FORENSIC SCIENCE AND CRIME RESEARCH
Gwen Marie Udell
Designation: Adjunct Professor
Department: Department of Criminology, Law, and Society Department
University: GEORGE MASON UNIVERSITY
Country: United States
Gwen M. Udell is an Adjunct Professor in the Criminology, Law and Society Dept. She is also a trainer with the International Association of Crime Analysts. Prior to entering the educational field, she was the Crime Analysis Supervisor at the Prince William County Police Department in Virginia for 13 years. Over the years, she has assisted with numerous high profile major cases including the DC area Snipers, USMC Shootings and was a member of the East Coast Rapist Task Force. In addition, she has successfully predicated criminal behavior leading to numerous arrests in burglaries and robberies. Ms. Udell obtained the level of Certified Law Enforcement Analyst (CLEA) from the IACA in 2012.
Throughout her career and in graduate school Ms. Udell focused on criminal investigative analysis and behavioral evidence analysis. Specifically, what can be deducted about an offender's personality and characteristics by the forensic and behavioral evidence left behind at the crime scene. Ms. Udell has a strong interest in predicting criminal behavior by analyzing crime patterns, series, and trends.
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