Forensic - AQA PSYB3

Who came up with the idea of the 'dark figure of crime'
Hollin
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What does BCS stand for
British Crime Survey
2 of 17
What is the latin for guilty act
Actus Reus
3 of 17
What is the latin for guilty mind
Mens Rea
4 of 17
Who tested the validity of the organised/disorganised distinction
Canter
5 of 17
Who founded the FBI approach
Ressler
6 of 17
What is the name for an offender that offends in their own neighbourhood
Marauder
7 of 17
What does RAT stand for (geographical)
Routine Activity Theory
8 of 17
What is a weakness of the FBI approach that the Geographical approach fixes
Ethnocentric
9 of 17
When an offender re-offends after serving a prison sentence
Recidivism
10 of 17
When an offence is reported to the news and that offence is then over-reported.
Moral Panic
11 of 17
Another phrase for moral panic
Deviance Amplification
12 of 17
Who created the fried egg theory
Feldman
13 of 17
What is the quickest type of offender profiling
FBI
14 of 17
What crime does the geographical approach not cover
Burglary
15 of 17
Who was known as the railway ******
John Duffy
16 of 17
Which study showed that 85% lived within the circle. Supporting circle theory.
Godwin and Canter
17 of 17

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