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6-2Assignment: Investigating a Crime: Phase II – Concepts Related to the VictimPlease use victims name and document the picture by numberPhase II of the criminal investigative analysis process continues with a focus on the victim. Victimology is evaluated in three stages:Pre-Offense – All information providing insight on such things as:Victim selectionVictim risk level (high/low)Possible relationship to offenderOffense – All information providing insight on such things as:Victim actions during offenseNature of the offenseRelationship to offenderPost-Offense – In homicides, actions by offender can sometimes provide insight into:MotivationsOffender/victim relationshipIn a 2- to 3-page analysis of the victim include:Pre-offense behaviorOffense behaviorPost-offense behavior victimologyVictim risk levelVictim/offender dynamicsReadingTurvey, B. E. (2012). Criminal profiling: An introduction to behavioral evidence analysis (4th ed.). San Diego, CA: Academic Press.Chapter 7, “Forensic Victimology” (pp. 163–187)Chapter 8, “Sexual Deviance” (pp. 187–212)Chapter 9, “Sexual Asphyxia” (pp. 213–234)Chapter 10, “False Reports” (pp. 235–252)

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