Information Computing in Crime Mapping: The Pocket Man Case of Criminal Child Sexual Abuse
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Original versionJournal of Emerging Trends in Computing and Information Sciences, Vol. 2, No.4 (2011), s. 173-181
It took Norwegian police thirty-two years to capture the Pocket Man who was responsible for more than hundred sexual abuses over that same time period. This article presents a study police investigations of the abuses by applying the value shop configuration. Primary activities in the value shop are (i) problem definition; (ii) investigation steps; (iii) investigation decision; (iv) investigation implementation; and (v) police performance evaluation. As discussed in this article, each value shop activity had serious deficiencies in the investigations of Pocket Man cases.
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