According to Ebisike Offender profiling is a crime investigation technique whereby information gathered from the crime scene, witnesses, victims, autopsy reports and information about an offenders behavior is used to draw up a profile of the sort of person likely to commit such a crime (Ebisike, 2007). Since it was first introduced in 1974 by the FBI, the method of profiling has been defined in many ways by theorists, critics, the media and the general public. Throughout the evolution of this method there have been profiles created that have successfully described the criminal and some that have not. The argument put forward in this essay is that criminal profiling isnt a reliable method of investigative work, however it is in some sense
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