Rippercast: The Whitechapel Murders Podcast
Profiling The Ripper
August 18th, 2019
Researchers and authors John Malcolm and Jon Lee Rees join Jonathan Menges in a discussion about behavioral and geographical profiling. Does profiling have value when applied to the hunt for Jack the Ripper?
Sources read and further reading:
John Douglas: The Cases That Haunt Us, Scribner, 2000
John Douglas: FBI NCAVC Criminal Investigative Analysis of Jack the Ripper
David Canter: Criminal Shadows: Inside the Mind of a Serial Killer, HarperCollins, 1995
Kim Rossmo: An Evaluation of NIJ's Evaluation Methodology for Geographic Profiling Software, March 9, 2005
Kim Rossmo: Geographic Profiling-NCIS Conference 1998
Geographic Profiling Survey: A Preliminary Examination of Geographic Profilers Views and Experiences Karla Emeno, Craig Bennell, Brent Snook, and Paul J. Taylor
Nichols, Beth "Geographic Profiling: Contributions to the Investigation of Serial Murders ." Electronic Thesis or Dissertation. Wright State University, 2019. https://etd.ohiolink.edu/
Serial Crime- Theory and Practical Issues in Behavioral Profiling, Wayne Petherick, Editor, Academic Press 2006
Sir Jim Takes the Stand Alan Sharp, Ripper Notes #28, Inkling Press
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