Table of contents for Into the minds of madmen : how the FBI's Behavioral Science Unit revolutionized crime investigation / Don DeNevi and John H. Campbell.

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The Co-Authors
A Few Words from a Co-Author
The Co-Authors
John E. Otto, Acting Director of the FBI and
Associate Deputy Director-Investigations (Retired)
Stephen Band, Unit Chief, Behavioral Science Unit
Chapter One: Mindset of A Murderer
Chapter Two: The Predecessors The Phenomenon of Serial. Murder
Chapter Three: Super-Sleuths or Crazy Caballeros?
Chapter Four: Pioneering Criminal Profiling
Chapter Five: "Sir, we don't have spit."
Chapter Six: 	Nine In Search of Killing Enigmas
Profiles of Howard Teten, Pat Mullaney,
Larry Monroe, Richard Ault, Roger Depue,
Russell Vorpagel, Robert "Roy" Flazeiwood,
Robert K. Ressler, John Douglas
Chapter Seven: Spawning a Nationwide System
to Track Serial Killers
Chapter Eight: "VICAP? Why, we're the farthest planet out there!"
Chapter Nine: The National Council for the
Analysis of Violent Crime is Born
Chapter Ten: Two Sexualities Fatalities, One UNABOMBER,
and a Beautiful Battleship Named Iowa
Automated Crime Profiling
A Mistake in Profiling the UNABOMBER
The USS Iowa Debacle
The USS Iowa Debacle
Chapter 11: 	"Helping Hands:" The Backbone of the BSU 
The BSU and Police Psychology 
The Tieman 
The Next in Line 
Not the End But the 
Beginning Replacing an Icon
Chapter 12: 	Rider's Reign 
The Firesetter: A Psychological Profile 
Selected as Unit Chief 
Earl E. Pitts; The Spy in the Cellar
Selection of Steve Band as the New Unit Chief of the BSU 
The Real Challenge; Reengineering 
The BSU Retirement and Replacement
Chapter 13: 	The Present and the Future The Future

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication: United States, Federal Bureau of Investigation, Behavioral Science Unit History, Criminal profilers United States, Criminal behavior, Prediction of United States, Criminal investigation Psychological aspects, Murder Investigation United States Case studies