About the author
Dr. Raymond J. Carr served in law enforcement for 35 years, then retired from the Federal Bureau of Investigation in 2014 after almost 26 years. He is a certified police instructor who has provided instruction to federal, state and local law enforcement officers, specializing in crisis management, criminal profiling, hostage negotiations, psychology of the criminal mind, forensic crime scene analysis, death scene investigation, forensic interviewing, and criminal investigation analysis. Dr. Carr was the primary coordinator for the FBI's Philadelphia Division, the National Center for the Analysis of Violent Crime, and the Philadelphia Hostage Negotiation Team.
He is currently the director of the Criminal Justice Institute at Wilmington University, where he also lectures. Dr. Carr has also lectured at Saint Joseph's University, Villanova University, University of Pennsylvania, The College of Physicians of Philadelphia, and Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine. He continues to share his expertise with state and local police departments via training and case consultations in behavior methodology, specializing in unsolved homicides, terroristic threats, serial rapists and serial murders. Dr. Carr holds a B.S. in Criminal Justice from Kutztown University, an M.S. in Administration of Justice from West Chester University, an MBA from Widener University, and an Ed.D. in Organizational Leadership from Wilmington University.
Dr. Carr, his wife Coleen, and their children live in Wilmington, Delaware.