Category Archives: crime

Creepy Christmas: 4 Infamous Holiday Murders

Cold nights. Warm fires. Cozy celebrations. That’s what Christmas is all about for most of us. But, sadly, the high emotions that surround the holidays can sometimes turn horrifically dark. While many savor the joy of the season, some people’s … Continue reading

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Dysfunctional Minds: 6 Common Personality Disorders of Criminals

It’s the unique personalities of people who help make this world an interesting place. Generally, our one-of-a-kind character traits are just harmless little quirks. But sometimes, there is a dark side to our eccentric personalities. This is because, some of … Continue reading

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DNA Justice in 2017: 3 Cold Case Murders Solved by Forensics

Justice eluded these murder victims for many years. But, due to the hard work of detectives, and advancements in DNA analysis – the killers were identified. And justice was served. The Killing of Wendy Jo Halison It was 1968 on … Continue reading

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Holiday Mayhem: 5 Thanksgiving Crime Mysteries

The true purpose of Thanksgiving is to show gratitude for the wonderful things in your life. And to celebrate that appreciation with your loved ones. Unfortunately though, for some, the holiday does not represent gratitude. But rather, the day has … Continue reading

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Antiquity to Modernity: A Timeline of Criminal Justice and Criminology

Our modern notions of crime and punishment are the result of millennia of human advancement. From antiquity to modern times, criminal justice and criminology have evolved due to significant contributions from a diverse array of civilizations. Here is a brief … Continue reading

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The Feds: 6 of America’s Top Law Enforcement Agencies

The United States is a federal republic. Simply put, this means that Americans are governed by elected officials at both a federal and state level. And, to a lesser extent, a local level. Federal law enforcement agencies exist for one … Continue reading

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8 Key Traits of Highly Effective Detectives

For many police officers, acquiring the title of detective is quite an accomplishment. And the reason is simple. As a detective – you have the opportunity to take charge, break the code, and piece together the puzzle of the crime. … Continue reading

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