, sequence of crime, staging, motivation, crime scene dynamics
  30. ad Indecent liberties, window peeping, indecent exposure, consensual situation without use of force, age of victim may be 13-16
  31. ae Directed at people or groups who oppose this terrorists' political ideology (white supremacy, Waco)
  32. af Wrongful taking and carrying away of personal property from a person by violence or intimidation
  33. ag One, 2, or 3 victims, one event, one location
  34. ah Unfortunately, this stage only occurs in about 50% of the cases.
  35. ai Used to place offenders into broad categories
  36. aj Maybe someone with a steady job (would be missed easily), lots of friends, rarely travels alone
  37. ak Homoicide without malice
    Intentional killing committed under extenuating circumstances that mitigate the killing, such as killing in the heat of passion after being provoked
  38. al A collection of inferences about the quanlities of the person responsible for commiting a rime
  39. am Current chief of the FBI's Behavioral Analysis Unit
  40. an Unlawful killing of another human being with malice aforethought and with premeditation and deliberation
  41. ao Developing valid and reliable information that addresses the causes of crime as well as crime patterns and trends, and criminal behavior and origin
  42. ap The choices an offender makes and the acts an offender committed that establish the theme of the crime; they are committed to satisfy psychological and emotional needs
  43. aq Involves psychology in the law , by the law and of the law includes:
    - Provide psychological service for the courts
    - Consult in criminal investigations
    - Appraise behaviors
    - Assess threats
    - Determine the fitness of a parent for guardianship
    - Test eyewitness accuracy
    - Assist forensic artist
    - Help with just selection, etc.
  44. ar Investigating, establishing, and evaluating behavioral evedence from a crime in order to catalog it.
  45. as A type of murder occurs when one or more individuals commits a second murder and/or subsequent murder; is relationshipless (victim and attackers are strangers); occurs at a different time and has no connection to the initial (and subsequent) murder; and is frequently committed in a different geographic location.
  46. at Did the offender have any special knowledge of forensic procedures
  47. au Evidence that the accused engaged in the act
  48. av Use of violence to address a grievance. ex. abortion
  49. aw Fight for environmental causes
  50. ax The belief that influences from social groups/ peers influence criminal behavior
  51. ay Comprehensive case material, victimology, forensic information, preliminary police report, photographs
  52. az A single event with 2 or more location and no emotional cooling-off period between murders
  53. ba Government may actually cause this type against their own people to control them (genocide)
  54. bb The mental state required to have intent to commit the act or foreseen its consequences
  55. bc Intentional placing of another in fear of receiving an immediate battery
  56. bd Study of Abstract ex. General laws, Groups,
    Averaged characteristics of offender groups
  57. be The kill was planned after careful thought rather than on impulse
  58. bf Unwanted or obsessive attention by an individual or group toward another person and they follow that individual or group.
  59. bg Regarded as incurable; may be adult male or female, heterosexual, homosexual, bisexual, married or single; child is object of sexual interest.