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RegistrationMonday 8th January.







09.00-12.30

Registration

12.30-14.00
Lunch

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Welcoming Addresses

Merseyside Police

Professor Steve Cooper, Head of Department of Psychology
Liverpool University

Professor David Canter, Centre for Investigative Psychology

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14.30-16.10
SYMPOSIUM A: THE CLASSIFICATION OF VIOLENT CRIME

Chair: Dr Gabrielle Salfati, University of Liverpool


G Salfati, University of Liverpool;
The Nature of Expressiveness and Instrumentality in Homicide: Implications for Offender Profiling
abstract & author

S Tagushi, Kumamoto Prefecture Police Tokyo;
Offender Profiling of Serial Rapists using Multivariate Analysis
abstract & author

C Cross, University of Liverpool;
Military Violence
abstract & author

B Hodgskiss, Rhodes University, South Africa;
South African Serial Killers
abstract & author


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Break

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16.40-17.55
Symposium B: INTERNATIONAL CASE STUDIES IN PROFILING

Chair: Marion Lloyd, University of Liverpool

M Slawik, Institute of Forensic Research,
Kraków, Poland,
Homicides in Poland
abstract & author

A Zappalá, National Police, Italy;
Criminal Profiling in Italy
abstract & author

B Snook & A Mokros, University of Liverpool;
Germany: Prioritisation in a Serial Homicide investigation through geographical and behavioural criteria
abstract & author

L Montet, Institute of Criminal Profiling and Analysis, Paris;
A Practical Case of Criminal Profiling
abstract & author


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19.00
BUFFET RECEPTION AT THE FORESIGHT CENTRE


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Day 2Tuesday 9th January








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09.00-10.40

SYMPOSIUM C: EVALUATING INVESTIGATIVE INFORMATION

Chair: Craig Bennell, University of Liverpool

N Smith, National Crime Faculty, UK;
An Evaluation of the Scientific Content Analysis (SCAN) Technique
abstract & author

L Greuel & C Kestermann, University of Bremen, Germany;
Using the Polygraph in Criminal Investigative Analysis & Offender Profiling
abstract & author

A Wright, University of Kent;
Interviewing Style in Two Canadian Law Enforcement Agencies
abstract & author

J Wheatcroft, University of Liverpool;
Interrogative Suggestibility in the Court Room
abstract & author

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10.40-11.10
Break


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11.10-12.50
SYMPOSIUM D: THE SOCIAL PSYCHOLOGY OF 'PUBLIC DISORDER'

Chair: Dr Clifford Stott, University of Liverpool

S Reicher, University of St Andrews;
Crowd Behaviour: An Elaborated Social Identity Model
abstract & author

C Stott, University of Liverpool;
The Dynamics of Change:
The Development of Public 'Disorder' During the
1990 Anti Poll Tax Demonstration
abstract & author

P Cronin, University of St Andrews;
Policing Public 'Disorder':
An Analysis of Police Decision Making During the
'J18' Anti Capitalist Riots
abstract & author

J Drury, University of Sussex;
Collective Action and Psychological Change:
Intergroup Dynamics at an Anti-Road Protest



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12.50-13.50
Lunch

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SYMPOSIUM E: INVESTIGATIVE DECISION SUPPORT SYSTEMS

Chair: Brent Snook, University of Liverpool


D Helms, Las Vegas Metropolitan Police;
Dynamic Spatio-Temporal Analysis:
Decision Analysis Applications for Serial Crime Forecasting
abstract & author

R Keppel, President of Forensic Sciences International, USA;
The Homicide Investigation and Tracking System
abstract & author

T Mimoto, Fukushima Prefecture Police Japan;
A Geographic Profiling Case of a Serial Arsonist
abstract & author

H Iwami, Hokkaido Prefecture Police, Japan;
Criminal Behavioural Analysis of Serial Burglaries Where the Offender Leaves Threatening Letters at the Scene
abstract & author


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15.30-16.00
Break


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SYMPOSIUM F: THE MYTHOLOGY OF OFFENDER PROFILING

Chair: Dr Laurence Alison, University of Liverpool


C O'Keeffe, University of Hertfordshire;
Psychological Techniques of Psychic Detectives:
Why Psychics can Sound Convincing
abstract & author

L Alison, University of Liverpool;
What is an Offender Profile?
An Analysis of the Central Components of Profiling Advice
abstract & author

M Smith, Hope University College, Liverpool;
Barnum Effects in Offender Profiling
abstract & author

D Canter, L Alison & E Alison, University of Liverpool;
An Empirical Test of the
Organised/Disorganised Typology of Serial Killers
abstract & author

G Dean, Queensland University of Technology,
The Investigative Thinking Styles of Detectives
abstract & author


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Conference Dinner at Taste Cafe Bar


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Day 3Wednesday 10th January







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SYMPOSIUM G:
WORK AT THE NATIONAL RESEARCH INSTITUTE OF POLICE SCIENCE, JAPAN


Chair: Professor David Canter, University of Liverpool

K Yokota & S Watanabe;
The Development of a Suspect Retrieval System Based on Modus Operandi
abstract & author

T Shimada, M Suzuki, K Watanabe & A
Kobayashi;

Developing GIS-Based Data Integration Software for Investigators
abstract & author

K Watanabe, M Suzuki & M Tamura
Psychological and Geographical Analysis on Child Rapists
abstract & author

M Suzuki, M Tamura;
Offender Characteristics and Mobility of Serial Arsonists in Japan
abstract & author


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10.40-11.10
Break


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SYMPOSIUM H: SOCIAL PROCESSES IN CRIME

Chair: Professor David Canter, University of Liverpool

P Taylor, University of Liverpool;
A Model of Communication in Crisis Negotiations
abstract & author

L Porter; University of Liverpool;
Actions, Decisions and Orders in Gang Rape
abstract & author

M Saether; University of Liverpool;
A Structural Analysis of Fraud and Armed Robbery Networks in Norway
abstract & author

D Canter & B Snook; University of Liverpool;
Mobsters, Burglars and Lager Louts
abstract & author


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12.50-13.50
Lunch

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SYMPOSIUM I: ACTION SYSTEMS RESEARCH IN INVESTIGATIVE PSYCHOLOGY

Chair: Dr Katarina Fritzon, University of Surrey

K Fritzon, University of Surrey;
A Fatal Interaction:
The Function of Aggression and the
Role of the Victim in Intrafamilial Homicide
abstract & author

A Brun, Denver, Colorado;
School-Related Violence: An Action Systems Perspective
abstract & author

Z Wilton, HMP Holme House, Cleveland;
Prison Hostage Taking
abstract & author

D Thompson, University of Liverpool;
The Decision to Burgle: Target Selection in Burglary
abstract & author


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15.30-16.00
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SYMPOSIUM J: THE CRIMINAL ACT

Chair: Dr Gabrielle Salfati, University of Liverpool


D Cartwright, University of Durban-Westville, South Africa;
Rage-type Murder:
Borderline Personality Organisation and the Dynamics of the Act
abstract & author

P Lobb, National Crime Faculty;
A Comparative Study of the Criminal Careers of
Sexually and Non-Sexually Motivated Homicide Offenders
abstract & author

J Hoffman, Technical University of Darmstadt, Germany;
The Relevance of Celebrity Stalking Incidents and the Effective Management of Such Cases - An Empirical Study
abstract & author

A West, National Crime Faculty;
Sexual Homicide:
An Analysis of the Narratives of Men Who Have Killed Women
abstract & author
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