VOlUME 04 ISSUE 06 JUNE 2021
Recognition of the Victimizer and Its Application in Criminal Police Investigations
1Hosein Sharifpour, 2Mahdis Malekzadeh, 3Sajjad Mohammadi, 4Sheida Taghadosi
1Departmant of Prevention of Crime, Najja faculty member, Tehran, Iran
2Faculty of Law and Political Sciences, University of Tehran, Iran
3Faculty of Law and Political Sciences, University of Tehran, Iran
4Faculty of Law, Islamic Azad University, Qaemshahr, Iran

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Over time, the study of the victimizer concept indicates the evolution of this concept and the emergence of four different tendencies in this field, which have been created in response to the offenders' needs. These four tendencies are 1- general victimizer, 2- criminal or reciprocal action, 3- critical victimizer and 4- legal victimizer. The fourth approach, the new method of the victimizer, aims to investigate the characteristics of the victimizer, the pattern of the victimizer, and the repetition of these patterns to achieve the criminal seminally. Rush to the aid of homicide investigations, police and detectives. Forensic victimizer against theoretical principle is an applied principle.

This stage of victimizer by adopting a new approach of misdemeanours while examining the normative and individualized offenders specific offences, drawing all the patterns of victimizer and discovering a list of comprehensive characteristics of the offender such as physical, biological, mental, social, educational, occupational and personality characteristics during the victimizer While estimating the criminality of the offender, it tries to create comprehensive standards for faster detection of similar crimes and also by identifying hidden and suspicious models of victimizer to help prevent crime. This approach by collecting preliminary information and forming a conscious profile for the victimizer is deliberate parts of the puzzle of personality, age, social, economic, cultural, etc. It also solves the victimizer, and considering and interpreting the statements and experience of certain offenders scientifically is trying to answer the questions.


victimizer, misdemeanours, criminal, police, suspicious


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