A case study will be the focus of a one-day seminar on serial killers planned for Friday, March 30 at Kankakee Community College.
The “Behavioral Aspects of Serial Killers” session will include profiles of serial killers, and what classifies a murderer as a serial killer. Participants will gain basic knowledge of some behaviors of serial killers, what motivates them and how they select their victims. Investigative techniques and the methods killers used will be discussed. A focus will be on one of the more notorious serial killers, the Green River Killer. Potential participants are advised that some material in this course may be disturbing.
Upon completion, 4.5 contact hours will be awarded to social workers, funeral directors and counselors.
Instructor is David Tate. The class meets Friday, March 30 from 9 a.m. - 3 p.m. in the Iroquois Room, Room D152 at KCC. The cost is $59, and includes handouts and contact hours. Course number is HLTH 428AQ.A16.
This course is offered by KCC’s Office of Continuing Education and Career Services. It does not award college credit. To register or for more information, call 815-802-8207; go to www.kcc.edu/comejoinus (search by course number); or visit the KCC Welcome Center on the first floor of the Workforce Development Center.