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The NCAVC also conducts research into violent crime from a law enforcement perspective.
NCAVC research is designed to gain insight into criminal thought processes, motivations, and behaviors.
I would like to thank all those who participated for their willingness to share their dedication, time and expertise.
I believe it will be invaluable to our collective ability to understand, respond to, and hopefully prevent, serial murder.• Pamela Hairfield and Wilma Wulchak, Management and Program Analysts, FBI, NCAVC, for their skill, dedication, and perseverance in successfully handling the countless administrative tasks associated with the Symposium.
Until the Serial Murder Symposium, however, there had been few attempts to reach a consensus on some of these issues.
BAU-2 staff members have developed significant expertise on the subject of serial murder and regularly provide operational assistance, conduct research, and provide training on issues related to serial murder.
For years, law enforcement investigators, academics, mental health experts, and the media have studied serial murder, from Jack the Ripper in the late 1800s to the sniper killings in 2002, and from the “Zodiac Killer” in California to the “BTK Killer” in Kansas.