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1. Which of the following factors is NOT considered in categorizing crimes in the FBI model? ( 1 point) Select your answer: 1. offender risk 2. location factors 3. escalation risk 4. victim risk 5. time factors 6. all of the above ARE considered in the FBI model 2. In the Holmes & Holmes model, someone who murders a number of people for personal gain would be classified as: ( 1 point) Select your answer: 1. a hedonistic serial killer 2. a visionary serial killer 3. an opportunistic serial killer 4. a mercenary serial killer 5. none of the above 3. In the FBI model, the profile of the offender is created in: ( 1 point) Select your answer: 1. Stage 4 2. Stage 1 3. Stage 3 4. Stage 2 5. none of the above 4. When Keppel and Walter looked at the proportion of 2,500 crimes that fell into each of their categories they found that the _____________ category was least common . ( 1 point) Select your answer: 1. power assertive 6 1 1 2
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2. anger excitation 3. anger retaliatory 4. power reassurance 5. none of the above 5. Canter's smallest space analysis displays: ( 1 point) Select your answer: 1. a spatial distribution of crime scene characteristics arranged according to the degree to which they tend to occur together at a crime scene. 2. the correlation matrix relating crime scene evidence to the offender's personal characteristics. 3. the various pieces of forensic evidence, arranged just as they were at the crime scene. 4. all the offender characteristics that will fit on a very small graph. 5. none of the above 6. In his study of the usefulness of profiling in England and Wales, Copson (1995) found that: ( 1 point) Select your answer: 1. about 60% of police officers surveyed said that offender profiles had caused them to look at their cases in a completely different way. 2. a majority of police officers surveyed reported that offender profiles had helped them understand their cases better. 3. over 75% of the police officers surveyed reported that profiles had not been useful in their cases. 4. about half the police officers reported that offender profiles had led to new leads in their cases. 5. none of the above 7. In the Holmes & Holmes model, which of the following is NOT a category of arsonist? ( 1 point) Select your answer: 1. would-be hero 2. jealousy-motivated 3. revenge 4. pyromaniac 1 2 5
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5. All of the above ARE categories of arsonist in the H&H model 8. From Canter's point of view, what links offenders to a particular crime or type of crime is: ( 1 point) Select your answer: 1. their previous criminal history or career path. 2. their specific trait pattern. 3. their specific interpersonal theme, or narrative. 4. their unique psychodynamic needs. 5. none of the above 9. In the Holmes & Holmes model, both the _________ types of serial killers get sexual pleasure from their crimes. ( 1 point) Select your answer: 1. visionary and hedonistic 2. mission and hedonistic 3. visionary and mission 4. hedonistic and power/control 5. mission and power/control 10. Which of the following is NOT one of the serial murder types in the Holmes & Holmes profiling model? ( 1 point) Select your answer: 1. the mission serial killer 2. the visionary serial killer
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