Storyboards of crimes. Examining crime scenario creation and investigative experience

J.J. van der Kemp, M. de Gruijter

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Abstract

To solve a crime a chronological description of what went on, when, how, why and by who must be given; a crime scenario. As to avoid the risk of wrongful conviction due to tunnel vision in an investigation, Dutch investigators are obliged to create multiple scenarios and rule but one out. Although this obligatory task is now conducted in serious crime investigations, little is known about how the construct a scenario let alone multiple ones based on the same pieces of evidence. This paper will present our study on the creation of multiple scenario and the influence of investigative experience.
Original languageEnglish
Publication statusPublished - 2011
Event4th International Congress on Psychology and Law - Miami, USA
Duration: 2 Mar 20115 Mar 2011

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Conference4th International Congress on Psychology and Law
Period2/03/115/03/11

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Publisher: American Psychology- Law Society
Place of publication: Miami, USA

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van der Kemp, J. J., & de Gruijter, M. (2011). Storyboards of crimes. Examining crime scenario creation and investigative experience. Poster session presented at 4th International Congress on Psychology and Law, .
van der Kemp, J.J. ; de Gruijter, M. / Storyboards of crimes. Examining crime scenario creation and investigative experience. Poster session presented at 4th International Congress on Psychology and Law, .
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