Sexual Offenders Who Kill Essay by The Research Group

Sexual Offenders Who Kill
A discussion of the reasons why sexual offenders kill their victims.
# 24252 | 2,025 words | 6 sources | 2002 | US
Published on Apr 13, 2003 in Psychology (Behaviorism) , Psychology (Disorders) , Criminology (General)

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Discusses reasons why sexual offenders kill their victims. The two types of sexual homicide. Signs that an individual may become a sexual killer. Value to investigation of profiling crime scenes & offenders. Treatments for sex offenders. Division of experts regarding success of psychological treatment. Dangers to society of release.

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"Sexual killers often display aggressive and antisocial behaviors during their childhood, which escalates to sexual sadism in adulthood. The pattern and style of their killings involves domination, control, humiliation and sadistic sexual violence. The killers rarely show remorse, and the murders of the randomly chosen victims are committed with no sense of guilt or shame (Geberth, 1995). These psychopaths are morally bereft, incapable of intimacy and empathy, essentially being entirely egocentric. They reason in a way that is not acceptable to society and investigators must attempt to determine how their alternative reasoning works (Turvey par. 43-45). Examined in this paper are sexual offenders who kill and their reasons for killing, signs that an individual may become a sexual killer, the value of offender profiling, and..."

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