Perfil criminal geográfico: novas perspectivas comportamentais para investigação de crimes violentos no Brasil

Denis Lino, Lucas Heiki Matsunaga

Resumo


O objetivo do estudo é pontuar as bases teóricas e empíricas do perfil criminal geográfico, além de sua aplicabilidade no Brasil, tendo em vista que os estudos sobre a relação entre comportamento e ambiente possibilitam, de acordo com a literatura, contribuições e tecnologias que auxiliem na investigação de crimes violentos em série. São expostas teorias, modelos e áreas de estudo, como a criminologia ambiental e a psicologia investigativa, que buscam estabelecer relações significativas entre características do ambiente e do criminoso em relação à locomoção e mobilidade para o cometimento de comportamentos criminosos específicos, especialmente os violentos. Por fim, é proposta uma agenda de pesquisa, tendo em vista a necessidade de produções científicas para divulgar e embasar a aplicação de tal técnica investigativa.


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Perfil; Psicologia; Investigação; Criminologia; Polícia.

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.15260/rbc.v7i1.269

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