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2001 - 2002 seminar programme

5 One day events at The University of Liverpool, with presentations by:

  • Senior Police Investigators and Strategists
  • Top Academics
  • Expert Legal and Intervention Professionals
  • Leading Crime Analysts and 'Offender Profilers
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Seminar Day One
Serious Crime Investigation
11th December 2001
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Seminar Day Two
Psychological Approaches to Offender Profiling
29th January 2002
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Seminar Day Three
The Investigation and
Management of Sex Offending
19th February 2002

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Seminar Day Four
Critical Incident Management and Investigation
5th March 2002

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Seminar Day Five
Beyond Profiling : Professional Applications of Investigative
Psychology
21st May 2002

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Seminar Day One
11th December 2001
Serious Crime Investigation

A panel of Senior Police Officers, with a vast experience of criminal investigation, discuss the strategies and tactics that investigators apply to serious crime. The speakers use accounts of past cases in which they have been involved to illustrate the processes that they go through in major investigations. The day will provide the opportunity to explore questions about the way in which investigative decisions are made regarding, for example, the elicitation and prioritisation of suspects, particular problems which investigators can encounter, as well as the tools and systems that can be particularly useful during a case.

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Seminar Day Two
29th January 2002
Psychological Approaches to Offender Profiling and Crime Analysis

Leading Offender Profilers and Crime Analysts discuss the contributions they make to the criminal investigation process and the problems they have encountered in trying to assist the police. Eminent Academics explore the way in which psychological theories, analysis approaches and substantive research findings can be applied to crime analysis and profiling activities and the potential for such contributions in the future.

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Seminar Day Three
19th February 2002
The Investigation and Management of Sex Offending

Leading Investigators, Profilers, Academics and Treatment/Management Professionals with particular expertise on sex offending discuss their involvement in sexual crime cases and their research on sex offenders and offending.

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Seminar Day Four
5th March 2002
Critical Incident Management and Investigation

Senior Police Strategists discuss approaches to the dynamic management and investigation of critical criminal incidents, such as hostage situations and riots. Leading Academics provide an insight into human behaviour in critical situations of this type and the contributions an understanding of behaviour in such incidents has allowed them to make to major public disaster enquiries.

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Seminar Day Five
21st May 2002
Beyond Profiling : Professional Applications of Investigative Psychology

Experts from a range of legal, commercial and forensic professions discuss the ways in which they have drawn on Investigative Psychology and profiling ideas in their particular fields. This seminar, then, moves beyond offender profiling, to point us towards the future professional applications of Investigative Psychology ideas and expertise.

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