Forensic Victimology and Investigative Profiling

This is a theory analysis format essay, Instructions below: The theoretical model developed by Cohen & Felson provides an environmental, i.e., ecological, a framework for examining criminal opportunities in the Post WWII U.S., and myriad ways in which the model affects the convergence in time and space of direct contact-predatory crime (1979). Select one of the following chapters, and provide an analysis of how the Routine Activities Approach is used to produce a concrete understanding of the victimology associated with the criminal behavior discussed in the chapter. How effective are the techniques of Forensic Victimology and Investigative Profiling on law enforcement response to this type of predatory crime? And finally, to what extent does Tolbert’s model of the Sex Crime Scenario advance the ecological approach created by Cohen and Felson? I am choosing chapter 11 victims of rape and sexual assault. only use two sources which are the book: Burgess, A. W., C. Regehr, and A. Roberts. 2019. Victimology: Theories and applications (3rd ed.). Jones and Bartlett Publishers. Sudbury, Mass. AND the power points that I am going to upload on the attached files. Answer the specific questions. I will also upload Tolbert’s model of the sex crime scenario PowerPoint on the attached files.

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