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If you are curious about the ‘who dunnit’ and the ‘why dunnit’ and how and why victims become footnotes in their own murders, Crime Analyst is for you. Hosted by world renowned and award-winning Criminal Behavioural Analyst Laura Richards.

Crime Analyst Laura Richards

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    • 4.9 • 522 Ratings

If you are curious about the ‘who dunnit’ and the ‘why dunnit’ and how and why victims become footnotes in their own murders, Crime Analyst is for you. Hosted by world renowned and award-winning Criminal Behavioural Analyst Laura Richards.

    20: Special Report from the Intelligence Cell | The Final Frontier of the Domestic Abuse Bill, Serial Domestic Abusers and Stalkers and Julia James’ Murder, Part. 1

    20: Special Report from the Intelligence Cell | The Final Frontier of the Domestic Abuse Bill, Serial Domestic Abusers and Stalkers and Julia James’ Murder, Part. 1

    In this episode, Laura gives a full update on the serial domestic abusers and stalkers campaign and the Domestic Abuse Act and also discusses Zoe Dronfield, Jane Clough, Rana Faruqui, Sarah Everard and Julia James cases amongst others.

    19: Special Report from the Intelligence Cell | My Mum Was Shot Dead in Front Of Me: The Register Would Have Saved Her | Part 3

    19: Special Report from the Intelligence Cell | My Mum Was Shot Dead in Front Of Me: The Register Would Have Saved Her | Part 3

    In this Special Report (Part 3 of 3), Laura interviews brave 17-year-old Georgia Gabriel-Hooper, whose mother, Cheryl Gabriel-Hooper was shot dead in front of her by her former partner Andrew Hooper on January 26 2018.

    18: Special Report from the Intelligence Cell | My Mum Was Shot Dead in Front Of Me: The Register Would Have Saved Her | Part 2

    18: Special Report from the Intelligence Cell | My Mum Was Shot Dead in Front Of Me: The Register Would Have Saved Her | Part 2

    In this Special Report (Part 2 of 3), Laura interviews courageous 17-year-old Georgia Gabriel-Hooper, whose mother, Cheryl Gabriel-Hooper was shot dead in front of her by her former partner Andrew Hooper on January 26 2018.

    17: Special Report from the Intelligence Cell | My Mum Was Shot Dead in Front Of Me: The Register Would Have Saved Her | Part 1

    17: Special Report from the Intelligence Cell | My Mum Was Shot Dead in Front Of Me: The Register Would Have Saved Her | Part 1

    In this Special Report (Part 1 of 3) Laura interviews the inspiring and courageous 17-year-old Georgia Gabriel-Hooper, whose mother, Cheryl Gabriel-Hooper was shot dead in front of her by her former partner Andrew Hooper on January 26 2018.

    16: The Forgotten Victims | Part 16 | The Byford Report, the Missing Pages and Other Potentially Linked Offences

    16: The Forgotten Victims | Part 16 | The Byford Report, the Missing Pages and Other Potentially Linked Offences

    Laura continues to deconstruct The Byford Report, the missing pages and the other potentially linked offences that may have been committed by PS.
    Lord Byford concluded that serial killers become serial killers because they are cute enough to avoid police detection early on. Laura has a differing view.

    15: The Forgotten Victims | Part 15 | The Byford Report, the Missing Pages and Other Potentially Linked Offences

    15: The Forgotten Victims | Part 15 | The Byford Report, the Missing Pages and Other Potentially Linked Offences

    Laura continues to deconstruct The Byford Report and the missing pages.
    Laura begins her behavioural analysis of other potentially linked offences that may have been committed by PS, leading to new revelations about when PS could have potentially been arrested and stopped. You won’t want to miss this.

Customer Reviews

4.9 out of 5
522 Ratings

522 Ratings

RamFam4050 ,

Amazing and Intelligent

Laura, I appreciate how you honor the victims. Your talent and dedication speaks volumes and I’m so glad you are sharing it with the world!

Dg16lola ,

Intelligent Analysis

I’ve loved listening to Laura on RCP and was thrilled to hear she was starting her own show. Her focus on victims instead of lionizing perpetrators is refreshing and sorely needed in the true crime case.

I do have one request - please stop referring to sex workers as “prostitutes.” The former gives the sex worker agency, while the latter carries connotations of criminality and misogyny. Thanks!

Batiname ,

❤️

Laura has provided language to help understand and explain what 28 yrs ago I could not. Much admiration and appreciation for her exhaustive work.

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