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I have conducted interviews with serial killers where I've felt that had this person been raised in the right environment, they wouldn't have turned out the way they did. However, I don't excuse behavior once they have perpetrated a violent crime. I know from my research that they basically have no remorse for what they have done, that they do know right from wrong, and that at the time that they...
Joined the FBI in 1970 and for six years worked in Detroit. In 1976 he transferred to the FBI's Behavioral Sciences Unit, where he studied applied criminal psychology at the FBI Academy. He earned a Ph.D. in psychology. Later, Douglas taught a course in criminal psychology for police officers throughout the U.S.