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Lawyers & Judges Publishing (Tucson, AZ) has published "Understanding the Arsonist: From Assessment to Confession," a softbound book targeted to fire and police investigators, criminal justice professionals and mental health professionals. Content includes psychological profiles of arsonists, their motivation for setting fires and types of fires they set. Chapters cover: fire-setting history; identification; interrogation strategies; recent research; motivation; types of fires; the experimental arsonist; the delinquent arsonist; the revenge arsonist; the thrill-seeker; copycats; and, risks for arson. The new book costs $39.
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Date:Mar 31, 2005
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