There’s a new pack in town.
Often the special investigations unit of the FBI deals with crimes that have clear prime suspects, but no physical evidence to link them to the offenses. Old school methods of investigation have proven fruitless. That’s where Dr. Susan Hunt and her team of criminal forensic psychologists come in, using their innovative training to get that one piece of evidence the FBI needs to break a case wide open. A new approach to solving crime, it’s both highly controversial and highly effective.
The team – Sydney, Maddie, and Lena – are Dr. Hunt’s top Ph.D. candidates and specialists in the experimental field of Neuropsychology, the study of how brain function affects cognitive behavior. Dr. Hunt has dedicated her life’s work to researching this area, with a focus on behavior that leads to violent criminal acts. She and her team believe that if you find out why a crime was committed, that will lead you to who did it. For the first time, their groundbreaking methods are about to be considered as important as the evidence that leads to prosecution, not just professional opinions at a trial.