A look at Criminal Profiling: Historical to Present Day

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Douglas and Munn describe crime scenes as a story that has plots, heroes, villains, a beginning, middle and end (1992). They state that the end depends on the accuracy of the profile and others assigned to that case (1992). Criminal profiling has been criticized for lacking empirical testing and employing circular logic when attempt to scientifically legitimize the practice (Hicks & Sales, 2006)...
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They state that the end depends on the accuracy of the profile and others assigned to that case (1992). Criminal profiling has been criticized for lacking empirical testing and employing circular logic when attempt to scientifically legitimize the practice (Hicks & Sales, 2006)...
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