The Intimate Partner Homicide Timeline Dr Jane Monckton
The Intimate Partner Homicide Timeline Dr Jane Monckton Smith Peer Review What we know
What we did What we found Uses Stalking and the eight stages Significant relationship between stalking behaviours after separation, and
tracking/monitoring behaviours during a relationship Stalking is a sign of escalation and increasing threat Stage 1: History
The person has a history of control, stalking or violence. This could be a criminal record or allegations or suspicions. Possessive and jealous Thin skinned Stage 2: commitment
whirlwind Normal romantic actions speeded up Seeks commitment as soon as possible Perpetrator becomes dependent and jealous very early
Stage 3: Relationship Dominated by coercive control Presence of high risk markers Possible tracking and monitoring
Stage 4: Trigger event
Separation Imagines separation Threat of separation Ill health of perpetrator or victim Financial ruin Significant threat to status Stage 5: Escalation
Increase in frequency of controlling behaviours Increase in severity of controlling behaviours Increase repertoire Variance between controlling behaviours
Stalking Suicide threats Threats of violence Stage 6: Change in thinking
Loss of control appears irretrievable Loss of status irretrievable Loss of control or status intolerable Decides on how to resolve the issues Stage 7: Planning
Reconnaissance Stalking Web searches Purchase weapons, restraints Seeks opportunities
Grave digging Stage 8: Homicide
Homicide with or without confession Homicide with suicide Missing person Suicide Suspicious death Accident Extreme levels of violence overkill possible irrespective of violence histroy
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