Tag Archives: criminologist

The Lockdown Generation: Active Shooter Training in America’s Schools

There’s a sad reality now existing in the United States. And that’s because the new normal in an average American school involves mandatory active shooter lockdown drills. That’s right. Our society has become so violent that these so-called active shooter … Continue reading

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May You Have a Merry Christmas!

It’s been an amazing year! Yes, there’s been some ups and downs, but there are always things that we can be thankful for. I cannot believe that it’s that holiday time once again. For me, it’s a time of reflection, … Continue reading

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Catch the Killer: 3 Historically Significant Criminal Profilers

Everyone seems to love a good criminal profiler story. A ruthless killer is on the loose. Law enforcement can’t seem to make any progress on the case. Then, some mastermind detective steps in. And using their investigation skills, along with … Continue reading

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HAPPY HALLOWEEN: 31 Things That Scare Me

I thought I’d keep up with the yearly tradition and post what actually scares a criminologist and crime fiction author. Some things stay the same, but I’m always adding new ones to the list. So just in case you were … Continue reading

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MAJOR BOOK ANNOUNCEMENT: I Signed with Bookouture Publisher for a New 3 Book Detective Crime Series

It’s been difficult for me to sit on this announcement until the contract was signed and I was given the greenlight to share with everyone. I’m still in shock–believe me it takes quite a bit to shock me. As a … Continue reading

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Creepy History: 3 Horrific Medieval and Renaissance Serial Killers

Many people believe that serial killers are a relatively new phenomenon. And that these homicidal maniacs are a terrifying by-product of modern society’s manic pace and lifestyle. Unfortunately, that’s not the case. In fact, serial killers have existed for millennia … Continue reading

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Evolving Societal Threats: 5 Crimes of the Future #crime #justice

Technology is a wonderful tool that has changed the fabric of our lives. But, on the flip side, our dependency on technology can have frightening consequences. And that leads us to the scary phenomenon that is occurring across the globe … Continue reading

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