National Police Week occurs every May and is a collaborative effort that honors the efforts of law enforcement around the United States.
When a case goes unsolved for years, law enforcement agencies often reduce the investigative resources dedicated to it. Hear from popular podcast host, Bill Thomas, about his work as a victim advocate and why families must be relentless in their quest for justice
Identifying details about the fire set by Linda Malcom’s killer can provide clues about the perpetrator, level of planning, and modus operandi. Hear from two arson experts after reviewing reports and pictures from the scene.
Education, awareness and prevention is our best hope at fighting the ever-increasing threat of human trafficking.
Identifying the style of knife used to stab Linda Malcom can provide clues about both the crime and the killer. Hear from knife expert, Jeff Schafer, about the type of knife likely used and other clues from her wounds.
Hear about Jennifer Bucholtz’s on-the-ground investigation and what she learned after meeting with the current coroner, detective from the Port Orchard Police Department, Linda’s former landlords, neighbors who witnessed the fire, bartenders at her favorite bars, and friends.
Linda Malcom’s murder: Part 4 of this series from the University’s Cold Case Investigative Team looks at on-the-ground research for clues.
The dedication that AMU graduate Ryan Burgess has for community service ultimately led him to seek work in firefighting.