Investigating Sexual Assault Cases (Hardcover)

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Investigating Sexual Assault Cases (Hardcover)


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Investigating Sexual Assault Cases, Second Edition serves as an essential textbook for courses in investigating rape and sexual assault. As with the first edition, this second edition includes the latest research and techniques in coverage of victimology, offender typology, investigative techniques, interviewing, and legal implications.

This new, second edition includes chapters on child victims and molestation, sexual homicides as potentially staged events, grooming, interviewing techniques, and same-sex, elder, and special populations as victims of sexual assault. The book fills a current void in the body of literature on the topics of rape and sex crime investigation. Many previous writings, while informative, do not address all the investigative processes necessary for an investigation to be thorough and complete. By providing a fresh approach to the topic, the author aims to augment those writings and, ultimately, improving the reader' awareness by being much more attuned to the needs of-and taking investigative cures from-the victim.

Key Features:

Outlines the complete investigative process for sexual assault cases, from evidence collection and interviews to court and legal proceedings

Addresses victims and victimology, offender typology, the importance of the investigative interviewing process, and working with attorneys

Includes new chapters on grooming, sexual homicides, SAFE examinations, and child-specific interviewing techniques

Added coverage looks at same-sex crimes, crimes against men, elder victims, and assault of vulnerable populations

In addition to being used in coursework in Forensic Science and Criminal justice programs, Investigating Sexual Assault Cases, Second Edition will serve as an essential reference for police detectives, criminal and death investigators, legal professionals, sexual assault nurses, and those who provide health, and mental health, services to populations experiencing sexual assault.

Arthur S. Chancellor began his law enforcement career in 1973 when he enlisted in the US Army as aMilitary Policeman. He remained in the MPs until 1981 when he was accepted into the US ArmyCriminal Investigation Division (CID) program as a Special Agent. As a CID Special Agent, Steveworked on felony crimes at various military posts across the United States and overseas. He latercommanded three diff erent CID units and in 2001 retired as a Chief Warrant Offi cer Four as theOperations Offi cer for a CID battalion where he was responsible for the supervision of fi ve diff erentCID units and covered an eleven- state area of responsibility. Once retired Steve was employed bythe Mississippi State Crime Lab as a senior crime scene analyst and conducted the examination ofviolent crime scenes across the state of Mississippi. In 2004 Steve was transferred from the crimelab to the Mississippi Bureau of Investigation (MBI) as the fi rst director of the MBI Cold CaseUnit, responsible for assisting police agencies across the state working on unresolved homicides.While working at the Crime lab and MBI, Steve helped develop several diff erent training coursesfor the Mississippi State Police Academy covering topics that included basic and advanced crimescenes, death investigations, and adult sex crimes. Steve was also involved in the developmentand as an instructor of the Certifi ed Investigator Program (CIP) at the MS State Police Academy.Steve has a master's degree and undergrad degrees in criminal justice, is a graduate of the FBINational Academy (Session 185), and has been a college adjunct instructor for Austin Peay StateUniversity, Clarksville, Tennessee; University of Mississippi, Oxford, Mississippi; and ClaytonState University, Morrow, Georgia. He is a fellow of the American Academy of Forensic Science, and a member of the International Association for Identifi cation (IAI), the International HomicideInvestigators Association (IHIA), the North Carolina Homicide Investigators Association, and theSoutheastern Homicide Investigators Association. Steve is also the co- author of the books StagedCrime Scenes: Investigating Suspect Misdirection of the Crime Scene and Death Investigations: 1 stand 2 n d e ditions, and the author of I nvestigating Sexual Assault Cases .Steve has also developed and instructs courses on Staged Crime Scenes, Adult Sex Crimes, Death Investigation, and Basic and Advanced Crime Scene Examination.

Product Details ISBN: 9780367611460
ISBN-10: 0367611465
Publisher: CRC Press
Publication Date: December 27th, 2021
Pages: 508
Language: English