Last Thursday we had an awesome webinar on ‘Serial Killers and Profiling’. Our aim was to generate interest in other online courses. If you did not manage to show up but are interested in these topics, fear no more. We have other options to consider:
In our first online course on Eliademy, there is a unit which concentrates on handwriting analysis. Some might doubt this discipline, nevertheless, handwriting analysis has been used when creating criminal profiling. In this post, you can read an analysis from an expert, provided by The Crime Magazine.
Friday means newsletters. And newsletters mean grammar and exercises. This week we are going on the path of profiling and this time it is about clowns to pay respect to the new It movie. John Wayne Gacy, Jr., a.k.a the Killer Clown is coming to your inbox with a reading exercise, you will also learn some psychological … Continue reading NEWSLETTER: Profiling John Wayne Gacy, Jr.
As we said in our post on Monday, there are different approaches to profiling: some might say it can be based on a hunch or premonition, but there are more scientific methods, such as inductive and deductive methods. Brent E. Turvey draws a line between FBI’s inductive and his own deductive method. But, what is … Continue reading Inductive vs. Deductive Approach to Profiling : An Introduction
Since July, you could observe that a lot of materials have been published on serial killers, and the reason for it was to pave the way for a unique language course, focusing entirely on Serial Killers and Profiling that you can, too, join by clicking on the title. And another good news: it is at … Continue reading Serial Killers and Profiling Course
For your Kindle, or other e-devices, David Webb’s Criminal Profiling: An Introductory Guide is available as a free download on Amazon.