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By Joy Lynn E. Shelton, Tia A. Hoffer, Yvonne E. Muirhead

Maternal filicide has been mentioned within the scientific, psychological overall healthiness, and baby abuse fields, but little learn exists with a legal justice/law enforcement standpoint. however, felony justice pros accountable for research and prosecution of those offenders frequently needs to focus on specific behavioral, social, and mental dynamics no longer thought of in lots of different forms of instances. The Federal Bureau of Investigation’s (FBI) Behavioral research Unit (BAU) III – Crimes opposed to childrens pointed out, amassed, and reviewed legislation enforcement case documents within which a organic mom killed her child(ren). jointly, the circumstances contain 213 organic moms who killed 265 young ones, and are produced from neonaticide, infanticide, and filicide circumstances. info research published that the offenders ranged in age from 12-46 years, and plenty of have been single, unemployed, and had a historical past of violence. a number of the sufferers have been 3 years of age or more youthful, didn't stay with their organic fathers on the time in their deaths, and had a background of maltreatment quite often perpetrated by way of their moms. furthermore, conventional guns similar to a firearm or knife have been used much less frequently in comparison to asphyxiants and blunt strength tools. The authors discover the tenets of girl violence, the mother-child dynamic and psychological problems, and deal with the complexities linked to investigating and prosecuting maternal filicide offenders. ​

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Some speak of their children with little affect and typically objectify the child as a part object. As one offender said, “my kids were my personal doll babies … I wanted to make sure they were the prettiest girls around” (Oberman and Meyer 2008, p. 80). It appears that for some women, there are distinctions between the wish to become pregnant and what it means to bring a child into the world versus what it means to be a mother. Chapter 6 Mental Disorders Axis I Disorders One in four individuals will develop a mental illness at some point in their lives (World Health Organization 2001).

1007/978-3-319-08150-2_9 43 44 9 Neonaticide 2008). It appears women from a variety of ages and life circumstances are capable of committing neonaticide in response to a conflicted pregnancy (Riley 2005). , leaving infant in toilet) rather than violent outbursts that are more often seen in the killing of older children (Shelton et al. 2011). Although some newborns are simply abandoned or die from blunt or sharp force injury, asphyxiation is the most commonly reported cause of death (COD) (Corey and Collins 2002; Crittenden and Craig 1990; DiMaio and DiMaio 2001; Meyer et al.

Filicide studies have highlighted increased rates of chronic victim abuse prior to the homicide, indicating problems with impulse control, managing frustration, and empathy deficits which could be consistent with characterological disorders (Crittenden and Craig 1990; D’Silva and Oates 1993; Levine et al. 1994; Wilczynski 1997). Additionally, many maternal filicide offenders also describe negative childhood and adolescent experiences which may impact the development of personality disorders (Meyer et al.

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