Crime linkage as expert evidence–making a case for the Daubert standard

Tom Pakkanen, Dario Bosco, Pekka Santtila

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The increasing portrayal of forensic investigative techniques in the popular media—CSI, for example, has resulted in criminals becoming "forensically aware" and more careful about leaving behind physical evidence at a crime scene. This presents law enforcement with a significant problem: how can they detect serial offenders if they cannot rely on physical forensic evidence? One solution comes from psychology. A growing body of research has amassed in the area of behavioral consistency and the detection of serial offenders. A number of innovations are taking place in the field that have important implications for the practice of crime linkage and its use by police and the courts. Crime Linkage: Theory, Research, and Practice assembles this research and discusses its practical use. The book represents a collaboration of researchers and practitioners from across the globe who are recognized as experts in the area of behavioral consistency and detection of serial offenders. They provide a comprehensive and informative text on the psychological and criminological theories underpinning crime linkage, how it is used in practice, the challenges practitioners face, and current innovations that will shape the future of crime linkage research and practice.

OriginalspråkOdefinierat/okänt
Titel på gästpublikationCrime Linkage: Theory, Research, and Practice
RedaktörerJessica Woodhams, Craig Bennell
FörlagCRC Press
Sidor
ISBN (tryckt)9781466506756
StatusPublicerad - 2014
MoE-publikationstypA3 Del av bok eller annan forskningsbok

Nyckelord

  • Daubert standard
  • crime linkage

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