Sunday, June 27, 2010


The 11th Annual Meeting of the Academy of Behavioral Profiling (ABP) will be hosted this year by Owens Community College in Toledo, Ohio on August 7th & 8th, 2010. Open to the public, thee meeting is a conference where members present papers regarding current cases and research, followed by a two day Criminal Profiling Workshop (Aug. 9-10, 2010).

Since its inception in 1999, the ABP has grown to almost 200 international members with diverse student and professional backgrounds. This includes forensic psychology, forensic psychiatry, criminal investigations, criminology, and forensic science. The membership is unified by their forensic work, teaching and scholarly research related to crime, criminals, and forensic examinations.

The schedule of presentations at this years meeting, which is open to the public, includes lectures on the subjects of criminal profiling, behavioral analysis, investigative strategy, crime reconstruction, false confessions, serial rape, sexual homicide, and victimology.

Those interested in attending should visit the ABP's website at, or contact Dr. Stan Crowder at All are welcome.