Geographical offender profiling is now being used by police forces around the world to help focus investigations into a connected series of crimes where there are no obvious suspects. This film introduces students to the principles and key concepts of geographical profiling - least effort principle, distance decay, crime pattern theory and opportunity spaces - and their application to criminal investigations.
Please Note: Although this is a standalone film, it can be used as an introduction to complement the film "Geographical Profiling Applied: the M25 Rapist".
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Length: 10 minutes
Copyright date: ©2022
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