Coursework Writing Help- Discuss inductive versus deductive reasoning and how you would apply the concepts of inductive and deductive reasoning to an unsolved crime scene in criminal profiling

Discuss inductive versus deductive reasoning and how you would apply the concepts of inductive and deductive reasoning to an unsolved crime scene in criminal profiling

Police Investigation   A man was found  murdered and his wife severely beaten early on a Sunday morning in April  2001. The trailer park they lived in is a community of young adults  just struggling to get by in life. The couple were newlyweds, Caucasian,  in their early twenties and were expecting their first child.  The  murder scene looked like a massacre.  The police found the female victim  barely conscious leaning against the wall by the front door where she  had struggled to get help but was weak from loss of blood. She had  suffered blunt force trauma over her entire body. Her right little  finger had been severed from her hand and was later found in a pool of  blood.  She had also been raped while her husband lay dying in the bed  next to her also suffering from blunt force trauma to his torso and  head.   The trailer had  been ransacked and various items were stolen to include video games,  trading cards, and a gaming system. They had no money or items of any  significant value. Tool marks could be found on the walls, interior of  the front door, on the wooden floor of the bedroom where the attack  occurred, and on the blades of the ceiling fan still spinning in the  bedroom.  Blood could be found everywhere in the form of medium velocity  spatter, drippings, pooling, trails, and cast-off.  Bloody shoe prints  lead out the door and disappear in the dirt outside the back of the  trailer.

During the police investigation, a tire iron was found under a  trailer near the back of the trailer park.  During the course of  conducting a neighborhood canvas, detectives learned from residents that  a large black male estimated to be in his thirties was seen wandering  around the trailer park just prior to the time of murders. None of the  residents recognized him as living in the trailer park or as a guest of  anyone who lived in the trailer park. Detectives also learned that  around the time of the murders, three teenage males were observed  peeking in one of the trailer’s windows.

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