Mindhunter: Inside the FBI's Elite Serial Crime Unit Topics for Discussion

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Identify, list and describe the three interrelated questions that Roy Hazelwood uses to analyze a profiler's task in evaluating the entire story of a crime.

Explain and discuss the significance of John Douglas' initial response to "road schools" and describe the steps he takes to correct the deficiencies he sees in the Behavioral Science Unit operations when he joins the unit.

Identify, list and describe at least three reasons why Douglas thinks inmates might be willing to talk with federal agents. Explain how these reasons can be used to answer the four questions that serve as an outline of how to accomplish goals of the prison inmate research study.

Identify, list and describe the five steps and documents Douglas examines in a case file to develop the UNSUB profile

Identify and explain at least two points of jurisdiction at which the FBI is authorized...

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