INVESTIGATIVE GEOGRAPHICAL PROFILING. This essay is a short overview of some essential elements of the Geographical Offender Profiling, like the theoretical framework of the geography of crime applied to investigation, the importance of geographic role of offender's home base during the crime site selection, the spatial strategy of crime distribution, the «geographical crime scene». The investigative implications carry out from these considerations are the need to investigate the person-places-time interlacement, the geographical interrelationships of the crime locations, and to analyze the crime from a criminological-geospatial perspective, i.e. another piece of the investigative puzzle that makes the investigative inferences potentially stronger.
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