Join Jim Clemente (former FBI profiler), Laura Richards (criminal behavioral analyst, former New Scotland Yard) and Lisa Zambetti (Casting director for CBS' Criminal Minds) as they profile behavior from real criminal cases.
The Hunt for a Serial Killer, Rapist, Paedophile, Burglar - Part 3
This week, Laura and Jim analyze red flags and missed opportunities of intervention earlier in RR’s behavior as a teen.
The Hunt for a Serial Killer, Rapist, Paedophile, Burglar - Part 2
We continue our coverage of a depraved multi-hyphenate offender that we will refer to as RR. Laura and Jim continue to share their analysis and insights about the case, the Netflix docuseries which we refer to as NS as we do not want to use the horrific moniker and the behaviors of this prolific serial offender.
The Hunt for a Serial Killer, Rapist, Paedophile, Burglar - Part 1
Today we begin our coverage of a horrific offender whom we are loathe to name, and a Netflix documentary series about his heinous crimes — who’s title we hate to repeat.
Renee Williams Interview - Part 2
This week we finish our talk with Jim’s friend and colleague Renee Williams who is Executive Director of the National Center for the Victims of Crime in Washington D.C.
Renee Williams Interview - Part 1
This week we sit down with Jim’s friend and colleague Renee Williams who is Executive Director of the National Center for the Victims of Crime in Washington D.C.. She explains how the center was founded by victims of crime and the difficulties in getting victims the help they need and deserve.
Naomi Gibson Interview - Part Three
Jim, Laura, and Lisa finish their conversation with Naomi Gibson to hear her first hand account of what it was like inside the NXIVM cult.
Thank you so much!
Thank you for a year full of insights and lessons learned. I could not believe that I would get so much explained and to be able to listen to someone who so generously and solidly shares her extensive knowledge (yes, I'm talking about you Laura) when I once subscribed to the podcast. Some parts I and my colleagues together have listened to and used in different strategies (we work to some extent therapeutically) I think a large part of your success is about Laura's knowledge and energy to always address the problems correctly
and she does not allow herself to be silenced
by those who obviously feel intimidated by it. Coercive control. Patriarchy. There you go. I will always be grateful for strong and wise women like her. And men! I see you Jim! you are a great guy who is an excellent role model. Thank you.
True crime that doesn’t feel exploitative.
The best true crime podcast because it’s informative without being exploitative and it’s truly on the side of the victims. Nothing icky or victim blaming.
The hosts are passionate and knowledgeable. Listeners can learn a lot about everything from criminal procedures to different psychological responses in victims etc. The show gets better and better over the years. The episodes involving sexual assault and/or domestic violence are very powerful and educational.
I adore this show, the hosts are great at being victim advocates. True heroes. I feel empowered and validated from listening to this show.
Very enlightening and descriptive!