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Dr. C. Gabrielle Salfati

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Professor of Psychology

Local Address: New York City, New York, United States
John Jay College of Criminal Justice
 
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IAIP - Dr Gabrielle Salfati
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Dr Gabrielle Salfati
Professor C. Gabrielle Salfati is part of the first group of people who emerged within the new field of Investigative Psychology, and was instrumental in its development as an international research field on the empirical analysis of violent criminal behaviour, in particular the advancement of the science of offender profiling. She was with the International Centre for Investigative Psychology at the University of Liverpool in the UK until 2003 where she held the positions of Course Director for the Masters program in Forensic Behavioural Science and the position of Deputy Course Director for the Masters program in Investigative Psychology.
She is currently Professor of Psychology at John Jay College of Criminal Justice at the City University of New York, where she directs the Investigative Psychology Research Unit (IPRU).
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Click here to watch an introductory video by Professor Salfati
Key Publications:
Salfati, C. G. (in press, 2009) Research Methods in Offender Profiling Research.
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Salfati, C. G. (in press, 2008) An Investigative Approach to Profiling Homicide.
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Salfati, C. G. (in press, 2008) Linking Serial Crimes.
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Salfati, C. G. (Ed.) (upcoming, 2008) Special Issue on Offender Consistency & Linking Serial Crime. Journal of Investigative Psychology & Offender profiling.
Salfati, C. G. (in press, 2008) Prostitute Homicide: An Overview of the Literature and Comparison to Sexual and Non-Sexual Female Victim Homicide. In D. Canter, M. Ioannou, & D. Youngs (eds.) Street Prostitution. Aldershot: Ashgate.
Bateman, A. L. and Salfati, C. G. (2007) An Examination Of Behavioral Consistency Using Individual Behaviors Or Groups Of Behaviors In Serial Homicide. Behavioral Sciences and the Law. Volume 25 (4), 527-544.
Salfati, C. G. and Taylor, P. (2006) Differentiating Sexual Violence: A Comparison of Sexual Homicide and Rape. Psychology, Crime and Law. Volume 12 (2), 107-126.
Salfati, C. G. and Bateman, A. (2005) Serial Homicide: An Investigation of Behavioral Consistency. Journal of Investigative Psychology and Offender Profiling. Volume 2, (2), 121-144.
Salfati, C. G. (2003). Offender interaction with victims in homicide: A multidimensional analysis of frequencies in crime scene behaviors. Journal of Interpersonal Violence, Volume 18 (5), 490-512.
Salfati, C. G. (2000). Profiling homicide: A multidimensional approach. Homicide Studies, Volume 4 (3), 265-293
Salfati, C. G. & Canter, D. V. (1999). Differentiating stranger murders: Profiling offender characteristics from behavioral styles. Behavioral Sciences and the Law, Volume 17, 391-406
Latest books
Salfati, C. G. (upcoming, 2010) Profiling Homicide: A Sourcebook for Students and Researchers. Offender Profiling Series. Aldershot: Ashgate.
Questionnaires
Salfati, C. G. (2007). The Homicide Profiling Index (HPI) €" A Tool for Measurements of Crime Scene Behaviors, Victim Characteristics, and Offender Characteristics. In C. Gabrielle Salfati (Ed.) Homicide Research: Past, Present and Future. Proceedings of the 2005 Meeting of the Homicide Research Working Group. Chicago, IL: Homicide Research Working Group.
Dr Gabrielle Salfati - Centre for Investigative Psychology
www.i-psy.co.uk, 24 Dec 2006 [cached]
Dr C. Gabrielle Salfati Course Director, MSc Forensic Behavioural Science tel:+ 44 151 794 3910 email:g.salfati@liverpool.ac.uk
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Dr C. Gabrielle Salfati is a Lecturer in the Centre for Investigative Psychology in the Department of Psychology at the University of Liverpool and the Course Director for the M.Sc. in Forensic Behavioral Science. Her main areas of expertise are homicide and sexual offences, in particular with reference to offender profiling, classifications of violent crime and cross-cultural comparisons.
She is currently working on a number of interrelated projects dealing with various facets of violent crime and deviance. The main focus of this work centres on homicide, sexual violence, and other aggressive interpersonal crimes. In particular, this work is now being developed within an international framework through collaboration with major research centres across Europe as well as North America.
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Dr Salfati has presented and published widely both nationally and internationally on her work, and guest edited a special journal issue on Homicide Research in Europe (see
www.sagepub.co.uk for further details) for the journal Homicide Studies. She is on the Board of Editors of a number of academic journals, is a chartered psychologist with the British Psychological Society, a member of the American Society of Criminology, and a member of the European Society of Criminology. She is also actively involved with the US-based Homicide Research Working Group ( http://www.icpsr.umich.edu/NACJD/HRWG/), and is one of the Board Members of the European Homicide Research Group.
Gabrielle ...
www.davidcanter.com, 13 Sept 2011 [cached]
Gabrielle Salfati
Professor C. Gabrielle Salfati is part of the first group of people who emerged within the new field of Investigative Psychology, and was instrumental in its development as an international research field on the empirical analysis of violent criminal behaviour, in particular the advancement of the science of offender profiling. She was with the International Centre for Investigative Psychology at the University of Liverpool in the UK until 2003 where she held the positions of Course Director for the Masters program in Forensic Behavioural Science and the position of Deputy Course Director for the Masters program in Investigative Psychology.
She is currently Professor of Psychology at John Jay College of Criminal Justice at the City University of New York, where she directs the Investigative Psychology Research Unit (IPRU).
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6.Bateman, A. L. and Salfati, C. G. (2007) An Examination Of Behavioral Consistency Using Individual Behaviors Or Groups Of Behaviors In Serial Homicide. Behavioral Sciences and the Law. Volume 25 (4), 527-544.
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In C. Gabrielle Salfati (Ed.) Homicide Research: Past, Present and Future. Proceedings of the 2005 Meeting of the Homicide Research Working Group. Chicago, IL: Homicide Research Working Group.
Forensic Trends: Psychiatric & Behavioral Issues
www.cforums.com, 23 Aug 2009 [cached]
C. Gabrielle Salfati, PhD Program Advisor Director, Investigative Psychology Research Unit Associate Professor, Department of Psychology John Jay College of Criminal Justice
Gabrielle Salfati of ...
psychology101.posterous.com, 2 Sept 2010 [cached]
Gabrielle Salfati of John Jay College of Criminal Justice in New York City has been doing just that.
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Salfati has found evidence that homicides fall into two categories: expressive, where the act is an expression of the killer's emotion, and instrumental, where the killing is a means to an end, such as financial gain (Homicide Studies, vol 4, p 265).
Similarly, Alison's and other groups have found that rape can be classified loosely into three types: criminal, where rape is just one element of the offender's crime repertoire; pseudo-intimate, where sex is the goal; and hostile, where the sex is secondary to violence. These classifications are useful, Alison says, partly because they help to link crimes. However, not all criminals fit into them. In one study of 200 single murders, Salfati found that just over half the perpetrators could be classified according to her expressive-instrumental scheme. "That shows that we're missing a big part of the picture," she says.
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Salfati admits that profiling is "very, very young" in scientific terms, though she is optimistic that it could be an effective investigational tool, if rebuilt on solid scientific foundations. After all, she says, "It's just another name for understanding how people act.
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