For this Milestone Two task, you will complete a draft of the profile portion of the final project assessment. Specifically, the following critical elements must be addressed:
Develop a demographic summary of the individual based on analysis of data from the case. Explain the impact that biological factors of the case had on the individual's behavior Explain the impact that developmental factors of the case had on the individual's behavior. Explain the impact that environmental factors of the case had on the individual's behavior. Apply theories to the emerging hypothesis of the motivation of your chosen subject. In your response, consider the biological, psychological,social, and criminal violence theories.
PSY 310 Milestone Two Guidelines and Rubric Overview: The final project for this course is the creation of an executive summary report. You will write a summary, conduct a crime assessment, and create a profile of a criminal. You will then develop a conclusion and consider the investigative use of the information you have compiled. Criminal psychology encompasses a wide range of information about someone which can be drawn together, synthesized, and written into a format used by the criminal justice system prior to an arrest. Typically, criminal psychologists are called upon to provide advice and consultation when the crimes are not straightforward. Law enforcement officers are experts at tracking data and looking for crime-related clues to help them solve a case. However, when they need assistance determining who a criminal is, or what a criminal’s motivation might be—in a predictive sense—they rely on the capabilities of professionals who are versed both in criminology and psychology. A criminal profile emerges as data comes together. This is not the same as the information you see on the news; rather, it is a comprehensive look at the biological, psychological, social, and environmental factors that make a person unique to a criminal case. Some of the information is based on empirical data and some is based on educated assumptions made by the criminal psychologist. In this executive summary report, you will look at a variety of factors and work to answer the question “who is this person?” You will examine criminal statistics, lifestyle, upbringing, medical and mental health information, along with a range of other information, that will help you answer the “who, what, when, where, and why” of your chosen case. It will be your job to draw from your previous education and training to learn how to understand what information is relevant to your case. There is no piece of information that is too small to help you build the…