Posts filed under: Craig Bennell

Craig Bennell discusses Criminal Profiling on the Killing Fields

Craig Bennell discusses Criminal Profiling with Capital News Online http://www.capitalnews.ca/index.php/multimedia/#/the-killing-field...
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Does Canadian use-of-force simulations incorporate principles of effective training?

Bennell, C., Jones, N.J., & Corey, S. (2007). Does use-of-force simulation training in Canadian police agencies incorporate principles of effective training? Psychology, Public Policy, and Law, 13, 35-58. | Link to article in Psychology, Public Policy and Law | Abstract Numerous police agencies in...
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Clinical versus actuarial geographic profiling strategies

Bennell, C., Taylor, P.J., & Snook, B. (2007). Clinical versus actuarial geographic profiling strategies: A review of the research. Police Practice and Research, 8, 335-345. | Link to article in Police Practice and Research | Abstract Geographic profiling predictions can be produced using...
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The precision, accuracy, and efficiency of geographic profiling predictions

Bennell, C., Emeno, K., Snook, B., Taylor, P. & Goodwill, A.M. (2009). The precision, accuracy, and efficiency of geographic profiling predictions: a simple heuristic versus mathematical algorithms. Crime Mapping: A journal of Research & Practice, 1, 65-84. | Link to...
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