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Colls, Caroline Sturdy

Handbook of Missing Persons

Colls, Caroline Sturdy - Handbook of Missing Persons, ebook

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Table of contents

1. Missing Persons: An Introduction
Stephen J. Morewitz, Caroline Sturdy Colls

2. A Profile of Missing Persons: Some Key Findings for Police Officers
Shaunagh Foy

3. Missing Person Appeals: A UK Perspective
Lucy Holmes

4. The Rhetoric and Reality of the AMBER Alert: Empirical and Public Discourse Considerations Regarding the Child Abduction Phenomenon
Timothy Griffin

5. Secondary Victimization in Missing Children Events
Peggy S. Plass

6. Conduct Problems Among Runaway and Homeless Teens
Stephen J. Morewitz

7. Pregnancy and Parenting Among Runaway and Homeless Young Women
Sanna J. Thompson, Stephanie Begun, Kimberly Bender

8. Missing Persons: Forensic Sociology Factors
Stephen J. Morewitz

9. Missing Someone: Exploring the Experiences of Family Members
Lucy Holmes

10. Geographies of Missing People: Improving Police Knowledge and Response to Missing Persons
Olivia Stevenson, Penny Woolnough

11. Prospective Person Memory in the Search for Missing Persons
James Michael Lampinen, Kara N. Moore

12. Ethical Challenges in Missing Persons Investigations
Joyce Kim, Jackie Leach Scully, Sara Huston Katsanis

13. Forensic Genetics Against Children Trafficking: Missing Children Genetic Identification
María Saiz, Maria Jesus Alvarez-Cubero, Juan Carlos Alvarez, Jose Antonio Lorente

14. Missing Persons Investigations and Identification: Issues of Scale, Infrastructure, and Political Will
Soren Blau

15. Missing Persons in Croatia: Incidence, Characteristics and Police Performance Effectiveness
Ksenija Butorac, Ljiljana Mikšaj-Todorović, Mislav Stjepan Žebec

16. Investigation of Long-Term Missing Persons as Cold Case Homicides: An American Perspective
Rachel Walton, Silvia Pettem

17. Estimating the Appearance of the Missing: Forensic Age Progression in the Search for Missing Persons
James Michael Lampinen, William Blake Erickson, Charlie D. Frowd, Gregory Mahoney

18. The Role of Forensic Archaeology in Missing Persons Investigations
Eric J. Bartelink, Colleen F. Milligan, Caroline Sturdy Colls

19. The Use of Dogs in Missing Persons Investigations
Mick Swindells

20. Advances in Forensic Entomology in Missing Persons Investigations
Stefano Vanin

21. Forensic Palynology and Environmental Profiling in Missing Persons Investigations
Tony Brown

22. DNA Methods to Identify Missing Persons
Edna Sadayo Miazato Iwamura, Marco Aurélio Guimarães, Martin Paul Evison

23. Trace DNA Profiling in Missing Persons Investigations
Roland A. H. Oorschot, Bianca Szkuta, Timothy J. Verdon, R. John Mitchell, Kaye N. Ballantyne

24. The Advantages of Noncriminal Genetic Databases in Identifying Missing Persons and Human Remains
María Saiz, Maria Jesus Alvarez-Cubero, Juan Carlos Alvarez, Jose Antonio Lorente

25. Privacy Challenges with Genetic Information
Joyce Kim, Sara Huston Katsanis

26. The Identification of Missing Persons Using Fingerprints
Sarah Fieldhouse, Karen Stow

27. Forensic Anthropology and Missing Persons Investigations
Lucina Hackman

28. Forensic Facial Reconstruction and Its Contribution to Identification in Missing Person Cases
Martin Paul Evison, Edna Sadayo Miazato Iwamura, Marco Aurélio Guimarães, Damian Schofield

29. Stable Isotope Forensics as an Investigative Tool in Missing Persons Investigations
Eric J. Bartelink, Amy T. Mackinnon, Julia R. Prince-Buitenhuys, Brett J. Tipple, Lesley A. Chesson

30. The Use of Trace Evidence in Missing Persons Investigations
Claire Gwinnett

31. Mass Grave Investigation and Identifying Missing Persons: Challenges and Innovations in Archaeology and Anthropology in the Context of Mass Death Environments
Ian Hanson

32. Evolution of Disaster Victim Identification (DVI/DVM): An Overview of Management and Pitfalls
Calle Winskog, Roger W. Byard

33. Evaluating the Role of Forensic Anthropologists in Human Rights Investigations of Missing Persons
Roxana Ferllini

34. The Investigation of Historic Missing Persons Cases: Genocide and ‘Conflict Time’ Human Rights Abuses
Caroline Sturdy Colls

Keywords: Psychology, Clinical Psychology, Cognitive Psychology

Editor
 
Publisher
Springer
Publication year
2016
Language
en
Edition
1
Page amount
24 pages
Category
Psychology
Format
Ebook
eISBN (PDF)
9783319401997
Printed ISBN
978-3-319-40197-3

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