Handbook of Forensic Victimology: Chapter 1 Introduction and History

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The Handbook of Forensic Victimology is a serialised book covering victims of crime and the analysis of those factors that lead to victimisation. Forensic victimology is a science that focuses on answering investigative and legal questions through a thorough and systematic analysis. This involves logic, critical thinking, and the scientific method. This work is written in an accessible language, with a semi-academic structure and format so that interested readers can pursue further reading if they desire. Beyond the theory and history of victimology as a discrete subject area, this book also covers different types of crime victims such as victims or murder and stalking, and provides the reader with the structure and content of victimological reports.
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Forensic Analytic
September 14, 2014
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