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Dr C. Gabrielle Salfati







Dr C. Gabrielle Salfati

Dr C. Gabrielle Salfati is currently at the Department of Psychology at
John Jay College of Criminal Justice at the City University of New York.
Previosuly she worked at the Centre for Investigative Psychology (CIP)
at the University of Liverpool in the UK, where she held the positions
of Course Director for the Masters program in Forensic Behavioral
Science and the position of Deputy Course Director for the Masters
program in Investigative Psychology.

Her main areas of expertise are homicide and sexual offences, in
particular with reference to offender profiling, classifications of
violent crime, behavioural linking of serial crime, and cross-cultural
comparisons. She is currently working on a number of interrelated
projects dealing with various facets of violent crime and deviance. In
particular, this work is now being developed within an international
framework through collaboration with major federal law enforcement
agencies across Central and North America.

She has presented and published widely both nationally and
internationally on her work, and guest edited a special journal issue on
Homicide Research in Europe for the journal Homicide Studies. She is on
the Board of Editors of a number of academic journals, and is also
actively involved with the US-based Homicide Research Working Group.
For more details, please see:
http://web.jjay.cuny.edu/~gsalfati/

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