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This book has been considered as supplemental reading for our MSc programme. It provides a comprehensive overview of criminal profiling in an interesting and accessible manner. Case studies help bring the theory and techniques to life.
Very good text. up-to-date and includes an international perspective
This is a really well-written and interesting book that our students will hopefully connect with well. Uses a good range of examples and relevant research.
Most appropriate for my new course called Profiling and Threat Assessment Hits on all the appropriate topics in a writing style well-liked by the students and is more than authoritative enough for my requirements
My profiling class is very specific and this just didn't quite fit it.
Easy to read and useful for entry level learners in crime investigation
Interesting coverage of the subject area. Recommended as additional reading
Used a lot of the information for the topic of offender profiling and have recommended the book to the students if they want to take this topic further in their final year dissertations.
Recommended as additional reading, but not required
I found this book lively and engaging, with interesting coverage of the subject area.
Whilst it was somewhat too specialised to be a core text for forensic and criminal psychology, it is certainly valuable reading for any student of such a discipline...
This is a very interesting book which identifies key aspects using excellent examples. Very good for students with a keen interest in profiling. Have recommended this issue to my students.
Theoretical and practical approaches to criminal and behavioural profiling are presented in a way that is both engaging and interesting. The use of real life case studies brings the subject alive. Key concepts are addressed in a clear and methodological manner.
This is a useful book for the proposed BA in Investigative Practice. The only issue is that it is based on the USA. I am currently trying to find a more UK orientated book