Superb! Highly informative and well researched content was put on by the speaker in the lecture . Would like to attend more such lectures.
Forensic investigators collect several types of evidence from the crime scene. To avoid generalizing what might have happened, deductive profilers help focus on facts and evidence. They help to analyze every aspect of the crime scene relevant to the case and draw a specific conclusion about the criminal's characteristics.
To perform this task effectively, deductive profiling experts must possess certain skills like critical thinking, open-mindedness, thinking like criminals, strong instinctive power, the ability to avoid moral judgment, and experience. Once the case has been examined thoroughly and a theory has been generated, the profiler then presents the behavioral interpretation of the physical evidence.
In this webinar on “Why they kill? Deductive Profiling”, the speaker will focus on criminology and victimology basics, theories of committing crimes, phases of criminal profiling, criminal behavior deduction, and deductive profiling techniques.