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This test consists of 5 multiple choice questions, 5 short answer questions, and 10 short essay questions.

Multiple Choice Questions

1. There were a series of _______ in Bozeman, Montana, that caused people to turn to Ressler for help.
(a) Random animal killings.
(b) Kidnappings.
(c) Mental ward cases.
(d) Economic troubles.

2. Profiling, according to Ressler, is more of an art than a __________.
(a) Method.
(b) Class.
(c) Science.
(d) Answer.

3. A _________ who was a serial killer was apprehended because of the new system, according to the book.
(a) Truck driver.
(b) Army sergeant.
(c) Freelance contractor.
(d) Doctor.

4. Rissell was eventually released when it was deemed he was ready to _____________.
(a) Contribute to society.
(b) Feel regret.
(c) Return to society.
(d) Make up for his actions.

5. What did the police receive that turned out to be an elaborate way to stage the murderous acts?
(a) A piece of evidence.
(b) A confession.
(c) A letter.
(d) A tip.

Short Answer Questions

1. Who supposedly was the source of the staged information that the police received?

2. How were John Gacy and Edmund Kemper allowed to be at a seminar that Ressler was teaching?

3. The National Center for the Analysis of _________ was put together by Ressler.

4. Where did police find a number of decomposing bodies when they were able to search Gacy's house?

5. What did Duane say he asked one of the women to do or else he would kill her?

Short Essay Questions

1. What did police find when they investigated Gacy's home more closely?

2. What happened during a seminar that Ressler was giving on Rissell?

3. What did Diane wake up to in the middle of the night after hanging out with friends?

4. Why are some killers able to pass polygraph tests, even though they are guilty of their crimes?

5. Why did many crime fighting units not feel that profiling was helpful in investigations?

6. What was difficult about law enforcement agencies before the 1980s?

7. What were some of the qualities of Gacy that made him appear to be the least likely person to kill anyone?

8. What is needed in order to create a valuable and effective profile for a criminal?

9. Whom did Ressler hope to educate in terms of dealing with serial killers properly?

10. What was the criminal act that took place in Columbus, Georgia, where staging took place as well?

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