Last updated 10th August, 2018
About Crime Traveller: Researching Crime & The Criminal Mind
Crime Traveller aims to be educational and informative while providing engaging reads on a wide range of topics. Readership now includes students, academics, teachers, writers and true crime fans at over 1.3 million page views and almost 500’000 visitors to date. With two free email newsletters every month for Criminal Psychology, Research and True Crime and True Crime Books and Reviews, it’s easy to ensure you stay up to date and never miss a post.
Browse Crime Traveller:
- An online resource for the scientific research into crime, criminal behavior, the criminal mind and the psychology of murder, and criminal justice.
- An informative resource on criminal cases, true crime stories, crimes from history and some of the key groups of criminals and types of crime, including serial murder and family violence and homicide.
- Analytical articles discussing the pressing issues in these fields such as the criminal justice system, juvenile crime, neurocriminology and criminal profiling.
- A revealing look at true crime literature with in-depth reviews of books in the true crime genre, from real crime stories and historical crime to policing, forensic science and criminal psychology. If you are an author or publisher and are interested in getting your true crime book reviewed on the website, please visit the Book Review Request page for more information.
Crime Traveller’s Editor
Fiona Guy is a UK based criminal psychology writer and researcher with a particular focus on the dark side of human nature.
With both Bachelors and Masters degrees, Fiona has studied psychology for over a decade and has spent a number of years working within scientific research and in the management of substance misuse and mental health services. You can contact Fiona through the Crime Traveller Contact Page.
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