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Criminal Profiling week 2 notes

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Criminal Profiling week 2 notes JUS 375

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These notes simply briefly outline what was discussed in class on Friday about the documentaries we watched on Monday and Wednesday.
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This 1 page Class Notes was uploaded by Anneka sundell on Sunday February 7, 2016. The Class Notes belongs to JUS 375 at Fort Hays State University taught by Dr. John Raacke in Spring 2016. Since its upload, it has received 18 views. For similar materials see Criminal Profiling in Criminal Justice at Fort Hays State University.


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Date Created: 02/07/16
JUS 375 1 Ted Bundy Psychological profile: Shows a wide range of personality characteristics   Narcissism: o Overestimating his power over the law and of persuasion  Bing his own lawyer  Playing all the interviewers   After his victim gets away, he goes and kills someone recklessly who  didn’t fit his pattern, because he was mad because he messed up.   “I had a great family life”  Grandparents pretended to be parents and mom pretended to be  sister   Demeanor o In the past, he was reported as shy, but in the court room, he was very outgoing  Con­artist o Manipulative  Being his own lawyer o Cunning/charismatic   Convinced girls to get caught   Had groupies  Smooth talker Pornography and his behavior (last interview)  Trying to find a scapegoat to use o Demeanor changed when they talked about porn o Seems to “show remorse” about crimes  o Detectives did not find hard core pornography in his house.  o Porn wasn’t sold like he said it was. Pornography   Research shows that there is a link to devaluation of females in hard­core pornography o Hard­core  Scenes are rape scenes, scenes where female is sexually assaulted 


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