Create a 10- to 12-slide Microsoft® PowerPoint® presentation with detailed speaker notes in which you:
- Summarize the event, including the who, what, where, when, and how. Discuss how the offender was caught.
- Identify technological, methodological, and criminological points of interest in the case, including offender typology and profile, to align with the best theory as defined in previous weeks, including physical, biological, psychological, social structure, social processes and development, and social conflict.
- Describe the use of technology, DNA, forensics, biometrics, and any other criminal identification tool used in the case.
- Discuss what impact crime and global crimes, such as human trafficking, have on crime control policies.
- In your conclusion, discuss how the evolution of policing might affect social policy from national and international perspectives and consider how the evolving technologies relate to national and international policymaking.