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In common law, rape was defined as the

carnal knowledge (sexual intercourse) of a woman with force and without her consent.

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means used to overcome the will of the female victim

force or threat of use of force
administration of drugs or alcohol
incapacity to consent

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aggravated rape

is armed with dangerous weapon , kidnap the victim, inflicts bodily injury or is ina position of trust in regard to the victim such as official authority or familiar relationship

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date rape or acquaintance rape

male sexual aggression in which the female half of a twosome is forced to have sexual intercourse

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FBI crime reports on rape

89000 in US
57.7 forcipled rapes per onehundred thousand females
forcible rapes 92.5% of reported rapes
7.5 % assaults to commit rape
40% cleared by arrest or except

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apparent shock

rape trauma syndrome- victims mental stress

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most important factors in defining the behavior of the rapist during the crime is

use of physical force and its extent

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the victims description of a rapists behavior, upon analysis by competent personnel,

reflects the personality of the rapist

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This rapist commits the crime of rape as a means of expressing and discharging feelings of pent-up anger and rage

Anger rapist

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This rapist uses sex as a means of compensating for underlying feeling of inadecquacy and to express issues of mastery, strength, authority and control

Power Rapist

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two types of power rapist

power reassurance rapist
power assertive rapist

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This power rapist is least violent of all rapist and thelease socially competent, suffering from low self-esteem and feelings of inadequacy

power reassurance rapist

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this power rapist express his virility and personal dominance, because he believes that he is entitled to do so. victim is at his mercy and she must do what he desires.

power assertive rapist- flashy dresser, regular at singles bar, trying to pick up woman

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this rapist finds the intentional maltreatment of this victim intesely gratifying and takes pleasure in hter torment, anguish, distress, helplessness and suffering

sadistic rapist

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it appears that which type of rapist are most prominent

power rapist- 55%,
40% are anger rapist and
5% are sadistic

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Federal Bureau of Investigations Investigative Support Unit

profiles, assessments and other support

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statutory rape

consensual sex relaitons between two persons. one is a minor by statute. California law, minor is under 18

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Many rapists and even sexual serial murderers had a history of nuisance sexual behavior

Voyeurism
Exhibitionism
Scatophilia
Frottage

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an act of receiving sexual arounsal by looking at private or intimate scenes which contain a sexual component. This type enjoys watching people who are undressing, or in act of sexual intercourse. "peeping tom". Installing video camera in womens restroom

voyeurism

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the intentional and deliberate exposure of persons genitalia to an unsuspecting stranger

exhibitionism

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erotic gratification gained from telephone conversation between the caller and victim rather than from any form of sexual contact.

scatophilia

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realization of sexual gratification from rubbing against certain body parts of another person. usually a stranger. persona usually engaged in this activity are young and most activity occurs between 15 and 25 yrs of age

frottage

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incest

sex with person known to be within raltionship of parent/child, brother/sister, uncle/aunt, or nephew /niece.

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psychological incest

sexual activity between child and stepparent, foster parent or live-in-boyfriend of childs mother. includes such nonrelated family members as stepbrothers and stepuncles.

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pedophile

someone who loves children

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pedophilia

loves children in sexual interest that ranges from fondling to mutilation and murder

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two types of pedophiles

situational
preferential child molester

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this molester as fewer victims and does not have a true sexual interest in children but will experiment with them

situational child molester

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3 types of situational child molester

regressed child molester-
morally indiscriminate child molester
naive or inadequate child molester

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this pedophile turns to children temporary, object for sexual gratification. Substitute sexual partner. normally involved with adults in normal relationships

regressed child molester

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an abuser of all available persons; children just another category of victim. basic motivation toward sexual experimentation

morally indiscriminate child molester

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persons who are suffering from mental disorder. unable to make distinciton between right or wrong. Does not physically harm children. experiment wiht children with sexual practices that include holding, fondling, kissing and so forth

naive or inadequate child molester

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views children more intensely as providers of sexual pleasure. prefers children as sexual partners and is true pedophile.

preferential child molester

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Two types of preferential child molesters that most likely to be very dangerous to children

fixated child molester
sadistic child molester

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often childlike in lifstyle and behaviors. selects children as sexual objects, Not interested in physically harming the child but rather loves children. Young boys are preferred sexual partners

fixated child molester

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vital connection between sexual gratificaiton and personal violence. Child will be a stranger and offender may stalk the child rather than seduce. Has no love for the child, interested in causing harm and death to a vulnerable victim

sadistic child molester

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mushroom factor

diligent inquiry will disclose a network of other incidents, victims and pedophiles

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California McMartin preschool case

Police sent letters to 400 parents of children enrolled in this school., encouraging parents to question their children about any sexual abuse by teachers. Many parents mentioned it to one or more of the suspects teachers, alerting them to the threat of an investigation

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what type of interview is likely to be more productive and characterized by a basic integrity

nonsuggestive interview

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any young person under the legal adult age (unemancipated) who, without permission of parent or guardian, remains away from his or her home for 24 hours or more is generally termed a

runaway

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diaper squad

patrol local bus stations and "gut" areas containing such occpancies as adult thaters and adult bookstores, the "stroll" section in which prostitutes operate and the "meat rack" frequented by boys and young men catering to older men

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an aggressive reaction and is generally focused on sex

hustling

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This act placed federal resourcse at the service of local police

1982 Missing Childrens Act

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This site is used in searching for missing children believed to have been abducted

The Missing Persona File of the FBI National crime information center

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Investigators must move promptly along two general lines

find the child
identify and locate suspect

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____ and ____ are the usual verbal activity, but some rapists are animated conversationalist. The essence of what was said and its pace are important aspects of the rapists behavior

Threats and orders