Crime Assessment: Fellow, General Section, AAFS, Montrose, PA
Based upon the stated assumption that recognizable serial offenders, who present greater risk than nonserial offenders, are on the increase in society, the authors, mental health and law enforcement professionals have attempted to correlate and understand the various types offenses and the offenders. The book is divided into three sections. The first presents current theory and thinking of serial offenders. The second addresses recent clinical and research findings. The third part considers unusual issues that include child offenses, clergy abuse, and survival victims of serial offenders.
Paper ID: JFS15093J